Translation of designer in Spanish:

designer

Pronunciation: /dɪˈzaɪnər; dɪˈzaɪnə(r)/

n

  • diseñador, -dora (m,f) a fashion/furniture designer un diseñador de modas/muebles great designers like Dior los grandes modistas or diseñadores como Dior set/stage designer escenógrafo, -fa (m,f) an industrial/automotive designer un diseñador industrial/de automotores (before n) [clothes/jeans] de diseño exclusivo; [furniture/pen] de diseño she only wears designer labels solo usa ropa muy exclusiva
    More example sentences
    • Fashion designers are asking for similar protection for clothing designs for three years.
    • How did the son of a farmer from Aberdeenshire become one of the most fêted fashion designers in the world?
    • We are professional graphic designers who have dedicated our lives to design, not politics.
    More example sentences
    • We were never really respected by the fashion press as a designer label.
    • What is the point of expensive designer labels when the only person that gets to see that new outfit is you?
    • I think men are much more aware of designer labels and fashion trends than they were even a year ago.

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