The correct answer is current fashion.
A. current fashion
The correct answer is (A) current fashion; the prevalent fashion at a particular time; the popular mode, style, or fashion enjoying popularity during a certain period; the style or fashion in favour.
Vogue comes from Old French voguer (to sway).
Examples of use:
- "The new look" was in vogue during the late 50s or early 60s.
- Somewhat later, "nouvelle cusine" became the vogue in food preparation.