Examples of aesthete in a Sentence
He regards art critics as a bunch of pretentious aesthetes.
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Every eighteen months, this cosmic aesthete goes reverse, fogging up our rose-tinted glasses and creating romantic obstacles.
Trump's sleeves are the mark of a fashion aesthete who is willing to cast aside practicality in favor of line, silhouette and proportion.
Since 2008, Internet aesthetes have navigated to JJJJound.com to soak up the good life.
Christian is the embodiment of this split, an earnest aesthete and devoted careerist who judges himself, on flimsy evidence, to be a good guy.
From Marrakech to London and back again, the above is certain to inspire your own inner aesthete—and whet your appetite for more.
For that, the label’s reputation runs on the tastes of a small group of aesthetes -- and at 55, Raymonde is still hand-picking a huge swath of the artists.
Marble, to the lament of every aesthete, comes up short.
Unpredictably, one of the biggest flaws of the miniseries was Sigourney Weaver’s Alexandra Reid, a paint-by-numbers aesthete of a villain with a yen for fine art and a wardrobe full of neutral separates from Akris Punto.
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