Definition of lookbook in English:

lookbook

Line breaks: look|book
Pronunciation: /ˈlʊkbʊk
 
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noun

  • A set of photographs displaying a fashion designer’s new collection, assembled for marketing purposes.
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    • Visit us for journalists on the fashion glossies, Fashion Week, showroom visits, designer look books and Style.com.
    • Some of us love to idle through designer look books and pre-order all that they desire for the upcoming season to fill their closets with the latest and the greatest.
    • Harper's Bazaar web editor Ana Almeida has updated the site with a bunch of "Models off duty" pics worth copy-and-pasting into your look book for summer.

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