What is another word for costumier?

Pronunciation: [kˈɒstəmɪə] (IPA)

Costumier is a term that typically refers to someone who designs and creates costumes for theatrical productions, films, and other forms of entertainment. However, there are a variety of other terms and synonyms that can be used in place of costumier. These include costume designer, wardrobe stylist, costume maker, clothier, tailor, seamstress, and fashion designer. Each term has its own nuances and connotations, depending on the specific context and industry. Regardless of the title, these are all individuals who possess a keen eye for aesthetics and a talent for bringing characters and stories to life through the medium of clothing.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Costumier

Mrs. Ess Kay telegraphed to a costumier, who was also an artist.
Lowell, Orson
Her gowns had not only style, which might be due to the costumier, but also effect, which is entirely personal.
"Swirling Waters"
Max Rittenberg
Men in well-worn velveteens and felt billycocks, hobnobbed with men in the gaudiest uniforms ever evolved by the theatrical costumier.
"The Dop Doctor"
Clotilde Inez Mary Graves

Famous quotes with Costumier

  • Both have spoken and written a great deal in the last thirty-odd years; neither possesses what one could call a , though each has a distinct idiom: that of Mr Wells being more like a durable boiler suit, and that of Mr. Churchill more like a court dress of rather tarnished grandeur from a theatrical costumier's.
    H. G. Wells

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