Emma Watson has been voted the world's best dressed women by an online poll from Glamour magazine.
Emma Watson has been named the world's best-dressed woman.
The 21-year-old actress, who has previously been a UK Vogue cover girl and is the face of Lancome make-up, beat Cheryl Cole - last year's number one - to the top spot in a list by Glamour magazine.
British prime minister David Cameron's wife Samantha - who caused controversy by being among the only female guests at the wedding of Prince William and Princess Catherine on Friday (29.04.11) to not wear a hat - was among the newcomers at number 19.
The full list was compiled by over 15,000 votes on Glamour.com, and will appear in the June issue of the magazine.
Glamour magazine 9th annual best dressed women 2011 Top 30:
1. Emma Watson
2. Cheryl Cole
5. Alexa Chung
7. Kate Moss
8. Blake Lively
10. Lea Michele
11. Jennifer Aniston
12. Ashley Greene
13. Anna Kendrick
14. Vanessa Hudgens
15. Victoria Beckham
16. Sienna Miller
17. Diane Kruger
18. Leighton Meester
19. Samantha Cameron
20. Carey Mulligan
21. Suri Cruise
22. Keira Knightley
24. Fearne Cotton
25. Nicole Richie
26. Jessica Alba
27. Katy Perry
28. Lady GaGa
29. Kim Kardashian
30. Miley Cyrus
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