Fashion [noun]

Definition of Fashion:

latest style, prevailing taste

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Sentence/Example of Fashion:

The Heat and Celtics kept the overtime trend alive, with Miami winning Game 1 in dramatic fashion.

That indicates even Facebook understands it can’t remove these groups in a timely fashion.

The multi motivated platform will focus on fashion, music, art and more, as well as provide emerging designers the opportunity to grow and explore with innovators and highly acclaimed brands.

With Clemens giving the brand a foundation of accessibility and anti-exclusivity, he is showing the fashion industry that you’re able to have a superpopular product and make it affordable.

As carpooling fell out of fashion, driving alone became the norm.

My millennial-defining qualities won’t disappear, so perhaps in ultimate young-person fashion, I reject the notion of one definitive label.

Kim-Parker went on to lead the strategy and business development group at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where she helped launch new business verticals including fashion, publishing, visual arts, food, and consulting.

For me, a brand is typically correlated with fashion and that’s not necessarily how I see what I do.

The company is now competing against Microsoft and its Surface Duo device, which is firmly grounded in the function-over-fashion mindset.

All patients who required ventilation received that care in a timely fashion.