ultrachic

ultrachic

(ˌʌltrəˈʃiːk)
adj
extremely stylish or chic
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For a long time, the country has been synonymous with its haute cuisine served in ultrachic establishments, gourmet restaurants and luxury hotels.
From ultrachic and trendy, to sleek and sporty, to dazzling and dressy, there's a watch to complete your look for the season.
Floral details in combination with the metal handle adds a touch of hard and soft ultrachic styles.
Legend has it that sometime in the mid-'80s, Andy Warhol fell in love amid the pulsing lights and throbbing beats at ultrachic New York disco Studio 54.
Photographs of the ultrachic event flooded Instagram but the most memorable picture was a dreamy shot of Poppy making her way through the Beldi Country Club flower garden.
The two emirates are home to countless Western food chains and ultrachic, reservations-only celebrity-chef restaurants imported from London, New York and Los Angeles.
For gastronomic delights, book a table at ultrachic Gill, while Les Marachers, established in 1912, is an old city favourite.
This store is known for its ultrachic dresses as also the ballerina dresses, and it offers solutions for all your sartorial needs a" pick up tutu dresses or stockings or ankle protectors or whatever.
For the basic palette, think cream or whites, earthy browns, or the ultrachic shades of dark flannel grey verging on black.
Join local activists committed to "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Equality" at the ultrachic tropical Mandalay Bay Resort for a lavish dinner, two auctions (one silent, one live), and inspiring speeches.
He also mentioned Cortina d'Ampezzo (correctly spelled), the old, ultrachic ski resort favored by wealthy Europeans back in the day.