Every year we're inundated with so many lists that you could make the case that they've all lost any sort of real meaning. The "30 Under 30," "40 Under 40," "Most Powerful People," "Best Dressed List," et cetera. Who even gives a shit anymore? I mean, I guess some people do since these outlets keep making them. Well, one of the better fashion-related lists is Business of Fashion's BoF 500. The full 2014 list came out today and you can take a gander over at it in its entirety and see who are leading the fashion industry today.

Now, one problem with an undertaking this big—seriously, 500 fucking people—is that it tends to reward legacy and reputation more than anything. That means we get a lot of the famous faces we're used to (think Diane von Furstenberg, Anna Wintour and whoever is designing for the biggest fashion houses), rather than the younger designers making waves for themselves or some of the newer media moves and shakers covering it all.

Some of the standout designers on BoF's list who aren't among the usual suspects: Haider Ackermann, Christopher Kane, Shayne Oliver of HBA and the Public School fellas. One notable snub? Tim Coppens, which BOF actually called a company worth investing in only a few weeks back.

Then, focusing on the other sections applicable to the Four Pins audience: Andy Dunn (swagless chino overlord at Bonobos), Natalie Massenet of Net-A-Porter (the parent company of one of the best online shops for men, Mr. Porter) and Chris Kyvetos of Sneakerboy all make the list for the "2.0" category, a subset of people pursuing innovative retail businesses.

We'd also be remiss not to shout out Dirk Standen of Style.com, Kevin Ma of Hypebeast and street style superstar/actual journalist Angelo Flaccavento, some of the notable inclusions on the media side. Notice something wrong with that sentence?

FOUR PINS DOT COM, SNUBBED AGAIN. It doesn't even matter that they don't include entire websites. Talk about a motherfucking miscarriage of justice. Join us in the comments for a collective SMFH.