trendsetting

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trend +‎ setting

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trendsetting (comparative more trendsetting, superlative most trendsetting)

  1. Taking a leading role in setting trends, particularly in business or the arts
    • 2007 June 24, Dan Shaw, “An Ancient Studio for an Even Older Craft”, New York Times:
      By 1989, she was selling to Zona, the trendsetting home-furnishings boutique in SoHo, where customers used to wait in line to get inside on holiday weekends.

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