Fairyland never emerged from old sheds, a King may not even dream of a costumier.
And any disguise you may think of, that too I could procure from a costumier, a Jew I know.
To make a pretty picture at the expense of drama is merely to pander to the voracity of the costumier and scene-painter.
It was a figure that might have appealed more to the sculptor than to the costumier.
I confided myself at first to the hands of the costumier with characteristic truthfulness.
A costumier hung out wigs, and masks, and débardeur garments next door to the restaurateur.
Beyond that there was the purchase of a good second-hand uniform, fur coat, and a beard and a wig from a costumier's.
In five minutes a dozen turnings intervened between me and the costumier's shop.
Irritated by long waiting, I was writing an angry letter to the costumier when he was announced.
He must surrender himself unconditionally to the costumier, and obey implicitly his behests.