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  • noun Plural form of atelier.

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Examples

  • The exhibitions will be presented at the various places where the participating artists live and work, in locations such as ateliers, galleries, churches, public spaces and shopping malls, in order to touch a wide range of people.

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  • Eight years ago, at a moment when the traditional skills of haute couture seemed in very real danger of dying out after mechanisation and mass production had decimated the labour-intensive arts which once flourished in fashion, Chanel bought five specialist 'ateliers' to ensure their survival.

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  • This street anchors the "zona Tortona," a neighborhood of converted warehouses where many designers keep their ateliers.

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  • Compared with some of Europe's sun-flooded auto ateliers, D-Ham looks less industrial than correctional.

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  • From the stationery ateliers of San Francisco to bespoke boutiques in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, orders are reportedly pouring in.

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  • That multicultural mix is evident citywide, but nowhere more so than in Woodstock, where Victorian-era warehouses have been transformed into photo studios and fashion ateliers, contemporary art galleries and sustainable fine-dining canteens.

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  • Artists would wish to take in addition a two-week course in iconography and a two-week course in academic drawing, as taught in the ateliers of Florence.

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  • In fact, nearly all of the pieces in Chanel's pre-fall show qualify as demi-couture, since the collection—called Metier D'Arts—employs the traditional, highly specialized ateliers that the house bought in 2002 Massaro for shoes, Michel for hats, Lesage for embroidery, Lemarie for feathers, Goossen for jewelry, Guillet for fabric flowers and Desrues for ornamentation.

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  • "Between all the designer collaborations and everything that's going on, we need to give people a reason to buy," said Mr. Wu who started using Parisian ateliers like Lemarié and Lesage, and lace mill Sophie Hallette, a few seasons ago.

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  • But the customers who have the time to fly to Paris to sit through shows, lunch at Maxim's and visit designer ateliers for multiple fittings are few and far between these days.

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