trendsetting

[ trend-set-ing ]
/ ˈtrɛndˌsɛt ɪŋ /

adjective

establishing or influencing a new trend or fashion.

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Origin of trendsetting

1955–60; from the verb phrase set a trend; see -ing2
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Example sentences from the Web for trend-setting

  • Alexander Wang followed his trend-setting fall collection with another for spring, full of smart, youthful designs.

    Fashion Takes a Bow|The Daily Beast|September 12, 2009|DAILY BEAST