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There's no denying it was Ariana Grande's year. Need proof? She's Billboard's 2018 Woman of the Year, her summer fling dominated newsfeeds and her subsequent "Thank U, Next" hit single broke records — the music video racked up the most views ever on a YouTube video in 24 hours. That's not to mention that the "God is a Woman" singer is nominated for best pop solo performance and best pop vocal album for the 2019 Grammys.
The pop star's style is as iconic as her vocals — Grande is known for long sweatshirt dresses, thigh-high boots and ponytails. But her style has been evolving since she came into the spotlight in 2008, and over the years has sparked a few cries of Latino cultural appropriation; she's not Latina, she says, but Italian (specifically, part Abruzzo and part Sicilian).
This year, standouts include when Grande graced the Met Gala in a custom Vera Wang gown and wore a warrior-inspired metallic minidress at the VMAs, alongside then-fiance Pete Davidson (Grande is currently styled by Law Roach, whose other clients include Mary J. Blige, Zendaya and Tiffany Haddish).
Here's a look back at Grande's fashion looks each year in the past decade.
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