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cos·tum·i·er

 (kŏ-sto͞o′mē-ər, -styo͞o′-, kôs′to͞om-yā′)
n.
One that makes or supplies costumes; a costumer.

[French, from costume, costume; see costume.]
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costumier

(kɒˈstjuːmɪə) or

costumer

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a person or firm that makes or supplies theatrical or fancy costumes
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.costumier - someone who designs or supplies costumes (as for a play or masquerade)costumier - someone who designs or supplies costumes (as for a play or masquerade)
clothes designer, couturier, fashion designer, designer - someone who designs clothing
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Translations

costumier

[kɒsˈtjuːmɪəʳ] costumer (esp US) [kɒsˈtjuːməʳ] Nsastre m de teatro
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costumier

[kɒˈstjuːmiər] n (mainly British)costumier/ère m/f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

costumier

, (US) costumer
n
(= theatrical costumier)Kostümverleih m
(form, = dressmaker) → Schneider(in) m(f)
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References in classic literature ?
It was a figure that might have appealed more to the sculptor than to the costumier. Her hair, brown and abundant, was plainly done, her face was very pale, and her features were good without being distinguished.
"I've got Florian's address here, and he knows every costumier in London.
And any disguise you may think of, that too I could procure from a costumier, a Jew I know.
Parkson's, the well-known theatrical costumiers, and it was addressed to "--(the debatable initial) Cavendish, Esq., Styles Court, Styles St.
The world of Wontingers appears to be a long way from the glamour of Star Wars or the celebrity of the Jim Henson Creature Shop, where Tahra worked for a long spell, but the costumier says every previous role she has worked on has fed into In The Night Garden.
That arrogance is She is so arrogant, she picks outfits to get noticed CHARLOTTE MITCHELL KILLING EVE COSTUMIER fantastic - and it's what I stick with when I'm designing Villanelle.
A costumier, puppet and animatronics expert whose career spans the blockbuster Harry Potter and Star Wars films, Zafar even worked with The Queen on her first (and only) acting role, as she was head of costumes at the 2012 London Olympics and Elizabeth II starred in the opening ceremony.
On one occasion, it is said, the veteran broadcaster Joan Bakewell was reduced to going to a theatrical costumier to seek out something suitable which might resemble the official attire.
Hoot Owl's costume is by Kay Wilton, head costumier at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, props are by Taylor and Foley, puppets made by Craig Denston and the original score is arranged by Mark Rowson of multi-instrumental duo, Andante who managed to record the tracks in between various dates touring with the great Ken Dodd who donated a tickling stick for ticklesome use within the show.
The movie giant eventually gave the contract to a large London costumier. But they had kept the phone number and Williams and Gill later received a call for supplies of shirts for a Harry Potter film and re-ordered each time a new movie was made.
His sister had been in Dublin during the 1777-78 season; possibly he had accompanied her and made contacts there while still trying to establish himself as a costumier.
Filipino designer, costumier and wearable art creator, Pipoy Bernado, took inspiration from nature, interpreting traditional Filipiniana dress in terms of foliage, flora and the environment.