Stella McCartney: Best-Dressed Woman of the Year

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Stella McCartney


We’re not the only ones worshipping at the altar of design deity Stella McCartney. Harper’s Bazaar has named the fur-free fashionista the best-dressed woman of 2009.

It’s no coincidence that Stella—who is one of the most powerful innovators in the industry—has taken top honors. She is stunningly stylish proof that it’s never chic to wear fur or leather. We’re sure that Stella’s benevolent reign over the fashion world is a permanent position. Compassionate couture always comes out on top.

Written by Logan Scherer

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