Definition of all the go in English:

all the go

phrase

British
dated, informal
  • In fashion.

    • ‘Designer labels and power dressing were all the go.’
    • ‘Feather boas, by the way, and full length evening gloves will be all the go on the social scene this season.’
    • ‘Expansive, grand effects are all the go for the present mo - nobody wants to know about nuts and bolts.’
    • ‘In the 1970s, as many will recall, sociobiology was all the go.’
    • ‘Not only does its very concept paint a picture of happier days gone by, where a slower, simpler way of rural life was all the go.’