The 2013 Style 100: The Best Looks and Trends of the Year
Restraint? So 2012, Hal Rubenstein writes in InStyle's December issue. No where was this more evident than on the runway, where designers showed off brazen colors, bold graphics, and lots of leather. What's more, we couldn't get enough of the drama on TV (hello, Scandal), the big screen (like in Baz Luhrmann's deco-drenched film, The Great Gatsby), and in our newsfeeds. (The term "twerking" blew up so much it was added to the Oxford Dictionaries Online.) Frankly, we're surprised we were able to narrow it all down to just 100 moments.
From royal maternity clothes and orange lips to green nails and selfies, see the looks, trends, and pop culture moments that defined 2013. If you don't want to miss a thing next year, subscribe to InStyle now to keep up with all the fashion, hair, makeup, and style trends you'll need to know about in 2014.
No.1. Reese Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton
No.2. Tilda Swinton in Chanel
NO.3. Gatsby’s Razzle-Dazzle
NO.4. A Surfeit of Selfies
NO.6. Design Your Own Manolos
NO.7. Céline Plaid
NO.8. Phillip Lim Hits Target
NO.9. Kerry Kicks Up a ‘Scandal’
As Olivia Pope, Kerry Washington shines in a role as delicious as her real-life smile. She’s chic too, dressed in the likes of Burberry, Escada, Gucci, Michael Kors, and Tom Ford. See more of her onscreen looks, and get insider info on the thought process behind each from the show’s costume designer.
NO.10. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Host the Globes
NO.12. Anne Hathaway in Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci
NO.14. Kate Bumps Up Maternity Style
NO.15. NPH’s Tony Style
NO.16. Anna Faris in ‘Mom’
NO.17. Kelly Clarkson Is ‘O Beautiful’
NO.18. Lucy Liu in Carolina Herrera
NO.19. Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta
At the 2013 Oscars, Adams—nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in ‘The Master’—chose a gorgeous gown with a beaded bodice and tulle-embellished skirt. See more of our favorite looks from Oscar night.
NO.20. The Bulgari Serpent Watch
NO.21. Quvenzhané Wallis and Emmanuelle Riva
NO.22. Cronut Madness
NO.23. The White Tuxedo
NO.24. Rainbow Leather
NO.25. Animal Patterns
NO.26. Modern Florals
NO.27. Graphic Black and White
NO.28. Flame Dresses
NO.29. On Our Lips
NO.30. Liz’s Gems
NO.31. The New Fred and Ginger?
NO.32. Dior’s Florals
NO.33. “Blurred Lines”
NO.34. Jane Fonda in Atelier Versace
NO.35. My, How They’ve Grown
NO.36. A Vote for Fashion
NO.37. Royal Bow
NO.38. Liberty and Marriage for All
NO.39. Duffle Shuffle
NO.40. All Lacquered Up
NO.41. “Orange Is the New Black”
It’s not the shade of the prison garb that rivets us. In this Netflix series, create Jenji Kohan populates a world behind bars with heartbreaking and hilarious women who are unforgettable. As addicting as the series is, there’s one thing series star Taylor Schilling wants less of: the color orange in her wardrobe.
NO.42. Rose Byrne in Calvin Klein Collection
NO.43. Julianna Margulies in Reed Krakoff
‘The Good Wife’ actress branched out in white column gown with black vine-like accents at the 2013 Emmys. See some of our favorite looks from her Emmy-nominated show.
NO.44. Elisabeth Moss in Andrew Gn
NO.45. Let Your iPod Catch Some Rays
NO.46. Prada’s Striped Dress
NO.47. Justin Brings Justin Back
NO.48. Marc Jacobs Leaves L.V.
NO.49. Brave and Beautiful Angelina Jolie
NO.51. Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors
NO.52. Beyonce Runs the World
NO.53. Michelle Dockery in Prada
NO.54. Mila Kunis in Dolce & Gabbana
NO.55. Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph Lauren Collection
NO.56. Lego My Clutch!
NO.57. Mariah Carries It Off
NO.59. MoMA’s “Rain Room”
NO.60. Karlie Kloss
NO.61. Oprah Winfrey
For the cover of ‘O’ magazine’s hair issue, the media icon donned a wig weighing more than 3 pounds. She said via Twitter, “Love this cover so much, I’m making it my new avatar.”