VOGUE of PORTMANTEAU

Portmanteau. The word evokes an image from ancient times, a romantic relic from the mists of time. A traveler holding one of these trunks, which opens in two halves, shrouded in the fog of the locomotive on the platform. 

The exotic word is derived from the French porte, the imperative porter ("carry") and manteau ("cloak").

To love vogue in the form of naturalness and beauty, the quality and artistry of ideas and craft. In the current sense, in terms of practicality, timelessness and quality, it mean the number that you can pack into 2-3 suitcases for the season. Is it possible ladies, can we do it...?             
                                                 A Natural Woman       

A portmanteau is a large suitcase. The word comes from French porter "carry" and manteau "mantle, or cloak" — so it's what you carry your clothes in.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

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