Kate Moss And Jamie Hince Up For Style Icon Award At British Fashion Awards 2013

07 November 2013 by

Last year the Beckhams went head to head for the title of Style Icon at the British Fashion Awards with neither of them walking away with the prize - thanks Alexa Chung. This year another couple have each earned a place on the list: supermodel Kate Moss and her other half Jamie Hince have been nominated for their style prowess and will go up against 18 other contenders for the title. Luckily Chung isn't in there this year so they might stand a fighting chance.

Jamie's competition: Jamie Dornan, David Beckham and Harry Styles [Getty / Instagram]

Alexa may be abscent, but her ex boyfriend Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys gets a mention, as did his fellow dapper gents actors Ben Whishaw and Idris Elba, footballer and now Belstaff designer David Beckham (again), presenter Dermot O'Leary, One Direction's Harry Styles, rapper Tinie Tempha and Jamie Dornan - who is of course set to play Christian Gray in the Fifty Shades film series, which should ensure him plenty of potential red carpet action.

Kate's competition: The Duchess of Cambridge, Cara Delevingne and M.I.A. [Getty]

Meanwhile alongside Mossy, the fasionable females are US Vogue editor Anna Wintour, supermodel of the millennium Cara Delevingne, actresses Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham and Naomie Harris, blogger Susie Lau, musicians Florence Welch and M.I.A. as well as the Duchess of Cambridge, natch. Cara, of course, walked away with the model of the year award in 2012 and we reckon she could steal the show once again, but has Kate got the edge in the style steaks?

The Style Icon Award is voted for by the public and recognises "individual who most embodies the spirit of British fashion and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital."

You can vote right here and check out the nominees in each British Fashion Awards category.


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