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As we are getting ready to enter a new decade, we look back one more time before the new year. Here are some of the top things in fashion that mark the end of the 2010 decade.

Athleticwear only gained popularity through this decade and even transformed into the fashion trend of athleisure. Sure you can wear cute gym clothes without needing to go to the gym, but athleisure just gave you one more reason to work it. Relaxed tanks, leggings, and joggers are trending hard thanks to the athleisure trend with many brand drawing inspiration from casual wear and giving it a sleek upgrade.

Royal Style Inspo
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, better known by their royal titles of the Duchess of Sussex and Cambridge, served some serious style inspo and made royal fashion truly iconic. Their simple yet sleek style choices are perfectly elegant for any occasion and are sure to turn heads. They also serve some looks inspired by the late Princess Diana, bringing back her timeless style choices with a modern twist.

Virgil Abloh
Abloh is considered the equivalent to Lagerfeld in the sense that his direction is evolving the luxury brand to new heights. In the 80s Chanel was seeing a downward decline from its former glory and needed to revive the brand with a new direction, in comes Karl Lagerfeld.

Lagerfeld restored Chanel’s position as a luxury brand, much like Abloh. Louis Vuitton’s primary focus was in women’s fashion and fine handbags but with Abloh’s creative input, he’s making a big name for the men’s division at Louis Vuitton.

Insane Runways
The last decade provided some stiff competition for fashion shows to come, with designers going above and beyond to make some truly memorable runway moments. Fendi celebrated their 90th-anniversary fashion show in 2016, creating a clear runway in Rome’s Trevi Fountain.

The late Chanel creative director, Karl Lagerfeld, hosted the most transformative runway show of the decade for the Chanel Spring-Summer 2019 Ready-to-Wear show in Paris’ Grand Palais. They literally created an indoor beach that was so realistic, most of the close-up runway photos look like it’s an actual outdoor beach, which is no easy feat in the middle of metropolitan Paris.

Streetwear dominated high fashion over the last decade, with more designers drawing influence or teaming up with streetwear brands. The streetwear brand Supreme is booming in popularity and even worked with Louis Vuitton for a collaboration collection, only making them more popular and sought-after.

Dior just released a limited-edition Air Jordan sneaker with Nike and Prada is teaming up with Adidas. More high-end brands are focusing on sneakers for their shoe collections, drawing inspiration from streetwear brands with a luxury twist.

Saving the best for last, Karl Lagerfeld
The fashion industry experienced a big loss this year with the passing of Chanel’s creative director, Karl Lagerfeld. Although he’s German, Lagerfeld was known for being the epidemy of French fashion. Keeping true to the French heritage of the luxury brand didn’t come easy, Lagerfeld worked for a variety of French luxury fashion houses including Chloe and Balmain.

Lagerfeld started as artistic director of Chanel in 1983 and even created the interlocking “CC” monograph that the brand is known for now. The world mourned the loss of the fashion icon but with his passing his named successor, Virginie Viard, is carrying on his innovative vision for Chanel.