Definition: popular fashion; Ex. Jeans became the vogue.
Definition: popular fashion; Ex. Jeans became the vogue.
Sentences Containing 'vogue'
But indeed, at that time, putting to death was a recipe much in vogue with all trades and professions, and not least of all with Tellson's.
``Certainly, sir; and it has the advantage also of being in vogue amongst the less polished societies of the world.
Stories of gypsies, who steal children, are not at all in vogue in this part of the world, and would not be believed.
The methodists, without half the learning of the dissenters, are much more in vogue.
And then, when they condescend to compose a sort of verse that was at that time in vogue in Kandy, which they call seguidillas!
In Australia, it was released as an double A-side with "Vogue", resulting in a number one hit.
Gérard, immensely successful painter of portraits under the Empire—some of them admirable—fell in with the new vogue for large pictures of history, but without enthusiasm."
It was, however, in the monuments of early Christianity that the symbolic Alpha and Omega had their greatest vogue.
Perhaps the chair's most famous appearance was in January 1995, when it was featured on the cover of the British edition of "Vogue".
His realistic style was in vogue in mid-19th-century Europe, in the decades just before photography was invented and the artistic revolution of Impressionism.
Photographed by Steven Meisel, she was presented on the September 2004 cover of American "Vogue" as one of the "Models of the Moment".
"Vogue Paris" declared her one of the top 30 models of the 2000s.
Delevingne has graced the covers of "Vogue" UK, "Vogue" Korea, "i-D", "Russh", "Jalouse", and Style.com's Spring 2013 issue.
The Panchayat Raj system was in vogue in other parts of the country and Village Administration has been carried out through people's representatives from the village level to the block level.
The term "Zubeko" (bad girl) is no longer in vogue, but at the time these films were made was a hip slang expression that would more accurately have been translated as "bitch".
The concept of a Universe filled with a luminiferous aether remained in vogue among some scientists until the early 20th century.
Large quantities of yarns and cloths are exported annually to the European continent and the US, although the quantities vary with the fashions in vogue.
Between 1910 and 1930, Horsman, Vogue, and Madame Alexander included black dolls in their doll lines.
Stainless steel was in vogue during the art deco period.
"Too Gone Too Long" is a song by En Vogue, released as the final single from their third album, "EV3".
She appeared in numerous fashion layouts in Vogue in the early 1970s and her sister Berry was a photographer for the magazine as well.
There is also a duet with Dawn Robinson of En Vogue.
John Shaw, a carriage painter from Milnrow, Rochdale, Lancaster, was quoted in 1993 as saying, "Very big, hairy coloureds are now in vogue.
Her image has been captured on the covers of periodicals like "Madame" magazine Germany, "D" magazine Italy, "Vogue" Portugal, and "The Face" United Kingdom.
She regularly contributed covers for such magazines as Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Town Country, Good Housekeeping, and Woman's Day.
Additionally, he has co-edited three photography books, including "Unseen Vogue: The Secret History Of Fashion Photography", and "People in Vogue: A Century of Portrait Photography", and has shown his own work.
He worked for "Vogue UK" from 1994 to 2011, becoming Creative Director.
Spending most of their spare time practicing songs such as; Whitney Houston's version of "Jesus Loves Me" and mimicking En Vogue's "Does Anybody Hear Me".
His work has appeared in various publications such as "W Magazine", "Harper's Bazaar", "Vanity Fair", "British Vogue", "Men's Vogue", "Talk", "The Face", "The New Yorker", French "Arena", "Esquire", and "The New York Times Magazine".
That year Bodyamr was featured by "British Vogue" due to the number of celebrities chosing to wear his designs to high profile events.
In 18th century Britain, when there was a vogue for versified fables, there were a number in which misers featured.
Born in 1966 in Antwerp, Belgium,Serge Strosberg moved to Paris where he was a student of Peter Knapp, photographer for Vogue (magazine).
Since enamels were in vogue at the time, he also mastered the complexities of this process.
The music video showcased Sheila E. and her dancers wearing various outfits, primary color backdrops, fashion and vogue posing and dancing.
She has also written for "The New York Daily News" "The New York Times Magazine, "Vogue" and "Redbook".
Vogue Paris declared her one of the top 30 models of the 2000s.
Her covers include Italian "Vogue" in October 2009, January 2010, and December 2011, "Vogue" Turkey, "Vogue" Portugal, "Vogue" China in February, August, and November in 2010, British "Vogue" in September 2012, "Vogue" Korea and American "Teen Vogue", alongside Chanel Iman and Ali Michael in February 2008 and by herself in May 2010.
In 2012 Kloss was featured on the September covers of "British Vogue", "Japanese Vogue", "Harper's Bazaar Russia", and "Numéro".
The audience didn't get the satire behind the song "Discoshock", which is about the disco music in vogue at the time, and was taken aback.
In 2012, Victoria's Secret launched the The Victoria's Secret Designer Collection described by Vogue as the company's "first high end lingerie line."
Zygouli has graced the covers of many international fashion magazines such as "Harper's Bazaar", "Madame Figaro","Marie Claire", France's "Elégance" and Vogue.
He is a frequent contributor to the "New York Times", "Vogue", "Vanity Fair", "New York Magazine", and "Newsday".
She has appeared in editorial for magazines such as "You", "Glamour", "Anglomania", "Arena", and "Vogue".
In May 2012, he also appeared in an editorial for Vogue India.
Later metal products and manufacturing came into vogue.
Holland appeared on the covers of "Teen Vogue" and "Fashion 18" and has been featured in "CosmoGirl!", and modeled for LeSportsac Fall and Winter 2006 handbags for Macy's.
It was highly successful until the Great Depression led to it becoming unprofitable, and it was merged into "Vogue" in 1936.
He joined Dorothy Parker, who had come to the magazine from "Vogue", and was the staff drama critic.
Condé Nast announced in December 1935 that "Vanity Fair" would be merged with "Vogue" (circulation 156,000) as of the March 1936 issue.
American fashion magazine "Vogue" described "The Cats of Copenhagen" as "charmingly illustrated" and a perfect gift for anarchists.
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raspy - making a harsh noise; grating; harsh
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pinion - restrain or immobilize by binding the wings or legs; N: bird's wing
fathomless - too deep to be measured or understood; unfathomable
reimburse - repay; pay back
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quibble - minor objection or complaint; V: raise minor objections; carp; cavil
imminent - impending; near at hand