Kate Moss' black long-sleeved dress for Topshop was named Dress of the Year by the Bath Fashion Museum. The UK museum has the world's biggest collection of historical fashion and announced Kate's award while unveling past winners, too. Marni, 2003, Prada, 2006 and a Giles Deacon from 2007 - all of which will be exhibited through September The honor's usually bestowed upon designers like John Galliano and Jean Paul Gaultier which means that even design awards are getting recession friendly. One of the judges explained, "2008 is likely to be seen by our children as a watershed moment - the end of a glittering party...Circumstances demand we become wiser now," which we get. And yet this is still fashion, and despite our endless love for all things Kate and most things Topshop, there's no way that's the dress of this year. Not when people make dresses like this, and like this, or like this.