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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.]

costumier

(kɒˈstjuːmɪə) or

costumer

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a person or firm that makes or supplies theatrical or fancy costumes
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
Translations

costumier

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

costumier

[kɒˈstjuːmiər] n (mainly British)costumier/ère m/f

costumier

, (US) costumer
n
(= theatrical costumier)Kostümverleih m
(form, = dressmaker) → Schneider(in) m(f)
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Parkson's, the well-known theatrical costumiers, and it was addressed to "--(the debatable initial) Cavendish, Esq.
Dressed by Angels, Old Truman Brewery, London (Till January 3, 2016) Family firm Angels Costumiers have been dressing the stars of stage and screen for over 175 years and now they've opened the closet doors.
To recognize the artistry of costume design, renowned costumiers Cosprop, Ltd.
The intricate, jewelled tunic, together with harem pants and head-dress, made by J Birkinshaw & Sons, theatrical costumiers of Colquitt Street, was worn at a grand event on board the famous Cunard transatlantic liner.
La preuve, tout ce qu'hommes et femmes de ce theatre (chichement recompenses, dans un environnement inoui d'ingratitude) ont pu offrir comme plateforme incubatrice de textes - originaux ou d'adaptations - de talents d'auteurs, de metteurs en scene, de comediens, de costumiers, de scenographes, de decorateurs, a notre television, des sa naissance (en noir et blanc) en 1961/62 justement, moment de la glorification de cette expression artistique par le systeme onusien
This is Belfast's Beat Carnival where months of work has gone into bringing St Patrick to life thanks to a small, dedicated team of designers and costumiers.
I went to London to a famous costumiers and costumiers and the dress was a fish the dress was a fish and the hat was and the hat was a cup and saucer.
Au total, ce sont 400 artistes (musiciens, chanteurs, comediens et choregraphes), en plus des techniciens, costumiers, menuisiers et autres artisans unis autour de [beaucoup moins que] Malhamat El Djazair [beaucoup plus grand que].
Costumes are hired from Footlights Costumiers of Tonyrefail.
She worked at a costumiers, making beards for actors at Birmingham Rep.
FLEDGLING costumiers are to mark the centenary of The Great War with an exhibition of military costumes.