- n. Plural form of costumier.
“He was certainly one of the most brilliant costumiers of our time.”
“A stint at theatrical costumiers Angels and Bermans planted the seed for dramatic fashion shows later in his career.”
“Hitch it is also the top concerntraton of costumiers to the sex industry having no less than five purveyors of kinky boots and other acoutrements of the trade.”
“* Invitations to fancy dress parties and free use of a costumiers.”
“A sticker for details and perfection, he maintained that Nigeria is yet to have a music industry in the proper sense of it because "an industry consists of various specialists that include singers, song writers, arrangers, managers, costumiers, and stage designers".”
“Here is a fun site showing vintage patterns which you can buy, presumably for theatrical costumiers, and the like.”
“I turned about, no longer aimless, and went — circuitously in order to avoid the busy ways, towards the back streets north of the Strand; for I remembered, though not very distinctly where, that some theatrical costumiers had shops in that district.”
“That the bohemians knew how to throw a party was widely known, and word of a night of excess had spread to the outer stands of the city, passing on the lips of cabdrivers and costumiers and tobacconists, all of whom stood to gain from the pomp of the dandies.”
“Theatrical costumiers know that a powdered wig so dis-guises a person as to make him unrecognisable.”
“Expecting a gilded dome and a minaret, Mundy is startled to find himself in a tiled room on an upper floor of a down-at-heel house sandwiched between bridal costumiers, halal shops and stores selling used electrical goods.”
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