In recent months, fashion has been dominated by the fashion industry’s biggest stars.
In February, the fashion world’s biggest name was crowned the next “Queen of the World” by British media.
But in the past decade, the world has seen a rise in other superstars stepping into the spotlight, from singer Beyonce to rapper Lil Wayne.
Here is a look back at the fashion history of the world’s top models, stars and fashion icons.
TOP ARTIST In January, the top model in the world, Brazilian superstar Ana Lily Amirpour, revealed her first major fashion statement with a collection of pieces that have become known as the “Lilies of War” collection.
In May, Australian singer Lil Wayne wore a floral shirt adorned with the phrase “Love is Love” and a “Proudly American” hat to a US Fashion Week event.
He also wore a pair of sunglasses, a leather jacket and a gold-and-white shirt.
In July, American singer Beyoncé took to the runway in a floral white and blue shirt with a large star in the shape of a heart.
Her “Love Is Love” collection has since sold out.
She also recently unveiled her next collection in collaboration with designer Karl Lagerfeld.
In November, American actress Kate Upton posted a floral gown with the word “Love” and the slogan “We Are Forever”.
The outfit was inspired by the “Love on the Run” film.
On Monday, singer Ariana Grande revealed a “Love Me Like You” gown inspired by her hit “Style”.
A few days later, British singer Adele also revealed her latest fashion statement, wearing a gown and sunglasses while holding a bouquet of flowers.
“I am very proud of the way I have been able to put together a collection which really resonates with the American consumer,” Adele told the BBC.
A few weeks later, fashion photographer Ashley West said she wanted to make a statement with her latest collection.
“When you look at the number of people out there in their 20s and 30s looking for that new look, I think it’s great for people to look at,” West said.
In October, the singer Katy Perry also revealed a floral dress inspired by “Love and Hip Hop”, a collaboration with Calvin Klein.
The “Love & Hip Hop” collection sold out on September 21.
In January 2016, American musician Drake revealed a black gown inspired in part by his hit song “Hotline Bling” and another by Adidas.
The designer, Yves Saint Laurent, was not available for comment at the time.
The pop star’s “Hot line Bling”, which featured the song “Run This Town”, has sold over 6 million copies worldwide and is currently the most sold music album in the US.