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5 Most Iconic Fashion Moments | 17 Years of FashionTV
Posted on 1st April 2014 | FashionTV News
FashionTV hits 17 years! And to celebrate we take a look back at 5 iconic moments in fashion… remember these?
Whether it’s the world’s most glamorous red carpet occasions or the most sensational VIP parties, world exclusive fashion shows, top model photo shoots and more — we were on hand to bring you all the news and entertainment first!
1. Victoria’s Secret Million Dollar Fantasy Bra
The most expensive was recorded at a whopping $12.5 million first in 2001 and again in 2005, and in 2013 it was Angel Candice Swanepoel that was honored with an equally impressive $10 million jewel-encrusted bra dubbed the “Royal Fantasy Bra.” The bra is famously worn at the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
2. Kate Moss’ First Playboy Cover
What a way to celebrate your 40th birthday — supermodel style — only with your first ever Playboy cover. Kate Moss vocalised throughout her career that Playboy was one publication that would not be getting a piece of her; that was, until she turned 40 and helped the magazine celebrate its 60th anniversary with a fabulous cover and saucy editorial.
3. Michael Jackson Tribute by Philip Treacy
The King of Pop and his iconic costumes were honored by the world’s most revered milliner Philip Treacy at London Fashion Week with an all-black cast, real Jackson jackets, and some jaw-dropping headwear.
4. Yasmin Le Bon wears 110 Pound Gown at Stephane Rolland Show
Inspired by an artist who worked with heavy materials to include aluminium and concrete, French designer Stephane Rolland created a Spring 2012 collection that was inspired by similar materials. Supermodel Yasmin Le Bon ended the show wearing a staggering 110 pound silk red jersey dress adorned with metal plates and a 147 foot train.
5. World’s Highest Ever Fashion Show!
Want to see something mind blowing? Welcome to the world’s highest catwalk: standing an extreme 4,000 feet above the Colorado River on the Grand Canyon Skywalk! If you’re afraid of heights, look away NOW!