Who coined the phrase Fashion Police?
In 1986 Saks Fifth Avenue and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio put on an event named "Crimes of Fashion". The event was also held in 1988. Darryl and Darryl from the Newhart Show attended as "Fashion Police", shortly afterwards characters Michael and Stephanie appeared on the sitcom as "Fashion Police". This is the earliest occurrence of this term we can find. Clifford and Peggy Stark chaired the committee and coined this term in 1986.
In 1986 Saks Fifth Avenue and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio put on an event named "Crimes of Fashion". The event was also held in 1988. Daryl and Daryl from the Newhart Show attended as "Fashion Police" shortly afterwards they appeared on the sitcom as "Fashion Police". This is the earliest occurrence of this term we can find. Clifford and Peggy Stark chaired the committee and coined this term in 1986.
To say someone coined a phrase means that he or she first used it or is otherwise credited with its origin. Writer Francis Brett Young coined that particular phrase in 1940.
A coined expression is a phrase that is very popular or one that is used often. A coined expression can also be a new phrase or an existing phrase or word that is used in a new sense.
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Phrase coined by American military strategist and imperialist Alfred Thayer Mahan. Phrase coined by American military strategist and imperialist Alfred Thayer Mahan.
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John L. O'Sullivan, and you can find this information on wikipedia.com if you type in John L. O'Sullivan. You'll also find more information about him and why he coined this phrase.
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The answer is Margaret Sanger.