1. John Galliano's downfall.
2. Kate Middleton's Alexander McQueen wedding dress. Remember all the speculations? It was really the most well-kept secret in an age of superfluous information.
3. Alexander McQueen's "Savage Beauty". It was the Metropolitan Museum of Art's most successful fashion exhibit in history.
4. The Carine Roitfeld scandal. Did she get fired? Did she quit? Why?
5. Missoni for Target. And Target's website crashing at the very release of the range.
6. Bill Cunningham New York. The documentary about the street style photographer way before The Sartorialist.
7. Kate Moss's wedding.
8. Marc Jacob's stolen spring 2012 collection en route from Paris.
9. Death of Elizabeth Taylor.
10. Versace for H&M.
11. Christian Dior's sloppy haute couture mess. Granted, I’m observing, much like you, from my laptop thousands of miles away and thus the intricacies of the gowns are lost on me. Still, with haute couture, particularly with , there should be a brilliance that shines through in spite of the viewer’s distance or technical knowledge!
12. Emma Watson, style icon.
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