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in vogue

Currently (and usually temporarily) fashionable or trendy. Haven't you heard? This style of cocktail dress is very in vogue right now!
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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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She also discussed how she used her years in Vogue to create a healthy body image and body health in the world of fashion, encouraging fashion designers to showcase their collections through models representing a range of body types, and discouraged the use of very young models to make fashion more enjoyable to people.
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.
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Eve MacSweeney (editor); NOSTALGIA IN VOGUE; Rizzoli International () $55.00 ISBN: 9780847836819
Part of the Texas Tech University Press 'Costume Society of American' series, "As Seen In Vogue: A Century Of American Fashion In Advertising" by fashion expert and historian Daniel Delis Hill has drawn from this seminal fashion periodical's more than 600 fashion adds for a century-long overview beginning with the magazine's founding in 1893 through ten decades to 1993.