Definition of fashionista
: a designer, promoter, or follower of the latest fashions
Recent Examples of fashionista from the Web
The event, which is expected to attract more than 200 fashionistas, will be hosted by the nonprofit's Women of the Verge networking group.
And sweating fashionistas — who fanned themselves with program notes against the sweltering Paris heat wave — didn’t need to exert themselves trying to imagine how that desert might feel.
An icon in his own right, both as a musician and a fashionista, G-Dragon recently made headlines for releasing his latest EP, Kwon Ji Yong, via links distributed on USBs, rather than a more traditional physical album.
And like a lot of millennial fashionistas, Nendick followed her fair share of style Instagrammers and bloggers.
To fail to do that, even in Milan, the once industrial capital of the north now better known for its fashionistas, would be a crime, but that's not the meat of visit.
The people baring skin aren’t model thin or muscle men and the fashionistas here are the guys with makeup streaming down their faces, or the group dressed like Power Rangers.
Bolt and the fashionista from the Jamaican town of Old Harbour aren’t exactly racing towards the parental finish line, though.
Fans screamed but the Barbadian singer and fashionista kept mostly silent behind the blossoming, 3-D petals.
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Origin and Etymology of fashionista
1fashion + -ista (as in Sandinista)
First Known Use: 1993See Words from the same year
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Definition of fashionista for English Language Learners
: a person who designs, sells, or is very interested in clothing fashions
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