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Best Dressed of 2010 Vogue As Melhor Vestidas de 2010

Português: Apresento-vos as 20 melhores vestidas de 2010 segundo a British Vogue.


English: A present to you the 20 British Vogue bets dressed of 2010.


Alexa Chung


“She’s got a real appetite for fashion and loves wearing what’s of the moment in the moment and always puts her geek chic spin on her designer favourites, from Miu Miu to Chanel.” – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.

Angelina Jolie




“Angelina Jolie has such an old Hollywood glamour about her, she often chooses longer lengths with simple empire lines to create a sleek yet eye-catching effect, and thigh-splitting skirts to show off those amazing legs. She is the ultimate in looking powerfully sexy. And it has been nice to see her wearing more colour this year.” - Miranda Almond, Vogue fashion editor.

Carey Mulligan




“What a refreshing change on the red carpet to see someone who wears such distinct designers, like Vionnet, Prada and Peter Pilotto, and makes them her own.” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.


Edie Campbell




“She’s not a label queen. She wears clothes that you’re not sure where they came from and puts her individual stamp on what she’s wearing.” – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.

Elisa Sednaoui
“Polished perfection, in Converse, vintage Levi’s, black tanks and cashmere, Sednaoui never strays far from classic pieces in a neutral palette - all the better to showcase her shiny mane, killer curves, and thoroughbred legs.” - Jo Ellison, Vogue features director.


Emma Watson




“Her new short hair has freshened up her look from the Harry Potter image, the cute girl in a prom dress. Now she looks like she means business; this new elfin look has given her some serious red carpet cred.” – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.

Freja Beha Erichsen




“Freja is the ultimate in boy/girl cool. She’s so down-played but everything she wears is exquisite. Every girl wants to look like Freja.” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.

Josephine de la Baume


“De la Baume combines her native French elegance with British experimentalism to create her singular style. By day, she’s quite the Parisian princess, in straight-cut trousers, tailored jackets, riding boots. By night, she might alternate a romper suit, full-length chiffon frock, flame-red hair or corkscrew curls. However she plays it, she always pulls it off; proof positive that cutting edge can also be tres chic.” - Jo Ellison, Vogue features director.



Julia Restoin-Roitfeld




“With an unquestionable style pedigree, Julia brings knowing sparkle to the simplest of cool girl staples - be it the biker jacket, skater skirt or LBD. She has also become a keen ambassador British design talent, wearing Christopher Kane and Emilio de la Morena - a winning entente cordiale!” – Emma Elwick-Bates, Vogue market editor.

Kate Moss




“It’s Kate’s obvious love of clothes that makes her so stylish. It’s all in her mix – vintage with high fashion. And she’s never a victim.” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.



Kate Winslet




“I think newly single Kate has mastered the art of red carpet dressing. She sticks to bold colours and body-skimming shapes. She does the Oscar-winning starlet look very well.” – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.

Keira Knightley




“Effortlessly English. She has a dream of a face and figure and she’s not at all vain. It’s incredible, she never looks in the mirror.” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.



Lady Gaga




“Like performance dressers Madonna and Grace Jones before her, people are always interested to see what Gaga will put on next, whether it’s a dress made of steak, a Philip Treacy hat or a McQueen masterpiece.” – Sarah Harris, Vogue fashion features writer.

Lara Stone




“Lara has such great style, both on and off duty. Whether it’s in a simple Calvin Klein shift dress or jeans and a Rick Owens jacket, she always looks cool and modern. She doesn’t need to exaggerate herself. – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.



Michelle Obama


“What I like about Michelle Obama’s clothes is what I like about her as a person - she’s not afraid to be experimental and bold, just like her politics.” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.


Michelle Williams


“Michelle Williams has nailed the pretty yet demure look with a touch of New York cool. She always dresses in a way that emphasises her petite frame and English rose colouring and is not a slave to the latest trend.” – Miranda Almond, Vogue fashion editor.


Olivia Palermo




“She’s really nailed that polished Upper East Side style that’s young and modern and contemporary. And she loves the high street, especially Topshop and Zara, but she has a way of making high street pieces look expensive with the way that she styles them.” – Sarah Harris, Vogue fashion features writer.



Rosie Huntington-Whiteley


“She does red carpet glamour so well, always sexy and glossy. Off duty, she wears the model uniform of jeans, leather jacket and high heeled boots with minimal daytime make-up.” – Kate Phelan, Vogue fashion director.

Samantha Cameron


“She’s such a great ambassador for British fashion, having worn Erdem on the Tory campaign trail and Osman at the British Fashion Awards. She’s really clever at knowing what shapes suit her and she made maternity dressing look effortless.” - Sarah Harris, Vogue fashion features writer.

Victoria Beckham

“I think she’s really found her style now. It’s a simple, pared-down formula and it works for her” – Lucinda Chambers, Vogue fashion director.

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i absolutely love michelle williams dress!!! so beautiful!