Definition of diffusion line in English:

diffusion line

Line breaks: dif|fu¦sion line
(also diffusion range)


A range of relatively inexpensive ready-to-wear garments produced for the mass market by a fashion designer.
More example sentences
  • The early ones are the diffusion line to the haute couture of commemoration, and like the colleges they are held in are smaller and cheaper.
  • With the diffusion range, also stocked there, the commercial connection is obvious.
  • A diffusion line is a means whereby a fashion designer can expand the market for garments of his design.

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