Another word for fashion
Prevailing mode of dress, behavior, etc.
style, vogue, mode, trend, look, taste, custom, way, convention, etiquette, tendency, trend, form, formality, formula, procedure, practice, precedent, prevalence, usage, observance, wont, order, usual run of things, prescription, guise, new look, modus operandi (Latin), mores, high fashion, haute couture (French), stylishness, smartness, chic, ton, bon ton (both French).
Whatever is temporarily in vogue
fashion is the prevailing custom in dress, manners, speech, etc. of a particular place or time, esp. as established by the dominant section of society or the leaders in the fields of art, literature, design, advertising, etc.; style, often a close synonym for fashionthe latest fashion or style, may also suggest a distinctive fashion, esp. the way of dressing or living that distinguishes persons with money and taste eating in style; mode, the French word expressing this idea, suggests the height of fashion in dress, behavior, etc. at any particular time; vogue stresses the general acceptance or great popularity of a certain fashion white gloves are back in vogue; fad stresses the impulsive enthusiasm with which a fashion is taken up for a short time; rage and craze both stress an intense, sometimes irrational enthusiasm for a passing fashion skiing was all the rage, the tulip craze of the 17th centuryafter <strong>or </strong>in a fashion
Another word for fashionnoun
The current custom:craze, fad, furor, mode, rage, style, trend, vogue. (Informal) thing. Idioms: the in thing, the last word, the latest thing. See style, usual
The approach used to do something:manner, method, mode, modus operandi, style, system, way, wise2. See means
A distinctive way of expressing oneself:manner, mode, style, tone, vein. See style
To create by forming, combining, or altering materials:assemble, build, construct, fabricate, forge1, frame, make, manufacture, mold, produce, put together, shape. See make
To make or become suitable to a particular situation or use:acclimate, acclimatize, accommodate, adapt, adjust, conform, fit1, reconcile, square, suit, tailor. See change