As 2015 is about to come to an end, let's recall the biggest fashion moments of the year. Here we enlist the most memorable, talked-about and stand-out instances from the models, brands and runways that made noise in 2015.
A photo posted by Caitlyn Jenner (@caitlynjenner) on Jun 1, 2015 at 10:34am PDT
The 66-year-old reality star debuted her transition when she graced the cover of Vanity Fair in July. According to Harper's Bazaar, it brought monumental moment for all the transgender rights but raised a lot of issues for both pop culture and fashion industries. To recall, "Call Me Caitlyn" has been the television personality's trademark words that broke the Internet.
Lily Rose Depp for Chanel
A photo posted by Lily-Rose Depp (@lilyrose_depp) on Sep 22, 2015 at 11:38am PDT
The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis landed her first fashion campaign with the French luxurious brand just earlier this year. Hence, the 16-year-old star was launched in the front row of Chanel Paris-Salzburg show and promptly became Karl Lagerfeld's favorite, who made her the face of Chanel Eyewear.
Rick Owens Strapped Two Models Together
A photo posted by RICK OWENS ONLINE (@rickowensonline) on Oct 31, 2015 at 9:40am PDT
The 56-year-old fashion designer made noise as he surprised everyone with two models strapped together while walking the runway of his Spring 2016 collection. It went controversial and has been an issue online, but the artist cleared that he was trying to send a subliminal message to encourage women to help and support one another.
Size Doesn't Matter
A photo posted by Ashley Nell Tipton (@ashley_nell_tipton) on Nov 15, 2015 at 8:08pm PST
This year, fashion has been more open for everyone--especially for the plus size. Mashable reported that Lane Bryant launched the campaign #PlusIsEqual on social media to support plus-size women. Also, Project Runway had its first plus-size winner, Ashley Nell Tipton. Hence, this may be the start for the fashion industry to accept all body types.
A photo posted by Burberry (@burberry) on Nov 20, 2015 at 9:17am PST
Burberry Prorsum made its male models don feminine lace shirts on the runway in June. Gender fluidity has been a trend nowadays to look both sexes equally as it was also the theme used by the London Collection Men's fashion show and New York Fashion Week in September.