The "movie star" stranded on Gilligan's Island still managed to look chic for every occasion thanks to a seemingly endless supply of evening gowns and swimsuits.
As Mary Richards, Mary Tyler Moore embodied the original working girl, with a wardrobe of pleated mini skirts, shift dresses and pantsuits to match—don't forget the elegantly-tied silk scarf to complete the look.
The queen of snark defined '80s glamour with a wardrobe full of fur, ruffles, lamé and shoulder pads. A lot of shoulder pads.
The Huxtable family bohemian, Denise played with color, prints and a wide array of hairstyles during The Cosby Show's eight-year run.
Like Alexis Colby, Hilary had a knack for showing of her shoulders. Besides padded jackets, the eldest Banks daughter favored cut-out sleeves and shoulder-baring dresses, usually topping off her look with a killer hat.
Friends' resident fashion fan landed plum jobs at Bloomingdale's, Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton during the sitcom's 10-year run, and her signature haircut inspired women across the country to chop their hair.
With a closet stocked with labels and a penchant for expensive shoes (she's credited with making Manolo Blahnik a household name), Carrie Bradshaw defined the term "shopping addict." Today, her Patricia Field-curated wardrobe still incites lust, 16 years after it made its HBO debut.
Though Mad Men earned its fashion cred through the impeccable wardrobes of Betty Francis and Joan Holloway, Megan Calvet's arrival in season four heralded the inexorable transition of 1960s fashion from prim and ladylike to bold and brash. Plus, who could forget the black minidress the new Mrs. Draper donned for her performance of "Zou Bisous Bisous" from the season five premiere?
Olivia Pope keeps controversy at bay in sharp suits and no-nonsense neutrals, always paired with a killer bag.