Conquer new worlds, and remember--white is your color, and Paquin your one modiste
Ah, but you see some of these sensible inventions come from the brain of a fashionable modiste
, who will make you more lovely, or what you value more 'stylish' outside and comfortable within.
But when the brief solace afforded them by the modiste
and dressmaker was past, there seemed little else to be gained.
As Garland noted, before long the modiste
from the provinces was being called the ministre de la mode and earning more than a secretary of state.
He related that he was shown two proofs of Chez la modiste
and was displeased with the results.
pretend their clothes came from a fashionable modiste
but I always said, 'Oh, this a little something Mammy ran up for me.
Gheorghe Asachi a su traiter aussi, dans ses poemes, le type de la femme moderne, coquette, << la femme modiste
>>--dans le poeme Femeia la moda (La femme a la mode).
Everything I put into a sketch of a costume can be duplicated in materials by the modiste
Carleton, Behind the Scenes is attributed to "Elizabeth Keckley, formerly a slave, but more recently a modiste
, and friend to Mrs.
Keckley's rise to notoriety" is already embedded in the authorial information on the front page of her book: "Formerly a Slave, but More Recently Modiste
, and Friend to Mrs.
II se mit a compter sur ses doigts avec un plaisir d'enfant: cuisiniere, modiste
, repasseuse, couturiere, tailleur, menagere, jardiniere, [.
They prefer to parade the skill of their modiste
by some dainty but high-cut bodice or pretty blouse.