Translation of fashion plate in Spanish:

fashion plate

figurín, n.

noun

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    figurín masculine
    • Not only did no one at the orientation notice my coolness, no one - not even the budding fashion plates - were wearing anything remotely like that shirt.
    • He embraces his role as a fashion plate and is flattered to be an icon among gays.
    • Can it be traced back to a lost bet or a dare among two fashion plates?
    • Brit used to be a fashion plate and whatever she wore was the height of chic.
    • Papa sports endless plaid shirts and Mother was a fashion plate in spreading skirts and petticoats.
    • Meanwhile, Alex was a fashion plate while Ellie liked wearing jeans and t-shirts.
    • The ensemble was not something you'd see on a fashion plate but it was practical, warm, and weather-proof.
    • He was a soap opera-watching fashion plate who tithed half his earnings to Calvin Klein.
    • Lorna turned around to find a petite fashion plate in a power suit.
    • You weren't exactly a fashion plate, but who cared?
    • You might have been wondering when the fashion plate and sometime footballer was going to turn up.
    • She to Rivenhouse at noon with some cloth samples and the latest fashion plates.
    • Until her death at age 74, ‘she continued to dress like a fashion plate and apply her dramatic Cleopatra makeup,’ he says.
    • Jimmie, you're a fashion plate in a world of rock drabness.
    • She looked like a fashion plate, and your eyes widened when you saw her 3 sets of pierced ears.
    • The hand-colored fashion plates were also described in the text, and these colors were noted.
    • But she was also a bit of a fashion plate and a party girl who didn't know when to stop partying, I guess.
    • Grandma will make you skirt like the one in the fashion plates we looked at.
    • One of the editors was very much a fashion plate, and because of her I took my salary every week to a store on Fifth Avenue and put it toward a gorgeous gold brooch that I'd seen in the window.
    • At that time, the first fashion magazines, highlighting creations for royal courtiers, appeared and the fashion plate, or picture dedicated to showing the very latest mode, came into existence.
    • It was common for dresses to be made to the client's own patterns; they saw fashion dolls from Paris, and fashion plates in the ladies' magazines, which they copied.
    • Although some of the more rigid traditions have faded, pressures are still high on women in Japan to be docile fashion plates.
    • As it is you have brought too many fashion plates for her.
    • I mean, you've been discussing her beauty, and whether she was a fashion plate or not.
    • But now that I think about it, Jared wasn't really a fashion plate.
    • It's not like I'm a fashion plate by any means, but they are.
    • Now over 80 years old, she remains a Hollywood fashion plate and venerable legend.
    • Then she turned her attention back to the colorful fashion plates in the magazine.