PHOTOS: Who Made Vanity Fair’s Best Dressed List?

Vanity Fair‘s anxiously awaited International Best Dressed list has finally been released. And while there was no shortage of the obscure European royals — whose outfits, to be honest, we don’t quite understand) we were glad to see some of our favorite, more familiar fashion faces.

Diane Kruger‘s undying love for Chanel snagged her a place while VF clearly loves Carey Mulligan‘s iconic pixie hair cut as much as we do. Michelle Obama — who, with the help of Jenna Lyons made J. Crew cool again in only the matter of a year — made the list, as did another First Lady across the pond, former model and feuding fashionista Carla Bruni.

Designer Alber Elbaz‘s famously oversized bowties earned him a spot on the list, and Glamour’s editor in chief, Cindi Leive‘s love for classic elegance — most notably her Chloé black shift dress, which she calls her “uniform” — made her the only magazine editor to make the cut. Finally — someone other than Anna!

Other recognizable names — some of whom we’ve seen before — included Julia Roitfeld, Lady Gaga, Christy Turlington, and Georgina Chapman.

To see the full list and more photos, click here.

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