voguish

[voh-gish]
adjective
1.
being in vogue; fashionable; chic.
2.
briefly popular or fashionable; faddish.

Origin:
1925–30; vogue + -ish1

voguishness, noun
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vogue (vəʊɡ)
 
n
1.  the popular style at a specified time (esp in the phrase in vogue)
2.  a period of general or popular usage or favour: the vogue for such dances is now over
 
adj
3.  (usually prenominal) popular or fashionable: a vogue word
 
[C16: from French: a rowing, fashion, from Old Italian voga, from vogare to row, of unknown origin]
 
'voguish
 
adj

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But books on voguish subjects threaten to squeeze more conventional scholarship off publishers' lists.
Everything about them is new and voguish excepting the prices which are decidedly commonplace.
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