>There's nothing we love more than a little one-on-one time with our favorite celebrities and style stars. And this year, Who What Wear collaborated with truly amazing talents for our original features. Not only did 2017 bring the debut of Who What Wear's Spring and Fall issues, but we were also able to glean some amazing lessons from women of all ages, careers, backgrounds, and points of view. Can't wait to see what 2018 holds? We don't blame you…
But in the meantime, scroll down to remember some of our favorite original features this year that are worth a second (or third) visit.
Caroline Issa's style has always impressed us with its professional yet playful vibe. Last winter, she told us how it all comes together and why clashing is highly underrated.
Read the Full Feature: 4 Perfect Winter Looks From Fashion Week's Most Polished Editor
As we found out, photographer and certified street style star Margaret Zhang can credit her famously layered looks and never-too-prim aesthetic to her ballet training. Intrigued? So were we.
Read the Full Feature: This It Girl Mastered 2017's Biggest Trend Before It Was a Thing
Actress and bookworm Emma Roberts was the star of our inaugural Spring Issue. In our interview, she shared how she loves having a story behind her style as much as she does between the pages of her latest read.
Read the full feature: Emma Roberts, The Spring Issue
If sneakers with floor-length gowns are wrong, we don't want to be right. In fact, we much rather be more like Hey Woman! founder Veronika Heilbrunner, who consistently makes practical fashion look cool, chic, and effortless.
Read the Full Feature: Veronika Heilbrunner, The Spring Issue
It's safe to say Josephine Skriver is equal parts Angel and sneakerhead. After all, the Victoria's Secret wings only come out on special occasions, but she told us that tennis shoes are an everyday part of the her wardrobe.
Read the Full Feature: The One Pair of Shoes This VS Angel Never Leaves Home Without
We were lucky enough to have Lauren Conrad on the site to show off her new LC Lauren Conrad runway collection this fall, and she did so in her very first photo shoot since becoming a mom. And along with so many other changes this year, LC says she now thinks about style differently too.
Read the Full Feature: Lauren Conrad: "Yes, My Style Has Changed Since Becoming a Mom"
You've never seen Kate Bosworth quite like the way she appeared in our Fall Issue. She was transformed though wigs and bold wardrobe, all the while revealing a new path in her career as she adds producer to her impressive résumé.
Read the Full Feature: Kate Bosworth, The Fall Issue
Keirsey Clemons's breakout role might have been in last year's Dope, but she's only picked up momentum in 2017. With a slew of exciting roles on the horizon, as well as a debut shoe line, the sky's the limit for this girl on the rise.
Read the Full Feature: Kiersey Clemons, The Fall Issue
Linda Rodin is an icon in so many categories: career, style, and living a fulfilling life in general. It was an honor to have her show off her bold style—alongside her dog Winky, of course—and share some insights on why it's okay to not have a master plan for one's own future.
Read the Full Feature: Linda Rodin, The Fall Issue
How does a NYC boss reimagine suiting for every day of her busy week? Just look to Babba Canales, who broke down five outfits that any modern-day career woman can replicate.
Read the Full Feature: One NYC Trendsetter, 5 Perfect Work Outfits
Stranger Things was just the tip of the iceberg when it came to our TV obsessions this fall, and before we binged every episode of our favorite shows we partnered with four of the rising stars behind these titles. For the record, we'll be paying close attention to these actresses come 2018, too.
Read the Full Feature: 4 Fresh Faces That Will Be All Over Your TV Screen This Year
Which original celebrity feature was your favorite this year? Let us know below!