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trendy

n. someone who has to be right in style or first with the latest trend. All the trendies are wearing pink and charcoal clothing this month.
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Dozens of fashionistas hit La Plage to discover the latest styles in a bid to be the trendiest at their next beach outing.
and world, in addition to winners in the categories of Best Luxury and Bargain, Best for Service, B&Bs and Inns, All-Inclusive, Spa, and Trendiest.
This show-within-a-show will feature the trendiest, most fashionable boutique products to pamper pets such as custom jewelry, stylish carriers, couture clothing and luxury pet beds.
Color photos of chairs, breeze units, light-up acrylic wall lamps in squares or rectangles, and more offer the trendiest of design options suitable for both home and business spaces and accompany design options with notes on construction and effect.
It might not sound like the trendiest venue for a birthday bash but this one is extra special.
Greenwich Village is New York City's trendiest neighborhood with something to offer just about everyone," said Highlyann Krasnow, executive vice president of The Developers Group.
A NEW showhome has been launched at one of the trendiest apartment schemes in Coventry.
Phos have got to be the trendiest one-pot on today's restaurant scene.
London's trendiest clubs and most modernized districts provide the bulk of the film's locations.
Extreme weight-saving means the trendiest MPV yet will accelerate to 60 in five seconds, top 150 and return 32 miles to every gallon.
They are attacking businesses and patrons when many people are out and about, "where many of the city's trendiest and most upscale neighborhoods are located.
Teenage Fanclub have never been the trendiest band in town - not even back when Kurt Cobain called them his favourites 15 years ago - but they are as lovable as ever.
Heidi took time out from her busy schedule to visit one of the city's trendiest new boutiques.
Some gardeners dislike them, arguing they are too common and vulgar for the more contemporary garden, but now some of the varieties are subtle enough to be included on the trendiest plot.