couturier


WORD OF THE DAY
Couturier
koo-TOOR-ee-ey
Part of speech: nounOrigin: French, late 19th century
1A fashion designer who manufactures and sells clothes that have been tailored to a client’s specific requirements and measurements.
 
Examples of Couturier in a sentence “The top couturiers will all be showing at Fashion Week.” “He worked in a dry cleaner doing alterations, but his dream was to be a couturier.”

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