Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined Barack and Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, members of the British Royal family and actors Idris Elba, Fan Bingbing and Helen Mirren on Vanity Fair’s latest edition of the International Best-Dressed List.
The magazine released the 2016 edition this week, with Trudeau among the figures lauded for their style. Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden, original Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr., NFL player Victor Cruz, British actress Tilda Swinton and royals from Netherlands and Denmark also feature on the 2016 list.
The list included special sections to acknowledge style stalwarts such as Queen Elizabeth II, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and the late Audrey Hepburn.
The annual International Best-Dressed list dates back to 1940, when it was founded by American fashion industry pioneer Eleanor Lambert has been the paramount register of the world’s most fashionable figures. Each year, the I.B.D.L. arbiter reviews the lives and the looks that have defined the year to make their selections. Those who become perennial additions and have displayed exceptional style throughout the years can be named to the prestigious Hall of Fame.
Source: Vanity Fair/ CBC