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A person with pathology caused by dressing á haute couture (e.g., high heels, which increase degenerative joint disease of the feet), i.e., a person victimised by fashion

fashion victim

Orthopedics A person with pathology 2º to dressing á haute couture–eg, high heels, which ↑ DJD of the feet–ie, person victimized by fashion Vox populi A popular term for a person who feels to compelled to dress á haute couture–ie, a victim of fashion. See Degenerative joint disease.
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