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Vanity Fair's 2011 Best-Dressed List: Kate Middleton & Carla Bruni

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Included in the new issue of Vanity Fair is the magazine's annual International Best Dressed List. Don't have a subscription to Vanity Fair? Check out the sneak peek of this year's list on the magazine's website.

Among this year's top women are Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, right, the First Lady of France; Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton; Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser of Qatar; actress Carey Mulligan, Jane Lauder Warsh, granddaughter of Estee Lauder and President of Origins and Ojon; and newly-minted Princess Charlene of Monaco, former Olympic swimmer.

On the guys' list? Actor Colin Firth; actor/singer/renaissance man Justin Timberlake; Formula 1 driver Jenson Button; financier Arpad Busson; and Stavros Niarchos, shipping heir—is this the guy who spent the better part of the early-2000s cavorting around LA with Paris Hilton? Or are they talking about his dad? Guess we'll see when our VF arrives in the mail. Can't wait!
· The 2011 International Best-Dressed List [Vanity Fair]