Weekly fashion indicators: Twilight mania

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Kristen Stewart, the vampire saga's biggest female star, is topping Polyvore's list of most fashionable celebrities this week.

Even though she might be the red carpet's most awkward poser and she recently confessed that it feels like her "feet are pissed off at me" after the promotional tour for the Eclipse sequel, what Stewart wears - most recently Elie Saab, Azzaro, and Zac Posen - is observed very closely and becomes 'trend.' Her colleague Ashley Greene has also re-entered the charts.

In brands, jewelry designers ranging from Lee Angel and Kendra Scott to Alexis Bittar, remain popular among Polyvore users, while leather shorts have entered the top ten trends, most probably due to a much-talked-about pair of YSLs, worn by Alexa Chung to a recent fragrance launch (for a picture, click here).

Top Brands
1. Chloé (+3)
2. Rebecca Minkoff (new)
3. Miu Miu (+4)
4. Kendra Scott (new)
5. Alexander Wang (-2)
6. Prada (re-entry)
7. Alexander McQueen (-1)
8. Emilio Pucci (-6)
9. Lee Angel Jewelry (-8)
10. Vanessa Bruno (no change)

Top Sites
1. styledrops.com (no change)
2. maxandchloe.com (no change)
3. 25park.com (no change)
4. greenwichjewelers.com (+2)
5. alexisbittar.com (re-entry)
6. calypso-celle.com (-2)
7. farfetch.com (-2)
8. artfulhome.com (new)
9. theoutnet.com (re-entry)
10. journelle.com (-1)

Top Celebrities
1. Kristen Stewart (+1)
2. Audrey Hepburn (-1)
3. Lady Gaga (no change)
4. Emma Watson (no change)
5. Leighton Meester (no change)
6. Ashley Greene (re-entry)
7. Taylor Momsen (+2)
8. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (-1)
9. Blake Lively (-1)
10. Sarah Jessica Parker (no change)

Top Trends
1. studded boots (re-entry)
2. oxford pumps (re-entry)
3. plaid shirts (+3)
4. cardigans (+5)
5. cross body bags (new)
6. skinny pants (re-entry)
7. body con dresses (re-entry)
8. studded handbags (-4)
9. high waisted skirts (re-entry)
10. leather shorts (new)

Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month.