- adj. Having characteristics which conform to current fashion trends.
“Limelight will have what Mr. Menashe describes as a "fashion-forward" bent, selling such brands as Bed Stu, PRPS, Nudie Jeans and James Perse.”
“Along with the "Health's Angels," Pom Wonderful is also courting the fashion-forward.”
“Rat Scabies, the drummer, was in what is now classic Punk style, but that night, seemed wildly fashion-forward.”
“This has led fashion-forward labels such as Rodarte, Erdem and Prabal Gurung to ally themselves with Mr. Kirkwood.”
“With the holiday-party season getting underway, a peplum may be the best way to look fashion-forward and go crazy with the hors d'oeuvre.”
“They cater to a fashion-forward clientele that appreciates multi-cultural lifestyles, and they showcase innovative international brands with fine craftsmanship and materials.”
“It is frightfully fashion-forward to speak of how the Levy must be replaced by a more up-to-date mechanism that – how does the line go?”
“Fröhlich, meanwhile, states his hope that the mix will end up "not on shelves, but in the CD players of fashion-forward people with social responsibility and an awareness of conflict areas".”
“There he made a name for himself with his fashion-forward but smartly tailored jackets and blazers.”
“Jenni Ching is thin, cool, fashion-forward, and in charge of the Ho Pee Ching Oh-Kay Koffee Shoppe since her mother threw herself in the Bohane river.”
Looking for tweets for fashion-forward.