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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She began work when she was around 15 as a window dresser in a haberdashery.
Jean was a window dresser there, while I worked as a sales assistant and we became friends.
Sloan Van Doren is a driven young woman determined to become the next window dresser at McGuire's department store.
In a poignant tribute issued by her family yesterday evening, 21-yearold window dresser Miss Morgan was described as a "beautiful daughter, sister, granddaughter and auntie".
The bodies of window dresser Ms Morgan, of Llandaff North, and shop assistant Mr Simmons, of Grangetown, were discovered at 5.
Detectives believe window dresser Zoe was stabbed first, then brave Lee as he tried to defend his girlfriend.
IT was the long, hot summer of 1976 when Christine Bray swapped work as a window dresser to pull pints at New Mill Club.
The role - which is also known as window dresser or display designer - involves coming up with eyecatching displays and strategies to help drive sales.
By coincidence, Stan was also a noted window dresser - of meat - a skill that required him to visit other branches such as Whitby and Bishop Auckland to demonstrate the art to others.
The 81-year-old designer, who once worked as a window dresser and now has a global fashion empire, used mauve throughout the collection, coloring light jackets, shorts, pants, dresses and evening gowns.
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.