The popularity of the stage ballet intensified a vogue for social dancing and for the staging of private divertissements in the homes of the nobility and the bourgeoisie.
Colleagues in the fields of literature and film will likewise draw our attention to the vogue for sequels and prequels based on works written by others long after the involvement of the original author.
Collectors and antiquarians were largely responsible for the vogue for collecting antiquities that took root in the eighteenth century.
His brilliant, fluid landscape sketches in oils and watercolour were inspirational and he helped create avogue for ‘troubadour’ subjects.
Florida is responsible for the vogue notion that the growth and prosperity of modern cities are fuelled by the ‘creative class’, and the extent to which a city caters for their tastes and interests.
But despite the thrills of modern technology, today the vogue for antique timepieces is big business, with collectors spending serious money on complex, hand-crafted gems.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, there was a vogue for the building of follies on the estates of landowners.
There is something of a vogue at the moment for producing regional and global environmental histories.
But what is the real impact on the home front of our obsession with fashionable and vogue trends?
Bellbottoms, beads and long hair will be back in vogue for a night of hippie nostalgia in the Ridgepool Hotel on Saturday night week next, October 30th.
In the late ’80s, the miniskirt became very stylish, and nowadays, clothes that expose the shoulders, the back and sometimes the belly are in vogue .
This created a vogue for such biographies in which the fictional element became progressively greater until the world saw the emergence of a new genre – the novel.
This system, in vogue during the colonial era, enabled the colonial powers to carve out their own commercial spheres of influence in the countries within their imperial domain.
After his sojourn at Versailles, he brought with him a vogue for French and Continental cuisine.
To be honest, when I first got involved with the show, it wasn’t really vogue or cool to be an analyst on TV.
Preservation of old growth forest wasn’t in vogue at the time, according to Graham.
The Hyacinth enjoyed a vogue in the 18th and early 19th centuries, grown not only indoors and out but used as ornaments for women’s fashions and even as a pharmaceutical.
During the 1890s there was a vogue for things Spanish that encompassed everything from music and dancing to flamenco dresses.
Incentives were in vogue even in the early 1950s.
There was a brief vogue for black brick in the 60s, and all the buildings looked just like this.
Sharp tailored suits are very much in vogue at the moment.
Mostly, the ‘girl crush’ seems to be a vogue phrase for something that has been around for a long time: a fawning but nonsexual interest one woman has in another.
The latest fashion is to team cardamom up with chocolate, so it’s a vogue ingredient for France’s top chocolatiers.
Nowadays, with e-commerce in vogue , flowers, cards and all sorts of gifts can be purchased and dispatched through a wireless network to the other part of the world.
By the 1980s people were sick of chemicalised foods, and a vogue for real bread, real beer and organic products grew up.
It initiated a vogue for revenge theatre that lasted for decades, and it shares many elements with the greatest of all revenge tragedies, Hamlet.
There was a vogue for animal painting in Munich at this time, but Marc’s approach was radically different to that of any of his contemporaries.
Apparently there was a vogue for mandolins when she was a young girl, and she had one.
As for the situation in the 1940s, according to the vogue standards of the day, a gentleman should equip himself with a soft felt hat, a business suit, a shirt, and a pair of shoes.
Trash cinema has become the vogue topic for film scholars.