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  • fashion — n 1 manner, way, *method, mode, system Analogous words: practice, *habit, custom, usage, wont 2 Fashion, style, mode, vogue, fad, rage, craze, dernier cri, cry are comparable when denoting a way of dressing, of furnishing and decorating rooms, of …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • fashion — [n1] latest style, prevailing taste appearance, bandwagon*, chic, configuration, convention, craze, cry, cultism, cultus, custom, cut, dernier cri, fad, faddism, figure, form, furor, in thing*, last word*, latest*, latest thing*, line*, look,… …   New thesaurus

  • Fashion Institute of Technology — (FIT)    A fashion school founded in New York City in 1944 by Mortimer C. Ritter, a tailor and educator, and Max Meyer, a retired coat and suit manufacturer and union organizer. Part of the State of New York s higher education system, SUNY, FIT… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion magazines —    The first publication to feature fashion was France s Le Mercure Galant in 1678. Fashion illustrations, in the form of fashion plates, depicted the latest in fashion trends and listed suppliers names. As interest in fashion steadily increased… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion show —    A venue for designers to showcase their new collections to the public that involves fashion models, sound, lighting, and a crew of others who help stage the runway show. Industry press and noted retailers are invited as well as celebrities and …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion illustration —    The art of drawing costume images dates back to sixteenth century costume books that depicted regional and ethnic dress. Beginning in France and England during the seventeenth century and continuing through the eighteenth and nineteenth… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion critic —    A person who is responsible for critiquing fashion either for a newspaper, magazine, television or the Internet. Some of the best known fashion critics include Carrie Donovan (New York Times), Mary Lou Luther (International Fashion Syndicate) …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion columnist —    A person who regularly contributes a fashion column to a newspaper or website. He/she writes his/her pointof view on topics relating to fashion such as new trends, celebrities, fashion events, scandals, shopping tips, and anything that is… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Fashion Magazines — Allure (United States) Another Magazine (United Kingdom) Apparel (China, United States) BiBi Magazine (United States) Book Moda (Italy) Book Moda Sposa (Italy) Book Moda Uomo (Italy) Brides (United States) Cadena (Germany) Children s Business… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • fashion — noun 1》 a currently popular style of clothing, behaviour, etc.     ↘the production and marketing of new styles of clothing and cosmetics. 2》 a manner of doing something. verb make into a particular form or article. Phrases after a fashion to a… …   English new terms dictionary

  • Fashion photographer —    A person who specializes in taking photographs of fashion for advertising or editorial purposes to appear in magazines, trade publications, catalogs, press kits, Internet, and elsewhere. Among the best known fashion photographers are Richard… …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

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