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With no clear indication from online searches, I'm seeking consensus opinion on the grammatically correct way to structure this sentence. Grateful for any assistance:

For centuries, women have styled their hair in all manner of fashion.

For centuries, women have styled their hair in all manner of fashions.

For centuries, women have styled their hair in all manners of fashion.

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Hello, Curator in California, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange.

The phrase "all manner of" is a formal way of saying "many different kinds of" and is always followed by a plural noun.

You can see the definition, as well as several examples, here.

Therefore, you should say:

@Curator in California posted:

For centuries, women have styled their hair in all manner of fashions.

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