Fashion’s most influential women of the decade
We all know of style icons Audrey, Marilyn and Grace; they only need a first name introduction. But who are the modern day women carving their way to an iconic fashion status? Some of them appear on billboards, television screens and magazine covers whilst others make their mark on the fashion industry behind the scenes. These are the women that sit front row at Fashion Week, have designers queuing to dress them and even control what we wear each season.
From catholic school girl to raw pop diva Gaga believes more is definitely more! She breaks every fashion rule yet designers like the late Alexander McQueen admitted in interviews she had become an “unofficial muse” for many of his collections. Her flamboyant ensembles often have a futuristic and playful approach and are a regular reminder that fashion is about expression and fun.
Simply put, she is the woman that controls what top designers will send down the runway each season. Anna’s wardrobe itself isn’t something that modern women will look to for style inspiration but everything that we do look to; she no doubt has something to do with it. She is the Editor-in-Chief at U.S Vogue a style bible for many of us and she works with many major designers.
With countless women naming her as one of their style inspirations it’s fair to say Moss’s trademark cut-off denims and boyfriend blazers belong in most of our closets now. She has the ability to be walking the dog or picking up her daughter from school and still look effortlessly stylish yet every bit the supermodel. Wellies, skull scarves, blazers, skinny jeans and oversized tees are staples for Kate’s everyday look.
The Olsen Twins
Once cute toddlers starring in the television show Full House, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are now known for their fashion collections and style reputations. While Ashley prefers a high-fashion, chic and polished looked Mary Kate is the poster girl for bohemian luxe. Together they have their label The Row that has become increasingly talked about and developed a cult status with their line of sunglasses.