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Velvet is a particular kind of soft fabric.
Velvet may also refer to:
- Velvet (singer) (born 1975), Swedish singer
- Velvet (Wink album), 1990
- Velvet (EP), a 1992 cassette EP by the Toadies
- "Velvet" (Savoy song), covered by A-ha
- Velvet, a song by Fergie from The Dutchess
- Velvet, a song by Alice Nine
- "Velvet", a 2009 song by The Big Pink
- Velvet, a song by Miss Kittin from On the Road
- Velvet, a comic book series by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting
- Velvet assembler, a set of algorithms for genomic sequence assembly
- Velvet (fish disease), a common disease of tropical aquarium fish
- Velvet (plant), several plants in the Verbascum genus, especially V. thapsus
- Velvet (antler covering), the soft skin that covers a deer's antlers as they develop
- Velvet (TV channel), a women-targeted general entertainment channel
- Velvet (bus company) based in Eastleigh, near Southampton, in England
- Velvet, one of the five main characters of Odin Sphere
- Velvet (dog), a dog who saved three mountain climbers on Mount Hood, Oregon
- Velveting, a Chinese cooking technique
- Velvet, a pornographic magazine
- Velvet Peanut Butter, a brand of peanut butter sold mainly in the Great Lakes region of the United States.
- Velvet (TV series), spanish TV series
- The Velvets, a doo-wop group
- Velvet Revolution, the nonviolent overthrow of the communist government in Czechoslovakia in 1989
- Velvet Divorce, the dissolution of Czechoslovakia into the nations of Slovakia and the Czech Republic on January 1, 1993
- Velvet Sky, stage name of American professional wrestler Jamie Szantyr
- Velvet Film, a Germany-based film production company founded by Haitian filmmaker Raoul Peck in 1986
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