What is catwalk?

  • (noun): Narrow platform.
    Example: "Models displayed clothes on a catwalk at the fashion show"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on catwalk:

Perou - Modelling
... 1995 Catwalk Comme des Garçons ... Paris 1996 Catwalk Sonja Nuttall ... London 1999 Cyclefly album cover Generation Sap 2000 Catwalk Evisu ...
Slip Point Light - History
... the lighthouse proper and situated on the other side of the point a long catwalk connected the two ... old house was replaced by a skeleton tower sheathed in white panels the catwalk remained, as the light was not automated until 1977 ... concrete footings which once supported the catwalk ...
Catwalk (theater) - Safety
... Since a catwalk is usually placed high above the floor, spaces where lighting instruments can go are usually chained or otherwise blocked off when a light is not ... to themselves before going onto the catwalk, so that such objects cannot fall and possibly injure someone or damage something ... where they cannot be retrieved, such as between the catwalk floor and the ceiling, or into an HVAC vent ...
Catwalk Production House
... Catwalk Production House (Catwalk) (Chinese 凱渥模特兒經紀公司) is a modeling agency founded in Taipei, Taiwan in 1970 by Taiwanese fashion "icon" Ivan Hong (洪偉明) ... Catwalk today manages over 300 models celebrities, making it one of the biggest modeling agencies in the region ...
Loui Batley - Career - Modelling
... Year Type Designers 2007 Catwalk Nolita ? Catwalk Pimlico ? Catwalk Oska ? Catwalk Woom Xoom ? Catwalk Shirin Guild ...

More definitions of "catwalk":

  • (noun): Narrow pathway high in the air (as above a stage or between parts of a building or along a bridge).

Famous quotes containing the word catwalk:

    Fashion is primitive in its insistence on exhibitionism, which withers in isolation. The catwalk fashion show with its incandescent hype is its apotheosis. A ritualized gathering of connoiseurs and the spoilt at a spotlit parade of snazzy pulchritude, it is an industrialized version of the pagan festivals of renewal. At the end of each seasonal display, a priesthood is enjoined to carry news of the omens to the masses.
    Stephen Bayley (b. 1951)