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being or in accordance with the current fashion

Synonyms for modish

in the current fashion or style

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Don't miss the accessories for that modish flair as Celio has an exciting range of belts, bags, caps, hats and ties-for a striking ensemble.
The innovative collection provides a luxurious entertaining experience and at the same time gives interiors a dash of modish elegance, a statement from the company said.
Having played a few gigs on the local circuit, the band looked every inch the modish musicians.
King Tut's, Glasgow, January 8 Appearing on a bill at King Tut's New Year's Revolution alongside headliners the King Hats, were rockabillytinged Oasis wannabes The Heretics and modish postpunks Sick Kids, Dunfermline's People Places Maps.
The resulting nineteen-minute film produced some elegant visual montages and modish distortions of imagery fragmented over uneven surfaces, just as the represented domestic space was enlivened by the cinematic projection.
Hate crime" is a left-wing concept associated with a modish wish to champion certain causes: homosexuality, people who have sex changes, race relations, multiculturalism.
It was a bit modish but very, very cool and once you get the hang of it, it's really easy to do.
And in later cross traffic dusty Pleides hitherto a small modish afterthought.
Andrew Webb's delightful book, therefore, has two potential readerships: the modish metropolitans who'll be charmed by all these tales of quirky regional cuisine, and people such as my mother, who still cook panackelty--a cousin of the more famous pan haggerty--every Monday because it is, and always was, delicious.
The website design reflects the aims of the company, using high quality, modish images and quick and easy access to information.
IT HAS become modish to suggest that post-race pop concerts are an unqualified good, and that those who doubt their usefulness to anything other than racecourse balance sheets are (yawn) reactionary traditionalist Colonel Blimps who should be stuffed and put in a museum, blah blah blah.
Hailed as the Rhone's finest white wine, this modish grape is produced in tiny amounts and commands designer price tags.
CTI Records' legacy embodies a balance not found elsewhere in jazz: listenable yet challenging, pleasant yet bizarre, modish yet unabashedly square.
For Precious Little, a modish elfin figure, is a circus-hand with the Light Fantastics.
The trio of actors showcased modish traditional Indian and western wear on Thursday.