July 31, 2008 04:37:36 GMT
This year Vanity Fair's International Best-Dressed List is dominated by a number of names from various professions, including first lady hopeful Michelle Obama and model-singer Carla Bruni.
The anxious wait ends as Vanity Fair released on Tuesday, July 29 its annual International Best-Dressed List. Lead the pack of the magazine's list, which is the 69th this year, are individuals from a number of work fields, from politician to artist. Put on top of the list is Carla Bruni. Has made it to the prestigious list, the model and singer who became the First Lady of France in February is the covergirl for Vanity Fair's The Style Issue.
Also making the cut is Michelle Obama. The first lady hopeful is called by VF's editors Michelle "our commander in sheath." She's praised for "talking with women about work/family life balance" as her signature cause. It's her second consecutive year to be on the top ten of the list. Prince William's girlfriend Kate Middleton is the other non-celebs Best Dressed woman. Ivanka Trump is also on the list, because "she's the sorcerer's apprentice."
Some celebs who are on the Best Dressed Women's list include Sarah Jessica Parker, Angelina Jolie, and Tilda Swinton among others. On the men's side there are the likes of David Beckham, Daniel Craig, and Kanye West.
All the names that make the International Best-Dressed List are put together in the September issue of Vanity Fair which will hit the newsstands on Friday, August 1.