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  • adj. Not directly related to fashion, or the fashion industry


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non- +‎ fashion


  • Gilt Chief Executive Kevin Ryan said the company's valuation, double what it commanded in another capital raising a year ago, is justified by Gilt's ability to sell nonfashion merchandise and full-price products as well as its rapid growth potential.

    Gilt's Hefty Valuation Puts New Web Boom to the Test

  • A nonfashion friend once pleaded with me to show her my wardrobe.

    The Wrong Sort of Black?

  • But not if it isn't balanced by a page of affordable gym bags -- and a mix of literate, nonfashion articles.

    She's Still In Vogue

  • COOPER: Star Jones Reynolds seems to have a tough time coming up with nonfashion related questions.

    CNN Transcript Jan 17, 2005

  • Other nonfashion celebrities popping up around town include Solange Knowles, who will D.J. at Lord & Taylor; Kelly Rowland and Joss Stone, performing at Macy's; and the hunky polo player Nacho Figueras, hosting a party at the Ralph Lauren store on Prince Street.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Many of her designs likewise have a nonfashion inspiration she can point to: a trip to Iceland produced a silk dress hand-painted with puffins, and recently Choi's been collaborating with artist Kelly Breslin on "Spelling Bee," a project to create clothing inspired by words.

    Chicago Reader


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