• Otherwise, he looked the way he always did, same chinos, same shiny-elbowed corduroy jacket.

    NEWYORKER: Great Experiment

  • Beer stains on the dark-green corduroy, which her mother would detect, if she sniffed at them.


  • But the curious abroad should come to China's slopes to find customers, not corduroy snow or caffe latte.

    FORBES: All uphill from here

  • Carla Devade appears, wearing tight corduroy trousers, flat shoes, and a disconsolate smile on her pretty Mediterranean face.

    NEWYORKER: Labyrinth

  • For years, two questions have nagged me: Why would anyone want to buy a pair of corduroy pants?

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • There was much of both to enjoy: shawl collars, suits and cable-knit sweaters in wool, twill, suede, and corduroy.

    FORBES: Perry Ellis: Texture for the Country Gentleman

  • Lindland is the founder of Betabrand, an online retailer that specializes in clothes such as corduroy pants, reversible smoking jackets and disco pants.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • One PC is attached to a mouse that skids frictionless across a picture of an ice cube before rumbling velvet over a swath of corduroy.

    FORBES: Desktop fingerprints

  • Wearing a baggy, navy corduroy suit brightened by a turquoise Little Bear tie, Hirsh, 51, is holding court in his cinder-block-walled office in a former munitions factory in Toronto.

    FORBES: Toon in

  • Lees group, which encompasses firms that make everything from custom bikes to hipster-friendly horizontal-corduroy pants, has also seen a surge to 325 members from nothing two years ago.

    FORBES: Made In Silicon Valley

  • At the Phillips de Pury auction house during a recent auction preview, dapper worldwide photo curator Philippe Garner straightened Mattis' disheveled leather jacket and beige corduroy shirt.

    FORBES: Red Eye

  • Now they looked like skeletons dressed in corduroy and loafers.

    NPR: Chapter 1

  • When I met him earlier this year at his office, on the outskirts of Westport, Connecticut, he was wearing an open-necked blue shirt, gray corduroy pants, and black leather boots.

    NEWYORKER: Mastering the Machine

  • The square of his wallet had worn away the corduroy from one of the back pockets, as if he often wore these pants, and always with the wallet in that place.

    NEWYORKER: Found Objects

  • Around his tiny shop in various stages of completion hang hunting jackets in corduroy and moleskin, a tweed sport coat or two, and at least one sleek pair of knickerbockers with deer-bone cuff buttons.

    FORBES: The Other Tuscany

  • As we took a mellow run down some beautiful corduroy groomer on a bluebird day, I watched Stein, who has a uniquely classic form, swishing his hips side to side and perfect rhythm.

    FORBES: Three Things I Learned Working For Mitt Romney

  • Dressed in a tan corduroy jacket—Elena was convinced that it was warm in New York—he struggled to fill out the customs forms for the nine thousand dollars in cash he was bringing with him.

    NEWYORKER: Roulette Russian

  • But man, back then I was convinced I was the only kid who was screwed up enough to be drawing pictures and playing Tiddly Winks with a nimrod who had elbow patches on his corduroy sport coat.

    FORBES: Can Shame Survive In World Without Privacy?

  • He arrived early in his brown corduroy coat with a book taken from the library, copied all its pages on the Xerox machine, and sat at his desk reading what looked to passersby like the honest pages of business.

    NPR: Excerpt: 'Then We Came to the End'

  • Regardless of where we go in life after wearing the blue and gold, those of us who wore that corduroy jacket have been bonded by agriculture, inspired to make a difference, and cultivated into the next generation of leaders.

    WHITEHOUSE: The Value of Agricultural Education

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