the new rage; the latest fad or trend, esp. in fashion
Outsourcing is the "new black."
Whether it's breathless coverage of the new black Panthers, or reports of vote buying in Mississippi, recent examples abound.
Consider Laverne Cox, the Emmy-nominated Orange Is the new black actress.
Lorraine Toussaint explains the psyche behind Vee, the Orange Is the new black character we love to hate.
Taking short cuts is passé and transparency is the new black.
Over the course of an hour, we chatted about her journey to Orange Is the new black and much more.
Then she raised her veil, loosed the buttons of her new black coat, and began to draw off her gloves.
One of them contained my new black grenadine with the Spanish lace.
The mother appeared at the funeral in a new black silk dress!
McGregor sat at the head of the coffin dressed in a new black suit.
I had said I would be housemaid in her place, so she had sallied forth, all new black and gratified grins.