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  • n. Plural form of couturier.

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Examples

  • The costumes were donated by illustrious couturiers of the era, including Hubert de Givenchy and Christian Dior, and the affair was attended by, in Morath's words, "some of the most distinguished names in Europe," from the Countess d'Paris to Charlie Chaplin.

    Alexandra Marvar: Esopus Survives 17 Issues (and Counting) with Due Fanfare

  • Three books on three couturiers who rank among the greatest America has produced

    Designers’ Designers

  • History has unfortunately immortalized Lady Duff-Gordon as the cold, imperious woman who, with her husband, Sir Cosmo, commandeered a lifeboat to themselves during the sinking of the Titanic, completely ignoring her position in history as one of the first couturiers and an indomitable, albeit flawe [...]

    2009 July | Edwardian Promenade

  • Though the color had long been associated with mourning, Edwardian couturiers, in quest of anything new and innovative, lately snatched upon the notion of wearing black in sumptuous day and evening wear.

    The Little Black Dress | Edwardian Promenade

  • To save face against the backlash, many Parisian couturiers began to characterize the trend as “American”!

    The Hobble Skirt | Edwardian Promenade

  • History has unfortunately immortalized Lady Duff-Gordon as the cold, imperious woman who, with her husband, Sir Cosmo, commandeered a lifeboat to themselves during the sinking of the Titanic, completely ignoring her position in history as one of the first couturiers and an indomitable, albeit flawed woman, who began her own business to provide an income for herself and her young daughter after a divorce.

    The IT Girl: Lady Duff Gordon | Edwardian Promenade

  • Though the color had long been associated with mourning, Edwardian couturiers, in quest of anything new and innovative, lately [...]

    2010 April | Edwardian Promenade

  • Yet younger couturiers haven't forgotten elder blue-bloods and heiresses.

    Couture Awakens to Dreamy Looks

  • It was no longer time for women to change themselves according to the whims of designers and couturiers.

    Beth Arnold: Letter from Paris presents...Paris Fashion Report

  • Fawned over by couturiers, Millicent asked them to alter designs, and they did not resent or resist her suggestions.

    She Wore It Well

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