Since we are now at the half-way mark for 2010 (can it really be June already? Eep!) I thought why not take a look at three of this year's fashion moments that gave us a bit of a thrill.


I think many of you will agree with me when I say that the collaboration between Lady Gaga and Beyonce was not only music genius, but also created some of the most thrilling fashion moments that we've seen this year so far. Never one to shy away from the highly creative and avant-garde, the hook-up between Gaga and Beyonce burned up our TV screens as they sung and danced their way through two music videos for "Telephone" and "Video Phone". It was a fashion explosion, featuring designs from Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Viktor & Rolf, Thierry Mugler, as well as pieces from Gaga's own label, Haus of Gaga.

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Another moment which gave us a thrill, or chill rather, was when Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, and Annabelle Neilson took to the catwalk at Fashion for Relief to remember their late friend, Alexander McQueen. The show was held in February not long after McQueen died, and became a touching moment to see three of his muses hug while wearing his designs.


At 51, it was a thrill to see Madonna back in front of the lens for Dolce & Gabbana's Spring/Summer 2010 ad campaign. Although she had already fronted Louis Vuitton previous to that, it was great to see the Queen of Pop in a less heavily-airbrushed setting. The simple black-and-white shots focused on Madge's playful and sultry sides. It also lead to her creating an eyewear line with the Italian designers.

Looking for a thrill of your own? Then check out the Mazda's Zoom Zoom Weekend competition for a thrill-seeking adventure. Or take a spin in the Madza MX-5 - once you've had a taste of it, the thrills are harder to find.