A stoutish woman out of a Paris fashion-plate came trotting across the room, smiling in welcome: "Meester Rosythe!"
However, I value it less as a work of art than as a fashion-plate.
The subaltern opposite, however, was immaculate as the fashion-plate of a Sackville Street tailor.
Never had they promenaded so proudly to martial music or waltzed so perspiringly with the fashion-plate officers whom they adored.
She looked like a fashion-plate in a tailored gown and handsome hat.
Think of the lather of the modern novel, and the fashion-plate men and women that figure in it!
Clothes like a fashion-plate—got any fashion-plates in Chaudiere?
She consults the fashion-plate oftener than her Bible; she visits the dry-goods shop and the milliner oftener than the church.
Herewith is a photographic reproduction of this fashion-plate.
Over the little white bed hung the fashion-plate that he had mended, in the pasteboard frame he had manufactured for it.
A well-dressed person, esp a stylish one: The present-day racketeer is a veritable fashion plate (1920s+)