Rachel Zoe SNUBBED Again on Time's Top 100 Fashion Icon List!
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Time's released their top 100 most influential fashion icons since 1923, but their list is missing a few of who most people deem the top dogs in style.
The list—which follows behind the annual Time 100 Poll—consists of designer's, models, muses, photogs, editors and stylists—and to save the drama the list isn't ranked, but includes some pretty incredible folk including Lady Gaga, Madonna, Karl Lagerfeld, McQueen, Twiggy, and Michelle Obama just to name a few.
But what strikes a cord to most—is who DIDN'T make the list—And to start it off the Harvard Graduate, Tyra Banks didn't quite measure up according to the mag.
Despite being the first African American woman to land the cover on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, or being the founder of America's next top model— this leading lady didn't make the cut—maybe Time wants her to have a degree from Princeton as well.
And famed celeb photo Terry Richardson wasn't on the Time's top 100, even though he is responsible for some of the best photo shoots we've seen come through our generation.
And talk about snubbed—Rachel Zoe didn't make the cut and this isn't the first list she's been left off of this year. Zoe didn't make The Hollywood Reporters Top 25 either—but her protégé, Brad Goreski sure did—yikes!
I'm Brianna Baxter for Daily Style.
Twiggy is a joke and the being that ruined fashion. She is NOT an icon. She couldn't even maintain the figured that sparked the starvation revolution. She's coasted on looking like a little boy in the 60's... Pathetic.
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