After first revealing its Year in Search for 2017 list, Google has now unveiled the top 10 most searched fashion brands of the year.

The list features mostly luxury or high-end brands with Gucci claiming the number one spot. Louis Vuitton and Supreme took second and third place after a year in which the two brands got together for a monumental collaboration.

Los Angeles-based brand Fashion Nova claimed fourth spot. The affordable label developed a huge following this year after receiving long-term co-signs from the likes of Amber Rose, Blac Chyna, and Kylie Jenner.

Current streetwear and high fashion darling Balenciaga failed to crack the top 10, but we wouldn't be surprised to see that change in the new year.

Check out the full list below, and for a full review of this year's top searches, head over to Google.

1. Gucci2. Louis Vuitton3. Supreme4. Fashion Nova5. Chanel6. Yves Saint Laurent7. Christian Dior8. Dolce & Gabbana9. Valentino10. Moschino

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