By Arab News
Queen Rania of Jordan, Qatar’s Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser and Lebanese-British lawyer and activist Amal Clooney are among 150 women chosen by editors of Harper’s Bazaar as the world’s most fashionable.
The magazine’s first-ever such list comes in celebration of its 150th anniversary, Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey said Monday. Madonna was chosen as cover girl for the group in the February issue.
The list, released Tuesday, is comprised of Hollywood A-listers, music elite, fashion designers, celebrity stylists, Instagram It ladies and other mavens.
Star power definitely prevails: Rihanna, the former Kate Middleton, Liu Wen, Kristen Stewart, Naomi Campbell, Miranda Kerr, Kendall Jenner and big sister Kim Kardashian West, sisters Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid, Kaia Gerber and her mother, Cindy Crawford, Beyonce, Zendaya, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Adele, Gwen Stefani, Riley Keough, Lupita Nyong’o, Gia Coppola, Cindy Sherman, Roopal Patel and Olivia Palermo.
Amal, the famous wife of actor George Clooney, never fails to put a stylish foot wrong, whether it is on the red carpet or in the courtroom. She wowed the crowds in a stunning one-shoulder Grecian-inspired dress as she made her Cannes debut at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres this year.
Meanwhile, both Middle East royals, Queen Rania and Sheikha Mozah continue to inspire fashionistas with top-notch looks comprising show-stopping gowns and trend-setting casual wear.
Editors of the Hearst magazine around the world — it has 32 editions worldwide — voted for their favorites.
“Our lists were more or less the same,” Bailey said in an interview. “These women are renowned for style around the world. And they all have such very different styles. This is in praise of the individual.”
The magazine plans a cocktail party to celebrate that fact and its listees the weekend of the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony Jan. 29. A series of other events to mark its 150th year are planned.
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