The Nine Most Iconic Pieces of 2015


From those Gucci flats to the Loewe “It” bag, here are the pieces that editors and fashion lovers alike couldn’t get enough of in 2015.


Fashion editors fell in love with these the moment they came down the FW15 runway. They sold out immediately, it seems like everyone owns a pair, and they are hands-down the most comfortable, cozy, and chic shoe of the year.

Photo by Adam Katz Sinding.


It was all about Gucci this year. With new creative director Alessandro Michele at the helm, Gucci’s elegant and romantic floral prints dominated the fall season.

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Beyoncé, Kim K and J. Lo all wore sheer dresses with crystals, feathers, and embroidery details – to the same event, no less. It was the year of the sheer dress, but we can’t wait to see something a little more one-of-a-kind in 2016.

Photo by Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene.


When at least 4 editors in the same office have the same studded Louis Vuitton shoe, it must have been a key piece of the season.

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Girls have been sporting some serious Marques’ Almeida for a few seasons now, but the frayed jean soared to a new height of popularity this year. This may have because a bunch of editors and style stars wore these 3×1 during fashion week, including Danielle Bernstein. They’ve also been spotted on Elle Fanning, and were the jean of 2015.

Photo by Adam Katz Sinding.


Coach has been completely revitalized under the leadership of Stuart Vevers, and his coats for the brand are cozy, fun and chic.

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From the street to the runway and back to the street, the bomber jacket was the key jacket to throw over your shoulders this year. Solid color bombers were popular, as well as embellished or embroidered bombers, like the ones seen at Valentino and here.

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Loewe’s new bag shape felt, well, new. Seen on the arm of multiple street style stars, in multiple colors, this bag was pure street-style bait.

Photo by Adam Katz Sinding.


We saw it at Gucci and Chloe and Aquazurra, and then it was at Zara – which means the entire world was wearing the flat lace up shoe in 2015.

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Everybody loves the idea of the Apple Watch, but for Apple to team up with a brand with such rich heritage – and its own chic watches – is genius. The Hermès Apple watch is the most fashion-forward arm candy to own.

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