Best Dressed 2012: Who Do You Vote As The Style Star Of The Year?

28 November 2012 by

It's that time of year again folks: when we take a look back over past year at all the style triumphs of our favourite stars and their killer wardrobes. And after much deliberation this fabulous bunch have made the grade, but who gets your vote? We want to know who's been impressing you week in, week out and why?

Do you rate Alexa Chung's eclectic style and knack for mixing high end with vintage pieces or are more of a purist? If so how did all of Kristen Stewart's Twilight premiere outfits fair in your book? You can't deny she's certainly upped her fashion game ten fold in 2012, calling on uber French fashion house Balenciaga, before she made headlines in two show stopping (and rather revealing!) Zuhair Murad ensembles.

And then there's Kate Moss, the superest of all super models, who grabbed the fashion spotlight once again this year, in jaw-dropping look after another, a few highlights include, her all-black Saint Laurent look she wore to Paris fashion week in October and more recently the foxy leopard print Marc Jacobs number (see gallery above) that sent the paps into frenzy when she arrived at a book launch for her new book in London.

From fashion veteran to best dressed new entry: Taylor Swift, who's new '50s preppy look has had us hooked since the summer, just like Miranda Kerr, she's totally nailed her New York gloss- French cool mash-up this year. And we must confess... over at Grazia HQ we're in a permanent state of envy pouring over her ever growing Isabel Marant wardrobe!

But no 2012 best dressed list would be complete without queen fashion chameleon Rihanna! Her incredible flare for reinvention has kept us guessing like no other this year.

And so it's over to you, take a look through the gallery (above) and let us know who gets your vote and why by commenting (below), and we'll print the best comments in Grazia's 18th of December 2012 issue!


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