- n.时尚，时装; 时装领域，时尚界; 方式，方法;
- vt.制作，塑造; 使适应;
- 复数: fashions;
- 第三人称单数: fashions;
- 过去式: fashioned;
- 过去分词: fashioned;
- 现在分词: fashioning;
dressed in the latest fashion
This shirt is great for anyone who wants to make a fashion statement .
the whirligig of fashion
Queen Mary started the fashion for blue and white china in England.
Marriage seems to be going out of fashion.
In the early seventies I wore false eyelashes, as was the fashion.
Consensus politics could easily come back into fashion.
London Fashion Week will be a sparky affair.
Designer wedding dresses make wedding fashion a separate category from mainstream fashion.
There is another drug called DHE that works in a similar fashion.
He and a partner set up on their own and built a successful fashion company.
The aeroplane was gyrating about the sky in a most unpleasant fashion.
The fabrics are sold wholesale to retailers, fashion houses, and other manufacturers.
I'm hoping to get some fashion hints.
The fashion business, he claims, not altogether convincingly, is more real than the film business.
Only Marilyn has proved as enduring a fashion icon.
Dade picked a dress in fashion for his girlfriend.
The fashion at the time moulded round the upper part of the body.
He did it in his own fashion.
Individualism has been the secret ingredient in developing his chain of fashion stores.
He walks in a peculiar fashion.
Long skirts have come into fashion again.
The collar was cut away according to the fashion.
She nodded to me in a friendly fashion.
They discovered that they could shear sheep, take the wool, weave it and fashion the material into warm coats and suits,.
他们发现他们能够剪羊毛 、 纺绒线、织成毛料, 然后把毛料做成暖和的衣服.
They were in fashion last year and the year befor last year. But they're not in fashion this year.
The buildings in this area are laid out in an orderly fashion.
Catching to fashion is not essential to the happiness of all women.
Summer styles are often a foretaste of autumn fashion.
Slang often goes in and out of fashion quickly.
The fashion for teams is driven by a sense that the old way of organising people is too rigid for both the modern marketplace and the expectations of employees.
The fashion for teams is also spreading from the usual corporate suspects ( ' , such as GE and IBM) to some more unusual ones.
But a new report by Deloitte, Global Human Capital Trends, based on a survey of more than 7,000 executives in over 130 countries, suggests that the fashion for teamwork has reached a new high.
You may have heard some of the fashion industry horror stories: models eating tissues or cotton balls to hold off hunger, and models collapsing from hunger-induced heart attacks just seconds after they step off the runway.
Regulating the fashion industry in the United States won't be easy, Record says.
Professional fashion models are particularly vulnerable to eating disorders resulting from occupational demands to maintain extreme thinness.
It will do better than Paris Fashion Week.
It will differ from Paris Fashion Week.
It defines the future of the fashion industry.
In an editorial released Monday in the American Journal of Public Health, Katherine Record and Bryn Austin made their case for government regulation of the fashion industry.
Agents and fashion houses who hire models with a BMI under 18 could pay $82,000 in fines and spend up to 6 months in jail.
A designer can't survive without participating in Paris Fashion Week, she says, adding, Our argument is that the same would be true of New York Fashion Week.
Fixing the time for the designer's latest fashion show.
What the designers of American sportswear proved was that fashion is a genuine design art, answering to the demanding needs of service.
We live today indebted to McCardell, Cashin, Hawes, Wilkins, and Maxwell, and other women who liberated American fashion from the confines of Parisian design.
They came up with a brand-new set of design proceduresThey made originality a top priority in their fashion design.
The involvement of more women in fashion design.
Of course these practical, insightful designers have determined the course of late twentieth-century fashion.
In an earlier time, American fashion had also followed the dictates of Paris, or even copied and pirated specific French designs.
Implicitly or explicitly, American fashion addressed a democracy, whereas traditional Paris-based fashion was prescriptive and imposed on women, willing or not.
Fashion in America was logical and answerable to the will of the women who wore it.
Could utility alone justify the new ideas of the American designers? Fashion is often regarded as a pursuit of beauty, and some cherished fashion's trivial relationship to the fine arts.
Today's teenagers admire their parents and welcome parental guidance about important matters such as career choice—though certainly not Mom and Dad's advice on matters of personal taste, such as music or fashion.
Exclusivity, more familiar in the world of high fashion, has reached the kitchen: Robinson&Cornish, a British manufacturer of custom-made kitchens, offers a Georgian-style one which would cost £145,000-155,000— excluding building, plumbing and electrical work.
About a year ago, I flew to Singapore to join the writer Malcolm Gladwell, the fashion designer Marc Ecko and the graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister in addressing a group of advertising people on "Marketing to the Child of Tomorrow".
They represent the latest fashion in the business circles.
It is at the centre of the fashion industry.
It is not in fashion to have a logo on a T-shirt.
Chinese culture fueling international fashion trends.
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For hill, it is impossible not to talk about China as the leading player when discussing fashion.
2019年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
If you talk about fashion today, you are talking about China - its influences, its direction, its breathtaking clothes, and how young designers and models are finally acknowledging that in many ways.
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There is no doubt that gardens evidence an impossible urge to create, express, fashion, and beautify and that self-expression is a basic human urge; yet when one looks at the photographs of the garden created by the homeless, it strikes one that , for all their diversity of styles, these gardens speak of various other fundamental urges, beyond that of decoration and creative expression.
This top-down conception of the fashion business couldn’t be more out of date or at odds with the feverish would described in Overdressed, Elizabeth Cline’s three-year indictment of “fast fashion”.
Overdressed is the fashion world’s answer to consumer-activist bestsellers like Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma.
In the 2006 film version of The Devil Wears Prada ,Miranda Priestly, played by Meryl Streep, scolds her unattractive assistant for imagining that high fashion doesn’t affect her, Priestly explains how the deep blue color of the assistant’s sweater descended over the years from fashion shows to departments stores and to the bargain bin in which the poor girl doubtless found her garment.
By offering on-trend items at dirt-cheap prices, Cline argues, these brands have hijacked fashion cycles, shaking an industry long accustomed to a seasonal pace.
Under the law, using a fashion model that does not meet a government-defined index of body mass could result in a $85,000 fine and six months in prison.
The newly revised Danish Fashion Ethical Charter clearly states: “We are aware of and take responsibility for the impact the fashion industry has on body ideals, especially on young people”.
The fashion industry knows it has an inherent problem in focusing on material adornment and idealized body types.
The charter’s main tool of enforcement is to deny access for designers and modeling agencies to Copenhagen Fashion Week ( ' , CFW), which is run by the Danish Fashion Institute.
It tells the fashion industry that it must take responsibility for the signal it sends women, especially teenage girls, about the social tape-measure they must use to determine their individual worth.
In contrast to France’s actions, Denmark’s fashion industry agreed last month on rules and sanctions regarding the age, health, and other characteristics of models.
In Denmark, the United States, and a few other countries, it is trying to set voluntary standards for models and fashion images that rely more on peer pressure for enforcement.
France, which prides itself as the global innovator of fashion, has decided its fashion industry has lost an absolute right to define physical beauty for women.
1. how something is done or how it happens;
"her dignified manner"
"his rapid manner of talking"
"their nomadic mode of existence"
"in the characteristic New York style"
"a lonely way of life"
"in an abrasive fashion"
2. characteristic or habitual practice
3. the latest and most admired style in clothes and cosmetics and behavior
1. make out of components (often in an improvising manner);
"She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"
1. =face,表示"脸,面"; 2. =do,make 表示"做,制作"
faculty 才能, 本领, 能力, 全体教员
after a fashion
to a certain extent but not perfectly or satisfactorily
he could read after a fashion.
after (或 in) the fashion of
in a manner similar to
she took servants for granted after the fashion of wealthy and pampered girls.
in (或 out of) fashion
popular (or unpopular) and considered (or not considered) to be smart at the time in question
after a fashion 或 in a fashion
In some way or other, especially to a limited extent
She sings after a fashion.
manner, method, way, mode, fashion, means, approach
方法 方式 样子