Definition of in fashion in English:

in fashion

phrase

  • Popular and considered to be attractive at the time in question.

    ‘the Sixties look is back in fashion’
    • ‘Baroque art, which fell out of fashion in the mid-1700s, was a particularly popular target.’
    • ‘Politics, we keep being told, is out of fashion because nobody addresses the really tough questions that matter.’
    • ‘Sherlock Holmes is a permanent fixture in popular culture, and he is particularly in fashion at the moment.’
    • ‘The clothes in this store were exactly like her, bizarre and so out of fashion that they were cool.’
    • ‘I tune in for the fashion firsts, the fashion faux pas, and to see what's in fashion.’
    • ‘In their place, remodelers often had to use whatever happened to be in fashion at the moment.’
    • ‘More recently, though, stage directions have fallen out of fashion.’
    • ‘Cultural figures go out of fashion for all sorts of sometimes quite arbitrary reasons.’
    • ‘Purely by chance, she chose a colour that would never go out of fashion.’
    • ‘They can be worn for weeks until they go out of fashion, after which they can be unceremoniously discarded.’
    fashionable, in vogue, up to date, up to the minute, all the rage, bang up to date
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