window dresser


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Noun1.window dresser - someone who decorates shop windowswindow dresser - someone who decorates shop windows  
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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window dresser

n (Comm) → vetrinista m/f
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Frontman and part-time window dresser Philip Franz Jones had previously been in popular city band The Next, a group inspired by early Genesis and Jethro Tull.
The silkscreen-over-photograph work depicts a Venezuelan window dresser named Victor Hugo, who became Halston's lover in 1972 and later worked as Warhol's assistant.
Richard later became a window dresser with a display company before setting up KD Decoratives in 1977.
I was a window dresser for Thomas Hunter wool shop for 23 years.
Mr Bansal told OT: "Our widow displays are changed every four-to-six weeks and we employ a professional window dresser.
Graduating from Girls Trade, Ruth had many jobs here in Worcester; a window dresser for F.
Taylor's movie roles included a flamboyant window dresser in the 1987 comedy-romance ''Mannequin'' as well as ''Damien: Omen II.
I was the junior window dresser, having decided NEVER to work in an office.
His interest in entertaining was sparked when he went to live with his grandmother who regularly took him to Croydon's Empire Theatre, but took jobs as a messenger for an advertising agency, a window dresser and a commercial artist.
25pm) | A window dresser falls for an Ancient Egyptian princess reincarnated in the form of a department store dummy which comes to life at night.
A window dresser falls for a department store dummy that comes to life at night 1987 hh Loch Ness (Channel 5, 5.
She started as a shop assistant and trainee buyer but really wanted to be a window dresser.