In fashion history, 2014 will go down as the year where all bets were off. After a decade that has seen the rise of two, directly opposed style camps – maximum opulence, versus stark neutrality – the self-fulfilling matryoshka doll of recycled trends seemed to reach its outer limits. 2014, then, has seen a palpable shift in emphasis: from the changing of the guard at luxury houses, to the streetwear upstarts that have infiltrated the mainstream, a year that’s seen the simultaneousfetishisation of normality alongside the increased fashion clout of the Insta-celeb. Our Dazed 100, showcasing the movers and shakers that have changed fashion in 2014, oscillates between the maximalists and minimalists of the new fashion order: Telfar Clemens, Jacquemus, #BEENTRILL#,Thomas Tait and Simone Rocha are just some of the designers that defined fashion’s new attitude this year. You can upvote your favourites on the Readers 100, here – meanwhile, here’s our definitive top five gamechangers of the year that was.