In this week's issue you'll find our best dressed special, where we break down who is shaping 2014's style horizon thus far. Of course the likes of Beyonce, Rihanna and Rita get a mention, but 2014 has also been a tale of six Kates.
These lovely ladies may share a name, but their signature styles couldn't be further apart. All of these Kates should be commended for their continued fashion efforts this year - from the Bosworth's pink delights to K Middy's demure pieces. But which Kate gets your vote? Rate the Kates below...
1. Kate Bosworth
Kate Bosworth is having a delightful year, hitting the red carpet in number of fondant frocks. Forget Wednesdays, this Kate wears pink every day of the week. Stand out moments so far include her Stella McCartney Met Ball gown and a number of darling Dior ensembles.
2. Kate Mara
Kate Mara is our Kate To Watch. The House of Cards star has been wearing Prada, Valentino Haute Couture, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Sandro and Balenciaga. We also ♥ her new platinum crop.
3. Kate Moss
You didn't think we'd forget the Mossy did you? Boho postergirl Kate Moss has been sticking to her style formula this year, wearing skinny jeans, kaftans, clashing prints and tuxedos. If it ain't broke...
4. Cate Blanchett
Our Cate with a C, Ms Blanchett has been the queen of the red carpet this year with an A* awards season and flawless Cannes Film Festival. At the Oscars she was the talk of the red carpet in an exquisite Giorgio Armani gown, with delicate embroidery. Her feathered Givenchy Cannes gown is also one for the ages.
5. Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson has a 'skin is in' philosophy. On the red carpet she did the cut-out thing in a rib-grazing Michael Kors black sequin bustier gown. On the sidewalk she wore a micro grey crop top avec navy leather pleated skirt. She also wowed on this year's Oscars red carpet in a metallic Atelier Versace gown.
6. Kate Middleton
Last but by no means least we come to the most famous Kate on the planet. Enter the Duchess of Cambridge. K Middy has had a more regal wardrobe this year, following the Queen's demand for longer hemlines. Her royal tour suitcase was packed with coat dresses, breton tees and sensible courts.