Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Duchess Kate's 'whirlwind of fashion successes' earns her a spot on Vanity Fair best dressed list

Duchess Kate has received the ultimate stamp of approval in the style world by landing a spot on the 72nd Vanity Fair best dressed list. The Duchess of Cambridge is one of the most famous faces on the international list. She joins First ladies Michelle Obama and Carla Bruni on the prestigious list which also features Princess Charlene of Monaco and British actress Carey Mulligan. 
The magazine chose Kate due to her 'whirlwind of fashion successes'. From her stunning wedding gown to the magnificent array of style she displayed during her tour of Canada. Kate is one of the few women in the public eye who feel as comfortable wearing Zara as McQueen. She recycles pieces that she may have had for years and updates them with different accessories. Such as her brocade coat at Zara Philips wedding, She transformed the look with her eye catching Gina Foster hat. I think this is only the beginning for the Duchess we shall see her on many best dressed lists in the coming years. I'm still hoping she may grace the cover of Vogue someday! :)


The Best Dressed list for Women is as follows:


CARLA BRUNI-SARKOZY, First Lady of France
H.H. SHEIKHA MOZA BINT NASSER OF QATAR, wife of H.H. the Emir of Qatar
H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, wife of the future King of England
ANDREA DELLAL, mother of four
CAREY MULLIGAN, actress
CHRISTINE LAGARDE, managing director, International Monetary Fund
TILDA SWINTON, film-maker and actress
LIZZIE TISCH, entrepreneur
H.S.H. PRINCESS CHARLENE OF MONACO, Wife of Albert II, Prince of Monaco
JANE LAUDER WARSH, president of Origins and Ojon

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