The spring collection was intended to expound on the female body, sensuality and skin--but not nudity.
I was going to expound on this today, but Josh Barro's got it covered.
Why, in an otherwise tough interview, he didn't ask Netanyahu to expound the distinction is beyond me.
c.1300, from Old French espondre "expound (on), set forth, explain," from Latin exponere "put forth, explain, expose, exhibit," from ex- "forth" (see ex-) + ponere "to put, place" (see position); with intrusive -d (cf. sound (n.1)). The usual Middle English form was expoune. Related: Expounded; expounding.