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Store Owners and Designers Remember the Greatest Fashion Moments of 2015

As the end of 2015 approaches and 2016 sits on the horizon, we've tapped a handful of reputable fashion friends to weigh in on this year's greatest hits (and misses) — it's the Year in Racked. This time, we asked about this year's moments in fashion they’ll never forget.

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Michelle Smith, fashion designer, Milly: "Attending the CFDA Awards with Hannah Davis."

Whitney Pozgay, fashion designer, Whit: "Cher in the Marc Jacobs fall 2015 ad campaign."

Alicia Yoon, owner, Peach and Lily: "Rihanna at the Met Ball this year. She knows how to make an entrance. And bonus points for wearing a Chinese designer!"

Cynthia Sakai, jewelry designer, Vita Fede: "Caitlyn Jenner using her moment on the cover of Vanity Fair to shed light on an important social issue and start a widespread conversation about issues facing the transgender community."

Rebecca Perkins, makeup artist and owner, Rouge: "I die for the red carpet at the Met Gala."

Jessica Schiffer, senior online editor, V Magazine: "Alessandro Michele, ‘nuff said."

Desiree Verdejo, owner, Vivrant Beauty: "The Urban Bush Babe twins have always been fashionable favorites but when I came across their cover and spread in Conde Nast Traveller UK, in one of my all-time favorite places, Palm Springs, with dramatic coordinated looks complete with luxe headwraps and ornate updos, I almost dropped my phone. It was just too good to view everything in one sitting."