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*in vogue

fashionable; faddish. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) This style of coat is no longer in vogue. That word isn't in vogue any longer.
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Arnaut, who hails from Portugal, previously held posts at Vogue Portugal, GQ Portugal, as well as having had his work published in Vogue and GQ Brazil.
Kim's husband Kanye West (above) is using his klout to push his missus's claims to appear in Vogue in her wedding dress and that's well within his compass.
Here's the latest news: Kim Kardashian has literally been cropped out of the Met Gala Gallery in Vogue.
A decade's worth of these photo-inspired essays have been brought together as Nostalgia in Vogue, forming a collection wherein every vignette is captivating, with an irresistible combination of brevity and intimacy.
Leather belts like the ones the major leaguers use and not the adjustable, stretch belts offered at most sporting goods stores; batting-helmet decals not only for the major league teams but for most of the high school teams in the Valley; actual stirrup socks -- not the fake ones -- that big league teams used to wear and are now coming back in vogue, along with the white sanitary socks that go under the stirrups.