The rakish fellow you met last night with the suave dance moves, smoothly rehearsed lines, and your number listed as “Goddess #14” in his phone is fine for a flirt, but probably isn’t meet-the-parents material.
Used as an adjective to describe a dashing ladies’ man or a streamlined ship, rakish comes from the fusing of rake + -ish. He is stylishly handsome and prone to saucy, fast behavior. Synonyms include charming, flashy, and immoral.
Wednesday, 6 November 2013
New articles for Spashion
A whole host of new fashion writing for the magazine Spashion are now online.
Covering a wide array of subjects from art, to golf and of course, fashion, head to the below links to have a read of the articles in full.