The Duchess of Sussex has been named the most influential celebrity dresser of the year.
The report outlines which celebrities proved to be the most powerful dressers of the year, leading to surges of online searches for particular items, styles and brands.
Lyst states that on average, the duchess’ fashion choices over the past 12 months caused a 216 per cent increase in searches for similar garments.
After Meghan met Archbishop Desmond Tutu wearing a blue and white silk Club Monaco dress, the item sold out in under 24 hours and led to a 570 per cent spike in searches.
Meanwhile, the J Crew skirt she wore while meeting South African activist Sophie Williams-De Bruyn resulted in a 102 per cent increase in online searches for the American retailer
After he wore a suit by French fashion designer Haider Ackerman, there was an 806 per cent spike in searches for the label.
Other notable celebrities featured in the Lyst report include actor Zendaya, who sparkled as Cinderella at this year’s Met Gala; singer Billie Eilish, who has become synonymous with baggy, neon clothing; and rapper Cardi B, who was unrecognisable at Paris Fashion Week when she wore a floral head-to-toe Richard Quinn design.
Here are the top 10 celebrity power dressers of 2019, according to the Lyst “Year in Fashion” report:
- Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex
- Timothée Chalamet
- Billie Eilish
- Cardi B
- Lisa, Blackpink
- Kylie Jenner
- Harry Styles
- Billy Porter
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