Clothier may refer to one of the following professions:
  • Tailor
    A tailor is a person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, especially suits and men's clothing.Although the term dates to the thirteenth century, tailor took on its modern sense in the late eighteenth century, and now refers to makers of men's and women's suits, coats, trousers,...

     - the most common modern usage
  • Cloth merchant
    Cloth merchant
    Cloth merchant is, strictly speaking, like a draper, the term for any vendor of cloth. However, it is generally used for one who owned and/or ran a cloth manufacturing and/or wholesale import and/or export business in the Middle Ages or 16th and 17th centuries...

  • A cloth manufacturer - see cloth production

As a surname, Clothier may refer to one of the following individuals:
  • Hurshul Clothier
    Hurshul Clothier
    Hurshul Clothier was one of the pioneers of the big band sound of western swing. In 1953 he organized a western swing band, The Oklahoma Travelers, at the time referred to as the youngest band in the West...

     (1922-2006), American western swing band musician and bandleader
  • Robert Clothier
    Robert Clothier
    Robert Allan Clothier was a prominent Canadian stage and television actor most famous for his role on the long-running CBC television show, The Beachcombers...

     (1921-1999), Canadian stage and television actor
  • Robert Clarkson Clothier
    Robert Clarkson Clothier
    Robert Clarkson Clothier was the fourteenth President of Rutgers University serving from 1932 to 1951.-Biography:...

     (1885-1970), president of Rutgers University 1932-1951 and president of the New Jersey Constitutional Convention of 1947
  • William Clothier
    William Clothier
    This article is about the tennis player. For the cinematographer, see William H. Clothier.----William Jackson Clothier was a male tennis player from the United States....

     (1881-1962), American tennis player
  • William H. Clothier
    William H. Clothier
    William H. Clothier, A.S.C. was an American cinematographer.Born in Decatur, Illinois, Clothier entered the film industry painting sets at Warner Bros., and at the end of the silent era began photographing such films as Wings and Ernst Lubitsch's The Patriot...

     (1903-1996), American cinematographer

The Long Beach Clothiers were a baseball team in the Southern California Trolley League in 1910.
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