fashion arbiter

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someone who popularizes a new fashion

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Among the guests were Honorary Mayor Fritz Coleman, Honorary Sheriff Joseph Campanella, parade grand marshals Bob and Dolores Hope, and fashion arbiter Mr.
She even joked that she was going to send the fashion arbiter a photo of her new look.
Blackwell, the city's most infamous fashion arbiter of good taste.
For those looking at fur for the first time, Morgan suggests stoles and scarves, perhaps lined in a bright colored satin with tassels, a short Eisenhower style (favored by fashion arbiter Mr.
Blackwell, the city's resident fashion arbiter, said he'd give an A to Badgley and Mischka's beaded tuxedos and black gowns.
s most vocal fashion arbiter, said the dresses were great for somebody like Bo Derek, Demi Moore or Sharon Stone to wear on stage, but they were totally unsuitable for real life.
Enterprising Europeans found work in Russia as teachers of English and French but they also became fashion arbiters and some opened porcelain factories.
Snapped up by fashion arbiters,it has been trading on its celebrity status for three years in the US, sinceopening a first store in LA's famous Melrose Avenue selling Ts,denim and accessories,quickly followed by three more flagship stores in Beverly Hills,New York, Miami and Chicago.
Saks won't divulge its "experts"; but I happen to know for a fact that over at our end the fashion arbiters consisted, of the boss's 4 wife, our new intern from Malaysia, and David the computer guy, who's always surprising us with unusual body piercings.
There were no style gurus, no fashion arbiters, no members of the old aristocracy, no nouves, no Ivana Trumps; no posers even, unless you count the rather self-congratulatory little creep who's writing these words.
Looked at side by side, these works underscore the fact that while for the earlier writers and their audience cooking belonged to a coherent order of household business, cookbook authors now take for granted a tastemaker's role similar to that of fashion arbiters.