- taste + maker (Wiktionary)
“Rather than swamp the market, Jason distributes Fidelity Denim to a select group of boutiques such as Fred Segal, E Street Denim, Len Druskin, and Caruso Caruso in tastemaker cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, and Dallas.”
“Effectively, they would provide the early "tastemaker" version of the product.”
“She became a "tastemaker," as Departures magazine called her, with her whimsical dinner parties for friends such as Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson splashed across the pages of the New York Times.”
“She makes sure her tracks get into all the right Ibiza clubs, attract the attention of "tastemaker" DJs like Paul Oakenfold or Danny Rampling, whose praise will start a domino effect as the word spreads to other DJs, clubs and daytime radio.”
“Elliott Wilson (aka YN) has astutely done the rounds of the all the key 'tastemaker' outlets in the 'hip hop blogosphere' promoting his new venture, the hiphop music, news & gossip portal,”
“Hosting the event were Sculptz president Jean P. Vernor and "tastemaker" and celebrity stylist”
“I'm a pioneer in my field and a "tastemaker" with a large podium, why would it be important to get my name right?”
“For years, broadcast and cable networks and even newspapers have presented Hilton's offensive blog - dubbed a "tastemaker" by the LA Times - as harmless and entertaining.”
“Members curating content turns the tables on old media, giving members the role of tastemaker that used to be held by the powerful publisher.”
“Well, I don't know if you know this, but the most important, culturally-significant, tastemaker site in the world, GAWKER, called my first blog "Genius.”
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