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A/W

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Definition of A/W in English:

abbreviation

British
Autumn/winter (denoting or relating to fashion designed for the autumn and winter seasons of a particular year): his A/W 2013 womenswear collection was hailed a resounding success make sure you’re on board with the A/W must-have—a trouser suit
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  • The A/W colours are ideal for those searching for effortless style.
  • Man-made or real fur was everywhere on the catwalks for A/W.
  • Following Stella McCartney's collection, Phoebe Philo's A/W 2005-6 for Chloe was equally spectacular.

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