fashionist


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fashionist

(ˈfæʃəˌnɪst)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a person who follows or conforms to the current fashion
2. (Clothing & Fashion) a person at the forefront of fashion
References in classic literature ?
If the fashionist have not this quality, he is nothing.
IT has been a motoring icon for 50 years, finding favour with everyone from fashionist as to environmentalists.
Birmingham pop star Jamelia is appealing to fashionist as to drop off their old shoes to Brantano to help save babies' lives in the UK and Africa.
They'll be teaching Liverpool's fashionist as (and the wannabes) to make do and mend and exchange.
The series following the lives and loves of our favourite Manhattan fashionist as faded out to the strains of Candi Staton's You Got the Love.
Style tickets include the International Cat walk show previewing Autumn/Winter '08 collections from Ireland's fashion retailers, the Trinny and Susannah Style Academy (yes the fashionist as will be there
The Western Mail has teamed up with Stena Line to offer stylish gals the chance to win an overnight break in Dublin for Ireland's premier fashion and beauty event of the year 'Style in the City' which is being hosted by fabulous fashionist as Trinny and Susannah in association with Audi.
The UN's drug tsar was probably spot-on when he said celebrity drug offenders and "coke-snorting fashionist as" such as Kate Moss and Amy Wine house were having a profound affect on public attitudes.
FOODIE fashionist as could soon be drawn to the shops and markets of north east Wales in search for homegrown Jerusalem artichokes, curly kale, salsify and water cress.
LIVERPOOL fashionist as to the stars Kirsty Doyle and Nook and Willow brought the latest craze sweeping London and New York to the city.
But it wasn't just the Time Lord's skills for treading the boards that drew attention - fashionist as have since been discussing the rise of the beanie cap since his debut performance in Stratford- upon-Avon.