It seems like ages ago now but on the 5th August 2016, the curtain opened for the Olympic Games in the city Rio de Janeiro, South America. What a great month it has been!
Here are some of the best (and worst) looks from the Rio Olympics 2016!
Izabel Goulart's Carnival look
Best known as one of Victoria Secret's many angels, the super sexy Brazilian model strutted her stuff going full carnival during the opening ceremony.
Julia Michael's jumpsuit
This talented American singer and songwriter who has collaborated with major artists such a Selena Gomez, Justin Beiber, Demi Lovato, Kygo, Britney Spears, Zedd, Jason Derulo, Kelly Clarkson. The singer wore a full-body green jumpsuit to the closing ceremony. It looked really uncomfortable and was sparkly enough to be seen from space but it was the perfect colour to wear to match Brazil's flag.
Cuba's custom Christian Louboutin outfits
Christian Louboutin, best known for his sky high, red soled heels, surprised everyone when he teamed up with the former French handball player Henry Tai to design outfits for the Cuban Olympic team. He created custom looks with the help from the athletes themselves. Sadly, these won't be available for sale unlike the Olympic looks from Ralph Lauren.
Great Britain's light up trainers
Remember those days we used to wear light up trainers? I'm sure most of you did. Were they not the best days? Well, thanks to designer Simon Jersey who brought them back for the Rio Olympics. They are not only the colours of the Great Britain flag but they are also inspired by Rio's love for carnivals and parties.
USA's Ralph Lauren outfits
Rio 2016 marks the fifth time Ralph Lauren has dressed team USA. The athletes opening ceremony uniform featured an all-American palette of red, white and blue, including a navy blazer and white jeans with boat shoes.
H&M for Team Sweden
This Swedish high street brand dressed its country's athletes in the colours of their flag. Bright yellow outfits with knee high socks in a marble effect pattern and a long navy blue dress with sporty hood worn by the flag bearer, Therese Alshammar. The fabric was used from recycled garments from the company's Garment Collection Initiative.
Team France in Lacoste
Lacoste was founded in 1924 by Olympic medalist and tennis player Rene Lacoste. For the opening of the 2016 games, athletes were dressed in white cropped trousers with polo shirts and a navy blue jacket, all featuring the famous signature brand crocodile in the colours of the French flag.
Dsquared2 for Canada
Designed by Dan and Dean Caten, the Toronto born twin brothers behind Dsquared2, designed their kit around the country's maple leaf symbol. Each bright red tailored blazer was made with windbreaker material and featured a white maple leaf on the back.
We loved how fashion designers teamed up with their countries to create unique looks and we can't wait to see what Tokyo 2020 has in store!