Trivia takes a trip down the runway

This creation by British fashion designer Alexander McQueen was featured in 2007 in Paris. A year after his death in 2010, McQueen was the subject of a popular retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Time to step it up style-wise, folks.

Charleston Fashion Week takes over Marion Square next week for five nights of runway shows, bringing together incredible talent, models, big-name judges (Cynthia Rowley and Ashanti, to name a few) and fabulous fashions.

Current Head2Head champ Colleen Myers is being challenged by Kelly Davenport, who’s visiting Charleston on spring break.

1. Which American designer was tapped to take over at Balenciaga last year?

2. What is the order of the four major fashion weeks?

3. What fashion label does Phoebe Philo design for?

4. When Kate Moss got married last year, who designed her wedding gown?

5. Name the shoe designer whose signature is a red sole?

6. Johnson Hartig, one of this year’s CFW judges, founded a label in 2000. What is it called?

7. What TV show first gained attention for Christian Siriano, another CFW judge?

8. What British designer was the subject of a hugely popular retrospective in 2011 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art?

9. What designer introduced the knitted jersey wrap dress in 1973, landing her on the cover of Time magazine?

10. Which ’90s model rather dramatically declared that she wouldn’t get out of bed for less than $10,000?

1. Alexander Wang

2. New York, London, Milan, Paris

3. Celine. How lucky that there’s an article in this month’s Vogue?

4. It was John Galliano, who’s a bit of a pariah now in the fashion world.

5. Christian Louboutin

6. I think it’s Libertine. Is that right? CFW is featured in Charleston magazine, otherwise I wouldn’t have known.

7. “Project Runway.” One of my daughters loves that show.

8. Alexander McQueen

9. Diane Von Furstenberg

10. Oh, that’s funny. I think I actually remember that story, but I can’t think of who said it.

1. I wanna say Alexander Wang.

2. Um, New York then London, Milan and Paris.

3. Celine

4. Don’t know. Matthew Williamson?

5. Louboutin

6. I’ve never heard of him.

7. “Project Runway”

8. Alexander McQueen

9. Von Furstenberg

10. Linda Evangelista. That’s so awesome.

With a close contest, Colleen squeaked out a second win to hang on to her Head2Head crown.

For more information about Charleston Fashion Week, go to charlestonmag.com/fashionweek.

1. Alexander Wang

2. New York, London, Milan, Paris

3. Celine

4. John Galliano

5. Christian Louboutin

6. Libertine

7. “Project Runway”

8. Alexander McQueen

9. Diane Von Furstenberg

10. Linda Evangelista