Fashion Fridays – 2010 Style Highlights

As 2010 comes to a close today, it seems appropriate to reflect on some of the most profound and provocative fashion moments from this year.

On February 11, the fashion industry lost one of the most talented and iconic fashion designers to date. Mr. Alexander McQueen treated fashion as art and created uniquely edgy designs. His fashion legacy has, and will, live on.

Alexander McQueen NYC store after McQueen's death

Fashion elite found a new fashion week home in September at Lincoln Center. While many were apprehensive about the change of venue from Bryant Park, the space proved to be a perfect set-up for designers to show their Spring 2011 collections.

Spring 2011 Fashion Week at Lincoln Center

The Jersey Shore may not be the classiest act, but they certainly know how to make a fashion statement. From tight shirts to micro-mini dresses, their trend influence can’t be fist-pumped outta here.

Jersey Shore cast

Lady Gaga. Need I say more? Some say she’s crazy, but her fashion risks make her a fashion phenomenon. Designers like Armani Prive went gaga to get her in their creations. And, she may wear meat, but she wears it well.

Lady Gaga in a meat creation at the MTV VMA's

It was the proposal heard around the world. When Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement in November, the royal family rejoiced and the world swooned. Now, the question is which designer will create the bride’s wedding-day gown?

Prince William and Kate Middletone engagement

Despite some major celeb break-ups, 2010 also included stars swapping nuptials. Chelsea Clinton, Penelope Cruz, Carrie Underwood and Megan Fox were just a few of the famous females that got hitched in designer duds.

Chelsea Clinton in her Vera Wang wedding dress

Cheers to 2011 and the many fashion moments that are sure to inspire!

  1. She is contrived and ridiculous. Her music sounds like early 90’s gay-bar music; nothing original. Unimpressive and talentless.

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