" is a term which refers to the idea of an imaginary police
force that make sure that people dress according to fashion
. The term is jokingly used for self-appointed individuals who criticise
others wear, and thereby those others' fashion sense. The term can sometimes be used in a disparaging sense, holding that the fashion police have a narrow, rigid or uncreative sense of style or propriety, or it can be used with approval of what the presumed judgment of the fashion police would be if present ("Somebody call the fashion police!"), if the speaker believes someone has committed a fashion faux pas
Us Weekly magazine has a popular section titled Fashion Police, where comedians poke fun at celebrity fashion disasters.