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You know that fateful scene in the movie Clueless, when Alicia Silverstone’s character Cher walks down the stairs, heading for her date with the guys of her dreams Christian, wearing the tiniest white dress?  And her father says, ‘What are you wearing?’ And she responds, ‘A dress.’ And he says, ‘Says who?’ And she answers,  oh-so-classically ‘Calvin Klein.’ Well THAT dress is up for grabs.

Calvin Klein’s director Fransico Costa, in collaboration with L.A Boutique Confederacy has re-launched the dress, which is on sale at the boutique and online for a steep pricetag of $915, proving the influence of this character’s influence in the fashion world. With that said, Global Grind would like to list some of the most fashionable characters (both past and present) of all time.

CHER HOROWITZ & DIONNE DAVENPORT (CLUELESS)

Plaid skirt suits, fur boa scarves, over the knee socks and stacked shoes galore! These two best friends glorified mid-90’s fashion glam.

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DENISE HUXTABLE (THE COSBY SHOW)

Boho glam was the signature for this eldest Huxtable daughter. Straw hats, floral dresses, and mixed-matched prints created a new look for the 80’s.

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BETTY DAPPER (MAD MEN)

The tailored suits, swing coats, elegant coifs, and all-around perfection is the trend this 1950’s era television show created that had designers running rampant.

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MADONNA (DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN)

Quintessential 80’s glam. Headbands, leggings, studded boots, jackets, red lips, big hair-dos, lacy cropped tops.

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SERENA VAN DER WOODSEN & BLAIR WALDORF (GOSSIP GIRL)

Best friends, worst enemies it doesn’t matter. These to characters are the modern day fashion icons for young adult crowd.

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CHUCK BASS (GOSSIP GIRL)

The only man that made our list, Chuck Bass sets the standard for men worldwide. Bespoke tailored suits, Ferragamo shoes, and custom Brooks Brothers dress shirts. Men, step your game up.

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