fashion-conscious

fashion-conscious

adj
interested in, and wanting to wear, fashionable clothes
Translations

fashion-conscious

[ˈfæʃənˌkɒnʃəs] ADJpendiente de la moda

fashion-conscious

adjmodebewusst
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21 (ANI): To celebrate glitz, glamour and fashion, a two-day event Ambience Fashion Weekend 2017, was organised in the national capital for the fashion-conscious and the style-savvy.
Many of the frames are available in a choice of sizes for fashion-conscious children and teenagers in the age range seven to 16.
THE YOUTH are always fashion-conscious. Many of them are serious about how their wardrobe should look like, and they know what clothing brands suit their taste.
Everywhere sells doggie couture, but fashion-conscious dog owners want the very best for their pets.
Summary: Lebanese designer Rani Zakhem's fall-winter 2015-2016 collection was created with the fashion-conscious women in mind.
As with their fine leather belts, these accessories are designed for the fashion-conscious male that loves to invest in their appearance.
The collection consists of girls' and boys' stylish sunsuits and shirts, board shorts, jackets and hats, perfect for the fashion-conscious kid.
ASOS, which stands for "As Seen on Screen", was founded in 2000 and targets fashion-conscious young people in more than 200 countries by aiming to emulate the styles of their favourite celebrities.
"As we work to create greater relevance among a young, fashion-conscious customer, we're focused on not only brands but messaging that will engage that audience.
A NEW shop has opened in Blackwood High Street, making it a must-place to shop for the fashion-conscious Mod brigade.
"There is great potential for expansion in this highly populated and fashion-conscious region (southeastern Asia)," H&M's CEO, Karl-Johan Persson, said.
of Philadelphia, which caters to the type of college-educated, fashion-conscious twentysomethings who don't give a second thought to dropping a couple of bills on a pair of jeans.