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fashionista

[ fash-uh-nee-stuh ]

noun

  1. a very fashionable person, especially one who works in the fashion industry.


fashionista

/ ˌfæʃəˈniːstə /

noun

  1. informal.
    a person who follows trends in the fashion industry obsessively and strives continually to adopt the latest fashions


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Word History and Origins

Origin of fashionista1

1990–95; fashion + Italian or Spanish -ista -ist
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Word History and Origins

Origin of fashionista1

C20: from fashion + -ista as in Sandinista
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Example Sentences

I also think this pickup looks sexy, with sumptuously curved sheet metal that any fashionista could love.

She also happens to be chic enough to hold her own in a crowd of models and fashionistas.

Since he couldn’t very well order the animals from a Sears catalogue, he traveled to their habitats and scooped them up like a fashionista shopping on Rue Saint-Honoré.

From a sexy form-fitted dress to a casual look with a sneaker, we’ve found some outfit ideas from our favorite fashionistas on Instagram.

But her wedding weekend wardrobe reveals she's a flawless fashionista as well.

“When we are casting Marc Jacobs I always try and throw in a couple of unexpected models,” Grand told Fashionista.

Besides,” she adds with the grin of a confident fashionista, “people are going to want to wear the clothes that I wear anyway.

The second story emerged from an interview that Yediot Aharonot conducted with Israeli celebrity/fashionista Nicole Raidman.

Sales of the handbags have increased 30 percent from last year, Woolstenhulme told Fashionista.

Alan said remembering his promise to put her in touch with one of his fashionista protégés.

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