The final dresses, in fuchsia with embroidery, appliqué, layering and all manner of technical wizardry were a Cinderella dream.
Tisci experimented with layering, mixing sheer, knee-length slips with fluted mini-skirts and cropped jackets.
Cooper took it all in stride, scuttling off-stage and layering back up with coat and gloves.
“When I was writing, I was layering over the Carver story,” Englander said.
Another key theme was layering—such as textured miniskirts over longer, narrow skirts—and suede or tutus over layers.
The best season for layering is the summer, from the end of June to the end of August; and, for some varieties, even later.
They can be propagated by layering, which is rather a slow method, or rapidly by seed.
This operation is variously known as “summer,” "herbaceous," “green” and “soft” layering.
They then resorted to grafting and layering, with much better success.
The varieties may be propagated by cuttings, or by layering; but they root, by both modes, with great difficulty.
late 14c., "one who or that lays" (especially stones, "a mason"), agent noun from lay (v.). Passive sense of "that which is laid over a surface" first recorded 1610s, but because earliest English use was in cookery, this is perhaps from French liue "binding," used of a thickened sauce. Layer cake attested from 1881.
1832, from layer (n.). Related: Layered; layering.
layer lay·er (lā'ər)
A single thickness of a material covering a surface or forming an overlying part or segment. v. lay·ered, lay·er·ing, lay·ers
To divide or form into layers.