Examples of tastemaker in a Sentence
She is one of the most powerful tastemakers in the fashion world.
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Back then, Mark was working in retail in Toronto and photographing the closets of tastemakers as a side project.
But before his turn as a celebrity tastemaker, Bourdain was the executive chef at Les Halles.
Luckily many of you tastemakers have liberated men from the status quo.
Young, the physically slight point guard with seemingly unlimited shooting range, was now less of a player and more of a topic for the tastemakers of the sports debate world.
At that time, the octave or two-octave doublings at the ends of the first and second pieces would have infuriated Darmstadt tastemakers like Pierre Boulez.
Rissient’s behind-the-scenes advocacy helped bring famed auteurs like Clint Eastwood, Jane Campion, Mike Leigh and Hou Hsiao-hsien to the attention of international tastemakers.
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The Cannes Film Festival, which got underway this week, acts as just such a tastemaker, identifying the year's most important films from around the globe and inviting them to compete for the prestigious Palme d'Or.
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TASTEMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tastemaker for English Language Learners
: a person whose judgments about what is good, fashionable, etc., are accepted and followed by many other people
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