A fashion designer has the unique duty of crafting products that are not only respected artistically, but that people will ultimately want to spend their hard-earned money on to acquire. Season after season, collections are turned out to meet the demands of both consumers and retailers, perpetuating the idea that new clothes are where, indeed, happiness lies. It's ironic, then, that so many high-fashion designers seem to wear the same exact outfit every day of the year, sometimes for years on end. Is it just that they feel strange about buying new clothes? That they feel immoral for wearing labels that aren't their own? That they love their own designs that much? Or maybe, and most likely, that they simply just don't give a single fuck? Here, we break down a few such designers' signature iconic uniforms.