Twilight star Kristen Stewart named world's best-dressed woman for second time
Wednesday 01 May 2013
Kristen Stewart was crowned the world's best-dressed woman for the second year running, despite competition from Emma Watson and the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Twilight star, who topped Glamour Magazine's fashion top 50, was praised for her "personal rock-chick style".
She also picked up the honour of being named in the best-dressed couple with boyfriend Robert Pattinson who was named best-dressed man.
Harry Potter star Watson kept her second spot from last year with the Duchess of Cambridge being bumped up one place on the list from last year's fourth place for "taking maternity chic in her nude-pump-adorned stride".
It was also a good year for her sister Pippa Middleton, who jumped 32 places to 15.
The final two places in the top five were taken by Spiderman star Emma Stone and Taylor Swift.
Victoria Beckham, Cheryl Cole and Beyonce all made the top 10 with the former Spice Girl described as "never less than immaculate".
Other names in the top 50 include Kate Moss (34) and Keira Knightley (29), with Rita Ora (50), Lana Del Ray (49) and Lily Collins (43) all new entries.
Dannii Minogue comes out ahead of her sister at number 35 with Kylie five places behind.
Glamour's 50 Best-Dressed Women of 2013 appears in the June issue of the magazine out on May 6th.
Glamour Best-Dressed Women 2013 - Top 50:
1. Kristen Stewart
2. Emma Watson
3. The Duchess of Cambridge
4. Emma Stone
5. Taylor Swift
6. Victoria Beckham
7. Cheryl Cole
8. Blake Lively
9. Katy Perry
11. Olivia Palermo
12. Zooey Deschanel
13. Mila Kunis
14. Angelina Jolie
15. Pippa Middleton
16. Jennifer Aniston
17. Jessie J
18. Reese Witherspoon
19. Lea Michele
20. Ashley Greene
21. Lady Gaga
22. Fearne Cotton
23. Kim Kardashian
24. Jennifer Lopez
25. Selena Gomez
27. Florence Welch
28. Jessica Alba
29. Keira Knightley
30. Sienna Miller
31. Alexa Chung
32. Diane Kruger
33. Eva Longoria
34. Kate Moss
35. Dannii Minogue
36. Lauren Conrad
37. Leighton Meester
38. Miranda Kerr
39. Nicole Richie
40. Kylie Minogue
41. Zoe Saldana
42. Rachel Bilson
43. Lily Collins
44. Michelle Williams
45. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
46. Rooney Mara
47. Clemence Poesy
48. Jennifer Lawrence
49. Lana Del Ray
50. Rita Ora
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