corsetier


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corsetier

(ˌkɔːsɪˈtɪə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man who makes and fits corsets
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Big pants make women feel confident about themselves," says burlesque dancer and corsetier, Kitty Stojanovic from Pontypridd.
I learned to fit (bras) from an old corsetier, and I also learned about prostheses, because Lipman's did that, too," she said.
Wendy trained as a corsetier with Allders in Croydon 15 years ago and lost her 56-year-old mum Jeanette Lock to breast cancer 18 months ago.
Beautiful leggy supermodel Naomi Campbell is the first to have worn the dazzling pounds 30,000 item by eccentric South African corsetier Mr.
Kylie's rather fab-looking, jewel-encrusted John Galliano show-girl number is made by the deeply singular master corsetier, Mr Pearl.
Kylie had the corset made for her by South African corsetier Mr Pearl, a renowned eccentric who claims to have 'trained' his own waist down to 18 inches.
show nights of catwalk lasting at least two hours and featuring French Connection, Tucci and John Lewis as well as Joseph, corsetier Lyall Hakaraie, shirt makers Thomas Pink and local retailers Serenity and Persona.
The corset was made by corsetier Mr Pearl, who says he has 'trained' his own waist down to 18 inches
Leading corsetier June Fenton, whose West End shop Rigby and Peller has the royal warrant and makes corsets for the Queen and the Queen Mother, offers the following advice: Look in your partner's underwear drawer and check the labels for the right size.
The curves that caught Beckham's eyes will be set off by an elegant bodice with an 18-inch waistline designed separately by corsetier Mr Pearl, whose exquisite works have been commissioned by leading designers John Galliano and Thierry Mugler.
Any semi-rural hotel is likely to be awash with girls dressed as Lounge Lily and her Can-Can Corsetiers attended by men in frock coats.