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antifashionable combined form of fashionable.
beau monde the world of high and fashionable society.
boutique a small shop, esp. one specializing in gifts or fashionable clothes and accessories.
buzzword a fashionable, short-lived word or phrase that originates either in media use or in a specialized group, and that is intended to impress or exclude the hearer, because of its apparent profundity or significance.
chic elegant or fashionable; stylish. [1/2 definitions]
chichi ostentatiously showy or fashionable.
comedy of manners a comedy that satirizes the customs and manners of fashionable society.
conversation piece an eighteenth-century genre picture that depicts a group of fashionable people in an appropriate setting. [1/2 definitions]
couture those who design, make, and market fashionable clothing, considered collectively. [1/2 definitions]
couturier someone in the business of designing, making, and marketing fashionable clothing.
exclusive giving attention or service only to certain types of people, esp. those who are rich, fashionable, or privileged. [1/5 definitions]
gallant a fashionable or courtly young man. [1/7 definitions]
haut monde (French) rich, prominent, or fashionable people; high society.
hip4 aware of, participating in, or belonging to the latest fashions in music, language, clothing, and the like; cool or fashionable. [1/2 definitions]
hoop skirt a long, full skirt, fashionable in the eighteenth century, that was made to bell out by hoops worn beneath.
in (informal) powerful or fashionable. [1/12 definitions]
jet set a group of fashionable, wealthy people who reputedly travel by jet from one resort to another.
man about town a man whose worldly social life and knowledge of fashionable places keep him in public notice.
modish being in or according to current fashion or style; fashionable.
modiste one who designs, makes, or deals in fashionable or stylish clothes, esp. women's dresses and hats.
now (slang) currently fashionable. [1/10 definitions]