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From Ulyana Sergeenko To Bill Cunngingham—The Fair With The Most Flair

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Each year Vanity Fair sorts through the world’s most fashionable people, from princesses to photographers, to sort out the top style stars for its annual best-dressed list. It was newcomers to the list like the Courtin-Clarins girls who caught our attention in 2011, but they’ve been trumped by a new set of contenders on this year’s list, just released today. Who made the cut? Of course, there are several royals like the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, as well as big names like Diane Kruger and Alicia Keys. But fashion insiders like designer and street-style star Ulyana Sergeenko, Erika Bearman a.k.a. @OscarPRGirl, Tommy Ton favorite Robert Rabensteiner, Schiaparelli ambassador Farida Khelfa, more-is-more Jean Pigozzi of LimoLand, and photographer Bill Cunningham (pictured) also landed on the list. Click here to see all the names.

Photo: Billy Farrell / BFAnyc.com

Best-Dressed Blokes Of 2010?

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The U.K. edition of Gentlemen’s Quarterly—a magazine that ought to know about such things—published its list of the 50 most stylish men in Britain online today. (The print edition, which will also include the ten worst-dressed men, not only in Britain but worldwide, arrives on Thursday.) The inclusion of young Romeo Beckham (#26, ten spots behind his father) has caused the most commotion. But there are plenty of other reasons to check it out.

For one, the Beckhams aren’t the only family pair included. Princes William (#27) and Harry (#5) both made the list, with a 22-place differential that ought to make for a bit of sibling rivalry. A few gentlemen included (Alasdhair Willis, #42; David Walliams, #11) may have had a little help from their fashionable wives (that’d be Stella McCartney and Lara Stone, respectively). One married pair even had both partners on the list: Sir Elton John (#21) and husband David Furnish (#6). (We personally look forward to the day when all three members of the family show up: the Rocket Man, his mate, and their new baby son, Zachary Furnish-John.)

Several unimpeachable icons of Brit style (David Hockney, #47; Bryan Ferry, #36) as well as a few designers (Christopher Bailey, left, #33; and the not-quite-British Tom Ford, #7) made the cut. Ford’s protégé of sorts, Nicholas Hoult, star of A Single Man and of Ford’s recent campaigns, clocks in at #3. And at #1? Nowhere Boy star Aaron Johnson, more familiar to American tabloid audiences than movie audiences: The 20-year-old proposed to director Sam Taylor-Wood, 43, shortly after wrapping the Lennon biopic.

Click here to read the complete list.

Photo: Yannis Vlamos

Vive La Couture! (For Now)

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Luxury execs are cautious yet confident about their haute couture business. Those lucky remaining clients can expect even more white-glove service. Givenchy will even toss in a wedding planner.

Attention, thespians: The Life and Times of Christian Dior will be cast soon by former Sex Pistols’ manager Malcolm McLaren. Prepare for less punk and more “authentic music of the period.”

What do women want? For one sexologist, the answer is in the apes.

Facebook and the Daily Mail don’t lie: Prince Harry is single. Chelsy Davy, the pouty-mouthed blonde who never met a bikini she didn’t like, reportedly broke off their five-year relationship in exchange for a less paparazzi-saturated life, and the Prince is devastated. Ladies, comfort accordingly.

Photo: Armando Grillo