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It seems like a massive oversight that as Ebony co-founder and creator of the Ebony Fashion Fair, Eunice Johnson would have never made the Vanity Fair best dressed list.
The only publication out there that might be able to give Vogue’s September tome a run for its money is Vanity Fair’s annual Best Dressed issue — and it’s finally here. Traditionally filled with no shortage of obscure European royals, rich white ladies, and a designer or seven, the list purports to anoint the who’s who of wearing clothing. So who made this year’s list?
As it turns out, Vanity Fair‘s International Best Dressed List is, well, exactly as fancy and complicated as we thought it was. The good people at Fashionista recently got their hands on an packet sent to one of 2,000 members of the list’s committee, which Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter describes as a group “fashion authorities … with the daily opportunity to see fashion at its best.
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.