Like her sister Pippa, Kate Middleton photographs very well. I suspect some of that is good genes, but the majority likely comes from how well the Duchess puts herself together. I'm not sure I've ever seen a picture, nor heard anyone else complain of one, in which she didn't look elegant and stately. She may very well wear baggy t-shirts with holes when she's inside the house, but if there's an event to attend, you can always count on her matching the tone of the occasion with a delightful ensemble. Apparently, I'm not the only one who's noticed though, as Vanity Fair has given Catherine recognition in the magazine's annual International Best-Dressed List.

She's achieved the same status before, but as she wasn't a Royal at the time, it's being treated as a much bigger story now. The mag praised Kate for her “fetching travel attire”, as well as her mix of low and high fashion. She's joined on the list by a wide array of celebrities and Royals including the Obama's, French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and Justin Timberlake.

News anchor Brian Williams was honored by Vanity Fair too, but his tribute was actually more prestigious. The deceptively hilarious NBC employee was given hall of fame honors for his years of classy dressing. I couldn't agree with the recognition more. Every time I see him, he's always outfitted in some sort of balling suit and vibrant, yet not showy tie. If America's Next Top Model ever has a season for celebrity dudes, he and Anderson Cooper will battle it out for the top prize.

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