Vanity Fair Best Dressed List, Amal Clooney, Rihanna, Fan Bingbing, Taylor Swift, Rihanna

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Here comes the freshman class of 2015!

There are plenty of first-timers on Vanity Fair's 75th International Best-Dressed List: Among the most stylish women, jewelry designer Francesca Amfitheatrof of Tiffany & Co. nabbed the No. 1 spot despite an overall lack of red carpet cameos this year. Then there is Hollywood's new It girl, Amal Clooney, who came in at No. 3, while prima ballerina Misty Copeland landed the No. 5 spot and Queen Letizia of Spain also nabbed a well-deserved slot on the list.

And then there are the old pros...

Diane Kruger

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Twentysomethings Rihanna and Taylor Swift—albeit from two very different ends of the style spectrum—represented for pop stars on the list.

But before we mention anything else, an error must be addressed—where the heck are Kate Middleton and Prince William?! Granted, the royal couple haven't made as many high-fashion appearances lately compared to years past (with two kids, can you blame 'em?). But their style is still as sharp as ever. 

Beatrice Borromeo, Wedding Dress

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Spread throughout Vanity Fair's six other categories, several other noteworthy stars were honored for their sartorial shrewdness. Prince Harry stepped up to represent the British monarchy as fixture on the best-dressed men list. For Hollywood's best dressed—which includes both ladies and gents—we were thrilled to see Fan Bingbing snatch the No. 1 spot (if you haven't seen her incredible looks yet, then right that wrong immediately). Of course, Diane do-no-wrong (AKA Diane Kruger) earned a perch on the list, as did Eddie Redmayne, Emma Stone and Emma Watson.

After donning five wedding dressesBeatrice Borromeo won a spot on the couples list with husband Pierre Casiraghi. Victoria Beckham was one of the best-dressed professionals, and FKA twigs earned the No. 3 slot in the originals category (hmmm).

While you sadly won't find Will and Kate, you can check out the rest of Vanity Fair's 2015 best dressed winners here.

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