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Couturier

A couturier (French: ) is an establishment or person involved in the clothing fashion industry who makes original garments to order for private clients. A couturier may make what is known as haute couture.[1] Such a person usually hires patternmakers and machinists for garment production, and is either employed by exclusive boutiques or is self-employed.

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  1. ^ "Merriam-Webster". 


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