Did you perchance mean trendsetting?
- adj. initiating or popularizing a trend
“Apple has long had an aura of trend-setting cool, but magic is a bolder—and more provocative— claim.”
“The story "Melrose Avenue loses trend-setting cachet" in last month's LA Times business section presented a pretty bleak picture of the current state of Melrose Avenue business.”
“Crew—have enough of an edge to make them current, but they are not trend-setting.”
“I needed to transform her from a girl who was stuck in the past to a trend-setting woman.”
“He also shares a few examples of over-the-top offerings from current trend-setting Italian chefs, such as Fortunato Nicotra, the chef at the New York restaurant Felidia.”
“But they've been fast losing share to Apple's iPhones and devices that run on Google Inc.'s Android operating system in the trend-setting North American market.”
“Nobu is a trend-setting establishment that not only spans the globe, but wields incredible influence at the top of the sushi industry food chain.”
“James Chirillo took a banjo solo here, and Marcus Printup demonstrated Papa Joe Oliver's trend-setting cup-mute growling technique.”
“Tameka Raymond, formerly a celebrity stylist, is best known for the trend-setting looks of Grammy Award–winning artists such as Lauryn Hill, Patti LaBelle, Jay-Z, and Usher.”
“They're cuddly, covered in soft plastic "skin," and will come in four different colors, each one embodying a different "personality": sporty, sweet, trend-setting, and adventurous.”
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