As the year draws to a close, we shout out the celebs who killed the fashion game in 2016.
Dapper in Gucci at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in October.
Killing it at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala in the dress that inspired several “teeth as confetti” memes.
The pint-sized “Stranger Things” actor loves a great bowtie.
The soon to be two-time mama slays at the ESPYs.
The Houston Rockets center rocks a suit courtside.
The Chicago Bulls shooting guard never met a fashion show front row he didn’t like.
The “Haute Living” cover boy never misses a chance to flex.
The “Being Mary Jane” star rocks the red carpet at the Body at the ESPYs pre-party.
The East Atlanta Santa’s glow up is real on stage at his homecoming concert.
The championship winning Cavalier knows his way around a deconstructed tuxedo.
The singer and actress is resplendent at the “Hidden Figures” advance screening in Atlanta.
Slim-cut pinstripes look good on the young Lakers player.
The actress is stunning in sheer lace at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 8th annual Governors Awards.
Their FLOTUS could never.
The Giants wide receiver stands out in every crowd.
The “A Seat at the Table” singer shines at the Met Costume Gala.
Yes to Taraji on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”!
The singer flaunts the body that launched a million workout plans this year.
The “Black-ish” star kills it at the Marc Jacobs Spring 2017 New York City show.
The Giants player loves a good tailored suit.
The actress, singer and activist has a knack for sleek outfits, too.
Her look defines “boho chic.”
The actress is Technicolor at the Met Costume Gala.
Blue is all kinds of gorgeous as she preps for the MTV Video Music Awards.
Kanye and Kim’s babygirl has expensive taste.
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