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precollection (plural precollections)
- A fashion collection made available shortly before the usual season for such garments.
2008 March 6, Guy Trebay, “Fashion Sees Its Shadow”, in New York Times:
- “The demands on everyone are constantly growing,” Mr. Gaubert said, referring not just to the twice-yearly ready-to-wear collections, but also to the couture presentations some labels produce, as well as precollections and resort collections and — ka-ching!