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The WSJ's Top Fashion Moment in 2010 is a Somber One

February 2010's makeshift memorial to Alexander McQueen at his store
February 2010's makeshift memorial to Alexander McQueen at his store

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EVERYWHERE— Congratulations, NYC. Three out of the Wall Street Journal's list of five top fashion moments in 2010 are all about the city. Spoiler alert: their #1 top fashion moment in 2010 was the death of Alexander McQueen and resulting makeshift memorial that sprung up outside his Meatpacking flagship store. The other two highlights? Fashion's Night Out and Fashion Week's move to Lincoln Center. [WSJ]