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The 10 best fashion moments of 2014

The 10 best fashion moments of 2014

Crisis, and normcore Kardashian-Jenner family. 2014 was their year. But it was also much more.

Summer is spent among buckets of ice bucket challenge, girls held their breath to wear to better crop top and millions of people who digitavano on Google the term "normcore" wondering what the hell that meant.

Pharrell and his giant hat did sing Happy in the world, meanwhile, the Hollywood star is snapped a mega Selfie group Oscars, while Jared Leto Shagged with the new star of the red carpet Lupita Nyong'o.


The Brangelina are finally married, followed by their friend Clooney, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin instead left, so for a while he is consoled himself with Jennifer Lawrence, all while Banderas was fleeing from his wife Melanie for the sake of the hen Rosita.

We lost great artists such as  Robin Williams and Oscar de la Renta and hoped to leave us too our mark on the world.

While Barbie was returning protagonist, we have seen the birth of a new generation of activists, strong women who demand their rights.

It was the year in which Kendall Jenner, sister of the most famous Kim, stole the scepter of best model girlfriend Cara Delevingne, but also one that has transformed Beyonce and Rihanna in designer.

In 2014 we have seen and experienced it all. The fashion also. Many designers have changed brand, they did make a trip through the ages, '60s,' 90s, '70s, combined fashion and sports, and tried to convince you to go around with a blanket was cool.

Here are our best 10 fashion moments.

1. Lena Dunham on the cover of Vogue.

It is not beautiful, not slim, but it's super cool. He is convinced that even Anna Wintour chose her as the protagonist of the February cover of Vogue. The site Jezebel accuses her of having folded photoshop proud of herself and she replies: "I never felt bullied into anything; I felt really happy because they dressed me and styled me in a way that really reflects who I amÖ I havenít been keeping track of all the reactions, but I know some people have been very angry about the cover and that confuses me a little. I donít understand why, Photoshop or no, having a woman who is different than the typical Vogue cover girl, could be a bad thing."

2. Hello, goodbye, goodbye.

2014 was a constant coming and going of designers. Nicolas Ghesquière and Jason Wu are respectively landed by Louis Vuitton and Hugo Boss. Jean Paul Gaultier said goodbye to the ready-to-wear with the spectacular parody of a beauty contest, while Marco Zanini, after only two collection, abandoned Schiaparelli. So did Peter Copping at Nina Ricci and Guillaume Henry with Nina Ricci.

In house Martin Margiela Matthieu Blazy  has traded places with the revived John Galliano, and he went from Celine.

Not enough? Gucci loses at once creative director and managing director, Frida Giannini and Patrizio di Marco.

3. At Margiela Has a star born.

It was the biggest news of the year commented: behind the collections of Margiela's (not anymore) Matthieu Blazy.

You can not keep a hidden talent. Suzy Menkes is convinced and reveals to the world from the pages of Vogue, which is the young designer from the fashion house's creative Belgian. And so sends belly up years of communication strategy focused on anonymity.

4. Kim breaks the Internet.

It's her  year. She's the star of Instagram and now the wife of Kanye West.

The two were married in a ceremony in Florence Pharaonic and they even managed to convince Lady Wintour to be put on the April cover of American Vogue. But Kim is not satisfied and, naked with a glass of champagne supported imposing sit on Paper Magazine has flooded the web.

5. Chanel supermarket.

The complaint fashion obsession for consumerism. Karl Lagerfeld creates a dazzling set-supermarket for the autumn / winter 2014 Chanel. Models paraded between lanes by shopping carts and filling of products, from milk to soap, from eggs to cans, all strictly branded with the double C.

6. The return of Galliano.

The fashion world forgives John Galliano. After three years of exile result of the scandal racist and expulsion from Dior, the enfant terrible returns. Since October is the new artistic director of Maison Martin Margiela. La maison abandon anonymity and choose a designer controversial, but by the very talented.

7. Savage Beauty.

Alexander McQueen is now back in London with his Savage Beauty, an exhibition curated by Claire Wilcox, already made in 2011 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY and that on March 14 will arrive at the Victoria & Albert Museum. It will be a celebration of his art and with sixteen thousand tickets already sold is the exhibition of the year, although not yet started.

"Lee was a genius and a true visionary who has redefined the boundaries, challenged and inspired. He believed in creativity and innovation, and his talent was unlimited," says Sarah Burton, creative director from 2010 to Alexander McQueen. Seeing is believing.

8. Moschino: thanks Jeremy Scott.

The Italian brand back to success under the leadership of Jeremy Scott. He brings the catwalk fast food and barbie, the fashion world falls and hundreds of fashionistas vie pieces coolest. And 'sales boom.

9. Alexander Wang for H & M.

The American designer marks a turning point in the history of the collaborations of the Swedish brand. For the first time Wang is not limited to revisit its cult items, but creates a real line dedicated to sportswear. It 'a success.

10. American Apparel dismisses Dov Cheney.

What would American Apparel without sex? Only a company that sells T-shirts and sweatshirts.

Dov Charney who in 1989 founded AA, molding it on his extravagant personality and oversexed, knows this well.

Long been the center of controversy and repeatedly accused of sexual harassment, this year has been fired. He 's back then in July, as a consultant, to be again left home a few days ago. It will be the right time?