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Synonyms for chiffonier

a tall elegant chest of drawers

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8220;Catwalk at the Stone” will feature summer styles and accessories by Maven, formally called Chiffoniers, hair by Esoterica Salon & Lounge, makeup by Lisa's Beauty Box, and airbrush spray tanning by Vanity Room.
For more information about Maven, formerly called Chiffoniers, located at 3811 Camp Bowie Blvd.
He is not certain, but he thinks the area is occupied by chiffoniers, marginal creatures who live on the outskirts of the city picking among the dust.
51) Theodore Hoppen observes: "The characteristic mid-Victorian liking for clutter required increasing expenditure on tables, chairs, sideboards, chiffoniers, escritoires, pianos, dumb waiters, (all covered with tasseled velvet cloths and runners), upon Staffordshire figurines, Doulton china, brass candlesticks, coal-scuttles, papier-mache models, vases, stuffed birds, wax fruit, and framed photographs.
These include an early 19th century Dutch marquetry dropflap table (estimate pounds 1,000/1,500), sets of chairs, chests of drawers including a good George III mahogany example of small proportions (pounds 1,000/1,500), a Victorian camphorwood campaign chest with secretaire (pounds 600/1,000), as well as chiffoniers and mirrors.
Cornell's ethical mourners become chiffoniers as they re-collect the traces of the "Other," gathering and re-membering fragments of identities.
Jodie Harsh, resplendent in a coral strapless Lanvin dress finished off with silver sequined Les Chiffoniers leggings.
The invitation-only audience of stars watched models showoff new collections from designers including celebrity favourites Luella and Les Chiffoniers.