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  • n. Plural form of fashionista.


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  • The contemporary American department store has migrated over to the traditional Japanese model of renting out retail space to big-name fashionistas.

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  • I was so excited about this girl being in the cell next to Lindsay's and the BFF adventures they would inevitably have, the relationship that would grow out of their common bond of being questionably entitled fashionistas in ugly jumpsuits.

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  • Only about 10 percent of men can be classified as fashionistas, said Marshal Cohen, the chief industry analyst at NPD Group, though that is up from 3 percent two decades ago.

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  • It's also funny that the world of fashion is so deep into trends and seasons and yet this movie is coming out nearly two years after the fashions it features would have run their course and been thrown out by the "fashionistas" and fashionista wannabes that rush to purchase Vogue so they can feel in the know.

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  • HaiVision Network Video President and CEO Mirko Wicha will be among the professionally styled "fashionistas" to take the stage.

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  • Few and far between, there were some 'fashionistas' who chose sensible flats and slippers.

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  • Asus has also revamped its Seashell range of netbook PCs, getting designer Karim Rashid to add a touch of sparkle to the range in the hope of attracting 'fashionistas'.

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  • The Samsung Corby was launched earlier this year in Milan, Italy before the start of the famed city's Fashion Week, staking its claim as the go-to phone for "fashionistas" worldwide. Latest News

  • 'fashionistas' are the five-star Hotel Das Triest, a fashion hotel which has been re-designed by Sir Terence Conran, and the hotel in Vienna to be seen at whilst not hanging out with the

  • Other discounters making notable gains in the survey included msgs), appealing to "fashionistas" by offering department-store labels at bargain-basement prices (its positive scores rose from 40.5% in 2008 to 53% in 2010); msgs) (60% to 69% positive); and

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