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
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If the fashionist have not this quality, he is nothing.
So she develops her own styling-made-easy app, The Fashionist. Much to her surprise, her creation takes off and, soon enough, she becomes her high school's newest It girl.
The exhibition was a hit among fashionist as around town, as everyone seemed thrilled to sort out their ultimate summer attires.
She has been the pin-up for festival fashion since the early noughties, providing inspiration and ideas for thousfestival-g fashionist since.
Shalini Saluja, an engineer by education, and a fashionist by profession launched her venture, Indie Cotton Route, two decades ago.
this is so wrong." Like riot_as_rain, Cassandra on the blog The Fashionist admitted to some ambivalence about the pictures, but found her own ambivalence disturbing:
Presumably then, it is also patently sexist, patently ageist, and even, in cases where the driver takes account of the prospective passenger's clothing, patently "fashionist."
IT has been a motoring icon for 50 years, finding favour with everyone from fashionist as to environmentalists.
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!), and all the fab features in the Style Village.