Definition of clothier
: one who makes or sells clothing
Recent Examples of clothier from the Web
Very suitable Van Gundy’s involvement with the suit drive comes from the NBA Coaches Association’s relationship with clothier Joseph Abboud.
Hanf, owner of Johnson Drive clothier Mission Fresh Fashion, said the mall’s customers would spill westward to small businesses along Mission’s main commercial strip.
Its assets include women's clothiers Talbot, Coldwater Creek and The Limited.
Connecticut Custom Clothing, formerly known as Dressed to the Nines, opened in 1916 as a custom clothier and tailor.
Those original uniforms, created by North Carolina clothier Alexander Julian for the 1988-89 season, were iconic.
The museum collaborated with Japangeles on a snapback hat bearing the clothier’s script logo, while Chado Tea Room crafted custom blends, each inspired by different generations of Japanese Americans.
The clothier Alexander Julian once quipped that imitation is the sincerest form of aggravation.
Clothiers including American Apparel, Bebe and BCBG Max Azria have filed for bankruptcy.
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Origin and Etymology of clothier
Middle English, alteration of clother, from cloth
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of clothier for English Language Learners
: a person or business that makes or sells clothing
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