Fashion Is Funny: A Look Back at Saturday Night Live's Best Fashion Impersonations

We may or may not have shed a tear during Kristen Wiig's "Ruby Tuesday" send-off that capped this weekend's Saturday Night Live season finale. Saturda
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We may or may not have shed a tear during Kristen Wiig's "Ruby Tuesday" send-off that capped this weekend's Saturday Night Live season finale. Saturda
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We may or may not have shed a tear during Kristen Wiig's "Ruby Tuesday" send-off that capped this weekend's Saturday Night Live season finale. Saturday's show marked the comedienne's bittersweet final performance at Studio 8H (until she inevitably/thankfully comes back as a guest host). While we can't wait to see more of her hilarious Bridesmaids-esque antics on the big screen, we're going to miss all her insane characters she's portrayed since she went to work for Lorne Michaels. (There she is as Lana Del Rey, left).

Anyway, since first debuting on NBC in 1975, SNL has served as one of the most on-point and respected places for silly social commentary: You haven't made it unless they've made fun of you, and no one is spared-- including the oft easily-impersonated cast of characters that is the fashion crowd. Over the years, we've seen the players poke fun at everyone from Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen going undercover at their manufacturing facility to Ralph Lauren with designer's block. They might not always be the most realistic, but we really like believing that Donatella Versace and her bevy of attractive, shirtless men actually did watch the Super Bowl with the Beckhams. I mean, no one's actually denied it...

Click through for some of our favorite SNL fashion impersonations of all-time. Which ones were your favorites?