10 Fashion Moments That Owned 2015

When Rihanna's girly Grammys dress literally swamped her yet she still looked pretty damn sassy. Definitely not one to try at home but Ri Ri, we salute you!

When Rosamund Pike completely owned red lace at The Oscars. Oh and did we mention this was shortly after she gave birth to her second child?!

When Kim K gave a new meaning to bodycon in a nude latex dress out in London. Not many people can pull this look off but she only went and did!

When Rita Ora left little to the imagination at the Vanity Fair after party in Donna Karan. Girl owned body confidence in front of hundreds of paps. 

And Queen Bey did something similar in this lavish embellished Givenchy number for the Met Gala. Who wins? You decide... 

When Anne Hathaway seemed to take a little Star Wars inspiration in a hooded metallic gold gown in New York. Practical for the red carpet maybe but real life? We're not too sure... 

When Sia literally couldn't see at the Vanity Fair party. Matching not only her entire outfit but to the carpet too. Safe to say, it stuck out for many reasons. 

When Cara Delevingne created a stir by turning up on the red carpet in a fierce jumpsuit and inked arms. Just temporary, it was a new look for the Brit model and proved why we love to keep a watch on her fashion moves. 

When Miley Cyrus made a style statement with slogans in a 'Do It' bubblegum pink dress. We're not sure we will Miley but A for effort on this one -  she's definitely never one to play it safe. 

And finally we're back to Rihanna, because what would a 2015 fashion round-up be without this iconic yellow dress that sparked hundreds of internet memes?! Sure it's a little bit crazy and in your face but every camera was on her. 

So what do we take from this? Maybe don't drag half of your nan's carpet around your shoulders the next time you get invited to a black tie event but try something new. Put that LBD you ALWAYS WEAR to the back of your wardrobe and rock a new trend, whether that's head-to-toe glitz or simply injecting a bit of colour into your life/wardrobe. 

2015: you've taught us lots. Here's to what style moments 2016 will bring... 

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