As part of their end of the year wrap-up, the Times had both Cathy Horyn and Eric Wilson give their top ten noteworthy moments of 2010 (expectedly Alexander McQueen's death was mentioned as was Carine Roitfeld's decision to leave French Vogue -- no surprises there). There was also an epic ode to one of our favorite cult fashionalities, Daphne Guinness, who Guy Trebay portrayed as both a shrewd businesswoman and a eccentric free spirit. But our favorite stories (of course) were the little bits of bitchery in which we were instructed, now that the decade is finis, what words and trends they hope will not make it on into the upcoming years. Words like "fashionista", "couture", "geek chic" and "concept store" are soooo over, says Simone S. Oliver. And as for Horyn she's hating Charlize Theron's "cupcake boob" dress and anything with studs and skulls: so, so over. And Wilson? He will no longer stand for trapper hats, denim diapers on babies and -- yep, he did it -- all the other designers on ripping off Phoebe Philo at Celine. Touche.