- establishing or influencing a new trend or fashion.
Origin of trendsetting
1955–60; from the verb phrase set a trend; see -ing2
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Related Wordsup-to-date, newfangled, modern, brand-new, new, ultramodern, advanced, posh, swanky, genteel, stylish, trendy, chic, mod, upscale, swank, contemporary, popular, hot, smart
Examples from the Web for trendsetting
As early as 2005, trendsetting San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom called it a “fundamental right.”How Young People Are Destroying Liberty
October 11, 2014