This year we were treated to an onslaught of designer style — at affordable pricing (that is, if you were lucky enough to get your hands on a piece). The guest designers for Target continued to impress with Missoni's covetable zigzagged gear that caused an online shopping craze — and consequently the Target site to crash. Meanwhile Prabal Gurung rolled out a collection of his covetable feminine designs for J.Crew, and Derek Lam partnered with eBay to launch a limited-edition dress collection. Of course, the year of memorable collaborations wouldn't be complete without Versace's debut of sexy cuts and bold hues for H&M. Each capsule collection inspired its own shopping craze, but we're asking you to decide which one had the biggest impact on the fashion world — or maybe your own wardrobe. Tell us, what was the best fashion collaboration of 2011?
Clockwise from top left: Missoni for Target, Versace for H&M, Derek Lam / eBay, and Prabal Gurung for J.Crew