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6 September, 07:41

Read the sentence from the article. The "limited-edition collection" is an obvious homage to another, similar-looking fashion line. What does the word "homage" in the sentence tell the reader?

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  1. 6 September, 08:10
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    The word "homage" usually refers to a thing that is given as a sign of respect or allegiance. It also refers to a special honour or to respect that is shown publicly. In modern times, when we say that something is an homage to something else, we imply that the item is intended to show a respectful connection and an admiration for something else. Therefore, by using the word "homage" in this sentence, the reader understands that the "limited-collection edition" is intended to show a respectful admiration for a similar-looking fashion line.
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