Vogue is by far one of the most respected fashion magazines in the world and it influences trends constantly, so when they tell us in the December issue of British Vogue cleavage is not fashionable, we sit up and take note!
The evidence is in how many celebrities stepped onto red carpets in 2016 in gowns that cover up their cleavage.
Here some of the outfits worn by these ladies. You decide if this is a trend you like.
Jennifer Lawrence presented herself in classic red at the Golden Globes this year with a conservative high neckline.
Katy Perry was barely recognisable at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Show recently in this high-necked white dress.
Scarlet Johannsen attended the Toronto International Film Festival in an unusual high-neck red chiffon blouse this year.
The Grammy Awards is usually a cleavage fest, and the Queen herself, Beyoncé, usually rocks it. This year, however, she opted for a stylish collared dress instead.
Model Gigi Hadid appeared at the Spike TV’s 10th Annual Guys Choice Awards in an unusually unrevealing high turtleneck dress.
Blake wore a sequenced turtleneck dress to the amfAR New York Gala.
Chrissy Teigen ofSports Illustrated Swimsuitfame is no stranger to revealing cleavage, and yet even she attended the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in a high-neckline gown.
A poll among Vogue readers revealed (pardon the pun) that two thirds of readers enjoy seeing cleavage, and some celebrities are not slaves to the trends.
The cleavage brigade would be incomplete without Kim Kardashian showing off her set, and she didn’t disappoint her fans in this pink dress.
Another Sports Illustrated model, Kate Upton, attended the 50th Anniversary of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, with her cleavage fully on display.