#TeamCurvy's Fiercest Fashion Moments of the Year

These flawlessy curvy ladies know what they're doing when it comes to style. Check out our favorite looks of the year!

Dominique Hobdy Dec, 17, 2015

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In Mark Zunino at the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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In a blue bodycon dress with peplum detail at the The Paley Center For Media's Hollywood Tribute to African American Achievements in Television in Beverly Hills.

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In Valentino at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards Fox After Party in Los Angeles.

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In a blue and black fringe mini dress at Diddy and Friends #FINNAGETLOOSE MTV VMA After Party at SupperClub Los Angeles in Los Angeles.

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In a green and black embellished dress at the 'Glee' event at the 32nd annual PaleyFest at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. 

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In a black button-front blouse and trousers, and a jacquard blazer at the 'Glee' event at the 32nd annual PaleyFest at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California

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In a flowing peach tunic at the 2015 BET Awards Debra Lee Pre-Dinner at Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

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In a black ruffled jumpsuit at the VH1 Big In 2015 With Entertainment Weekly Awards at Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.

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In a strapless a-line dress with lace detail at the 2015 Ford Neighborhood Awards hosted by Steve Harvey at Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

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In The JD Collection at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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In a flowing fringe tunic and wide-legged jeans at The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.

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In a black off-the-shoulder velvet gown at The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.

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In a sequin gown at the 5th Annual WEEN Awards at Helen Mills Event Space in New York City.

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In a cream embellished dress at the BET's 'Black Girls Rock!' Red Carpet sponsored by Chevrolet at NJPAC – Prudential Hall in Newark, New Jersey.

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In a crimson red dress with ruche details at the ESSENCE 6th annual Black Women in Music Event held at Avalon in Hollywood, California.

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In a sequined jumpsuit at the BET's 'Black Girls Rock!' Red Carpet at NJ Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey.

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In a high-slit red dress with cut outs at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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In a fitted blue velvet gown at Sinatra Voice for A Century Event at David Geffen Hall in New York City.  

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In a tailored jumpsuit at BET's 'Black Girls Rock!' Red Carpet at NJ Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey.

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In Balmain at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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In a cream cut-out sweater while being photographed at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in New York City. 

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In a white blazer dress at the 2015 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party at Fig & Olive Melrose Place in West Hollywood, California.

23 of 26 Earl Gibson/BET/Getty Images for BET

In a blush pink jumpsuit at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards at the Orleans Arena  in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

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In a strapless white dress at the 2015 ESSENCE Festival in New Orleans.

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In a silver full-skirt gown at the 46th annual NAACP Image Awards on February 6, 2015 in Pasadena, California. 

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Ava DuVernay has always been an outspoken advocate for Black filmmakers, but now, the Selma director is expanding her reach. DuVernay announced that  her film distribution company, the African-Americans Film Festival Releasing Movement, which typically caters to Black filmmakers, would be expanding its reach to release movies from female directors as well as directors of color. [The Wrap]