That’s according to readers of Grazia magazine – probably the only group of people around with the inclination to write down a list of people who wear quite nice clothes and then post it away – who have voted Kate Moss the best dressed woman of 2005.
Kate Moss has had one hell of a year. In 2005, Kate Moss got together with posh street urchin Pete Doherty, got burgled, was secretly filmed apparently woofing up massive quantities of drugs in a recording studio, was sacked, shouted at some photographers and then split up with posh street urchin Pete Doherty.
But did that stop her from wearing lovely clothes? No it jolly well
didn’t! 34% of Grazia readers named Kate Moss their style icon of 2005,
and this was put down to her taste for imitation military jackets,
skinny jeans and ballet pumps.
Now that you know that Kate Moss is the best dressed woman in the
world, you want to know who the runners up were, don’t you? Don’t you?
You don’t? Tough luck – you’re gonna get them, anyway. Here’s the full
Grazia best dressed woman list…
1 – Kate Moss. Did Kate Moss end up singing on the new Babyshambles album? Like we’d buy it to find out.
2 – Scarlett Johansson. That’s Scarlett Johansson, star of The Island – the worst film of the year, to you.
3 – Sienna Miller. Sienna Miller is only the best dressed bronze medallist? How tumultuous.
4 – Gwen Stefani. And if Gwen Stefani made the list, that means Madonna made the list in spirit, too.
5 – Nicole Kidman. Nicole Kidman’s on the list now, but wait until that rubbish cowboy boyfriend of hers marches her up the aisle in a stetson.
7 – Kirsten Dunst – Kirsten Dunst is the probably-drunkest woman on the list. Ahem, reportedly.
8 – Jennifer Aniston. Which is better? Jennifer Aniston clothed or Jennifer Aniston topless? You decide.
9 – Keira Knightley. Keira Knightley needs to wear clothes. She does hate her bare arse, after all.
10 – Victoria Beckham. Of all the crazy things that Tom Cruise this year, by far the most outlandish was promising to make Victoria Beckham a major Hollywood star.
[story by Stuart Heritage]