Did you maybe mean trendsetter?
- n. someone who popularizes a new fashion
“Historically a trend-setter, once again, as California goes, so may go the nation.”
“Mr. Shapiro says the only notable company missing is Apple Inc.; the Silicon Valley trend-setter has long stuck to a strategy of introducing new products at its own events.”
“Ford's Lincoln luxury brand was once a trend-setter and a popular seller.”
“By the time she returned home to the U.S., she'd transcended being a mere trend-setter with a trajectory towards Icon along an arc that endures to this day.”
“Lilias Trotter was told by John Ruskin, the preeminent Victorian trend-setter and art critic, that if she trained with him she could be the premier artist of her day.”
“New York should be a trend-setter, he said, but other locales are far outpacing the city and state.”
“This tumult on the banks of the Nile is the true test of this Arab Awakening, for Egypt remains the trend-setter in Arab politics.”
“Turns out, the first lady is more than a trend-setter.”
“Fashion retailer Esprit Holdings Ltd. said Thursday it will divest itself of its North America business and exit retail operations in three major European countries after reporting that its full-year profit plunged 98%, a far cry from its 1980s heyday as a teen trend-setter.”
“We don't yet know whether Gross is an anomaly or a trend-setter.”
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