The chambre Syndicale de La Couture was first developed by the British couturier Charles Frederick Worth and his sons in 1868.
Its name may sound dreary, but the chambre du Commerce is considered a classical gem, dating back to 1878.
Hourani credits Grumbach for his foray into the haute couture world, first asking him to become an invited member of the chambre.
This afternoon we have been again to the chambre des Dputs—Cairoli was speaking.
Transposing of letters in wrytynge, as chambre, for chamber.
The invasion has brought back the "chambre introuvable" of 1816.
Except for a tribune, the Senate reminds me of the chambre in Paris.
Jone, make a good fier in his chambre, and let him lacke nothing.
Piers Plowman, a few years later than Villani, speaks of a "chambre with a chimney" in which rich men usually dined.
The mysterious poison affair was being unravelled before the chambre Ardente.