2018 is almost in sight, which basically means it’s about time we dig into 2017’s fashion archives and pay our due respect to the best and most outrageous fashion moments of the year. Basically, if it was talked about, you will find it on this list. Good, bad, ugly or horrendous, this list has got it all, only this time, we’re taking the International route.
The fashion moments were in short ‘UNFORGETTABLE’. It’s time to go back in memory lane and take a look at the most unforgettable fashion moments of 2017. Sit back, breathe and inhale all the confusing sartorial moments you’re favorite A-listers brought to you, all through 2017.
Bella Hadid is known for her daring and on-point style. But this risqué Ralph and Russo gown at Cannes Film Festival pretty much took the cake. Just when you thought you’ve seen it all, leave to the Bella Hadid to step out in this ‘naked’ dress. The custom nude illusion tulle gown with draped pleating and high split leg, elaborately hand embroidered with crystals, made everyone wonder if this supermodel is naked or not!
If you though her Cannes Film Festival naked dress left very little to the imagination, then it’s time to scratch that thought and think again. Bella Hadid bowled us once again at this year’s Met Gala. The model's sheer Alexander Wang jumpsuit clearly wasn’t a walk in the park. We’ve all heard of clothes being stitched, but a celeb being sewn into a gown is a first! Yes, Bella Hadid was literally sewn into this daring and bold jumpsuit. What are your thoughts on this, people?
Beyoncé Knowles, Queen of Hollywood was seen channeling her inner goddess at the Grammy’s this year. Beyoncé set the stage on fire (fully pregnant) wearing an actual halo, giving you a gentle reminder of who actually rules the world! We hear you, Beyoncé!
Let’s bow down to the Queen!
Let’s hear it for Rihanna who takes dressing up very, very seriously. The singer was seen strictly following the avant-garde theme at this year’s Met Gala. Rihanna was clad in Rei Kawakuba’s Fall 2016 look and lace-up heels. Met Gala or not, Riri without a doubt knows how to make a statement.
When the Hadid sisters have been slaying it on the red-carpet, our much-loved Jenner sister’s be left behind! Kendall, just like Bella, left very little to the imagination in her see-through dress at the Met Gala. Yes, there was a lot of skin on display, including her La Perla G-string. Fashion faux pas or a new trend in town, we leave that decision up to you!
Let’s hear it for Rita Ora who literally SHUT.IT.DOWN at this year’s European Music Award. The singer who had eight outfit changes made a banging appearance in a bathrobe, at the red-carpet. With Riri gracing the cover of Vogue in a towel-turban and Rita coming out in her robe, bath leisure is surely a ‘thang’. So, the next time you’re out of your shower and in no mood to play dress up, you know what to surprise your friends in!
You can’t have Bella without a Gigi, can you? While Bella was busy painting the town red in her naked dresses, sissy Gigi was channeling her inner Elle Woods. With millennial pink the color of 2017, Gigi Hadid went all out, looking like a true Millennial Barbie. Clad in metallic pink flared pantsuit from Kriest and Aquazzura platform sandals, Gigi was the perfect fit for the newly released TommyXGigi Barbie doll.
If Rihanna’s Met Gala look blew your mind, Cara Delevingne just went a step ahead, more like futuristic, and painted her bald head silver.
P.S: She bedazzled it, as well!
Katy Perry’s known for outrageous and over-the-top costumes. But this Maison Margiela ensemble at the Met Gala was the highlight of 2017, at least for us. Clearly, this outfit didn’t quite fit the bill for Katy, as she went ahead and completed her look with a red silk tulle veil, polished headpiece, and red boots.
Is it a bird, is it an Alien? No, it’s Katy Perry and Carra Delevingne at the Met Gala Red Carpet.
Last but not the least, no list can be complete without Kimmye on it. Kim Kardashian went shirtless at the recent LACMA Art + Film Gala. Kanye’s wifey who’s known for her risqué and bold avatars, stepped out in a Tom Ford suit, minus the shirt.