Definition of atelier
1 : an artist's or designer's studio or workroom
2 : workshop
Recent Examples of atelier from the Web
For Céline's orders, the houses send teams to Nevada typically for three fittings, before the garments are ultimately finished in her local, private atelier.
For Spring 2018, Van Assche turned to the talents of the ateliers at Dior for inspiration, and the iconography associated with them (the 3, Rue de Marignan address, the house's black ribbons).
The show’s decor — large image boards on stands — evoked a fashion atelier, bringing home this idea of the unfinished design.
His little piece of the countryside is both atelier space and a playground for inspiration.
From its atelier on Lincoln Boulevard in Venice, California, No.One's designer Mark Gainor is putting his own stamp on how–and where–shoes should be made.
IN THE HISTORIC Louis Vuitton atelier in the commune of Asnières-sur-Seine, next to an elegant 19th-century villa filled with Art Nouveau antiques, a longhaired man with a skull ring and a scorpion tattoo is hard at work.
Watch below as the Dior atelier creates a one-of-a-kind gown and matching coat for everyone's favorite bad gal.
Each Finn mirror is handmade from layered acrylic resin by artist Paula Giecco in her atelier in Buenos Aires.
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Origin and Etymology of atelier
French, from Middle French astelier woodpile, from astele splinter, from Late Latin astella, diminutive of Latin astula
First Known Use: 1699See Words from the same year
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: a room where an artist works
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