Fashion long ago stopped trickling down from an atelier on high.
Specifically, Brit rocks an atelier Bordelle bra top and earrings by Lynn Ban.
I flew to Paris and spent several days in the atelier with Suzanne, who helped me choose all of the looks.
It began at the invitation of close friends who worked in the Gibraltar-born designer's atelier.
“For me, the atelier Ermanno Scervino is a safe place where I feel protected by friendship,” he told the paper.
The work of retouching requires certain appliances to facilitate it, and its own special room or atelier.
The look of the atelier—the first she had ever been in in her life—disappointed her.
When about twenty-two or twenty-three Rodin entered the atelier of Carrier-Belleuse.
M. de Nailles's orders had been that she was to sit in the atelier.
His atelier is one of the few in Paris which are open to women, and several American ladies have enjoyed its advantages.
1840, from French atelier "workshop," from Old French astelier "(carpenter's) workshop, woodpile" (14c.), from astele "piece of wood, a shaving, splinter," probably from Late Latin hastella "a thin stick," diminutive of hasta "spear, shaft" (see yard (n.2)).