after the fashion of somebody/something

after the fashion of (someone or something)

In a manner or style imitative of someone or something else. When John F. Kennedy was president, many women dressed after the fashion of his wife, Jacqueline. I think that classical piece is after the fashion of the Baroque masters. Furniture after the fashion of mid-century modern has exploded in popularity in recent years.
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after the fashion of somebody/something

(formal) in the style of somebody/something: The new library is very much after the fashion of Nash.
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