There were flirty dresses, oversized neoprene sweatshirts and tunics, and leather jackets.
But with fur backpacks and leather skirts, the collection simply lacked vision.
She sits polished in a hip yet age-appropriate (age-defying, really, for 76 ) leather jacket, and hoop earrings.
Whitcomb is a chain-smoker who sports a leather jacket, listens to punk rock, and is the recipient of a heart transplant.
In a series of private appointments on Sunday, Tom Ford quietly showed a collection filled with fur, leather, and snakeskin.
Inside his shirt there bulged a heavy 45 slung from a leather breast-holster.
He felt for his leather wallet and handed Bruce the clipping.
Think where that steer was raised, and where the leather was tanned.
In leather loops on the door he found saw, ax, chisel, and hammer.
They are done on leather prepared with gypsum and nailed to the wooden ceiling.
Old English leðer (in compounds only) "hide, skin, leather," from Proto-Germanic *lethran (cf. Old Norse leðr, Old Frisian lether, Old Saxon lethar, Middle Dutch, Dutch leder, Old High German ledar, German leder), from PIE *letro- "leather" (cf. Old Irish lethar, Welsh lledr, Breton lezr). As an adjective from early 14c.; it acquired a secondary sense of "sado-masochistic" 1980s, having achieved that status in homosexual jargon in the 1970s.
: jokes about the heroine's harmless male roommate, leather men, etc/becomes part of the leather-bar homosexual underworld/the sex clubs and leather bars of the gay ghetto
a girdle of, worn by Elijah (2 Kings 1:8) and John the Baptist (Matt. 3:4). Leather was employed both for clothing (Num. 31:20; Heb. 11:37) and for writing upon. The trade of a tanner is mentioned (Acts 9:43; 10:6, 32). It was probably learned in Egypt.