Who is the most stylish of them all? That is the question oft debated round these parts. Does Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s street style top Alexa Chung’s school girl cuteness? Is Kate Middleton's conservative chic hotter than Daphne Guinness' wacktacular wardrobe? The battle of the Brit trend-setters rages on.
And now you can have YOUR say. Yep, it's time to channel that fash war into a proper poll that'll see the most stylish of them all awarded with a glittering gong at the British Fashion Awards in November. And it's all decided by you, the Great British Public.
As of now, you can vote on who deserves to win The British Style Award, so have a think about ‘the individual who most embodies the spirit of London and is an international ambassador for London as a leading creative fashion capital.’ Launched in 2009, previous winners are Kate Moss and Alexa Chung (who's won twice, no less) so the benchmark is fantastically sky-high.
So who are the nominees? Well, it's a good year for the Royal Family with The Queen, the Duchess of Cambridge AND Prince Charles on the shortlist. Then there's Hollywood Royalty including Tilda Swinton, Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham Carter. The the usual suspects make an appearance too - we're talking to you, Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham.
A selection of stylish males also get a mention (and hopefully provide a little eye-candy at the event) - namely David Beckham, David Gandy, Henry Holland, Tinie Tempah and Mr Tom Ford.
The chicest of designers are also up for the vote - everyone from Stella McCartney and Anya Hindmarch to Vivienne Westwood and Phoebe Philo. And there are a couple of honoray Brits too including Natalie Massenet and Mrs David Walliams, Lara Stone.
Oooh it's a toughie! Cast your vote on the British Fashion Council’s website and if there's someone noticeably missing (hello Agyness Deyn), now's your chance to nominate.
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