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Caroline Issa

WHO: Executive fashion editor of London's TANK magazine WHY WE LOVE HER: She mixes textures and colors in a way that's thoughtful, not gimmicky. Plus she always has the best shoes.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Menswear-inspired jackets, sharp blazers, subtle and smartly mixed prints, amazing shoes, red lipstick
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED: Modeling for J.Crew, mugging on bestie Garance Doré's website, in the L.K. Bennett office working on her next shoe collaboration with the brand
FUN FACT: Jenna Lyons is one of Caroline's style icons. (Us too.)

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Caroline Issa
Peony Lim

WHO: British blogger-consultant-stylist hybrid WHY WE LOVE HER: For committing to highly stylized looks, like three-piece menswear suits, royal wedding-style fascinators or head-to-toe winter white
STYLE SIGNATURES: Statement headwear, trendy denim, red lipstick, skinny pants and loud pencil skirts
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED: Posing for the international paparazzi in the Jardin des Tuileries during Paris Fashion Week
FUN FACT: She's a total foodie, regularly posting original recipes on her website and spending her free time reading food blogs.

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Peony Lim
Leelee Sobieski

WHO: Actress best known for late '90s/early '00s films like Deep Impact, wife of designer Adam Kimmel WHY WE LOVE HER: For fighting the good fight to keep Old Hollywood glamour alive.
STYLE SIGNATURES: A-line shirtdresses, ridiculously full skirts, sleek jumpsuits, red lipstick, chignons
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: The CFDA Awards, Haute Couture fashion shows
FUN FACT: Leelee speaks fluent French, so she should feel perfectly at home grabbing some tea and a croissant in between the Paris shows.

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Leelee Sobieski
Julia Sarr-Jamois

WHO: Fashion editor at Wonderland magazine WHY WE LOVE HER: Something about her style just seems happy, like she's really having fun getting dressed.
STYLE SIGNATURES: High-top sneakers, sequins, boyfriend jeans, printed coats, mirrored sunglasses, big hair, neons
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED: At the European fashion weeks or in old magazines—she used to be a model whose campaigns included Diesel and Fred Perry.
FUN FACT: Like us, Julia also hates that moment when you accidentally like someone's photo on Instagram and don't know if you should undo it or not.

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Julia Sarr-Jamois
Mary Elizabeth Winstead

WHO: North Carolina-born actress best known for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World WHY WE LOVE HER: For dressing like she's from a different generation, in silhouettes far more ladylike than what most 20-somethings wear on the red carpet. Mary Elizabeth's the girl that's least likely to flash the paparazzi, and we respect that.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Minaudières, pointy-toed pumps, pencil skirts, shift dresses, soft pastels and neutral palettes
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Her recording studio, working on her album with her band, Got a Girl.
FUN FACT: Mary Elizabeth's dream role would've been Uma Thurman's part in Kill Bill.

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Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Eleonora Carisi

WHO: Owner of Italian concept store You You Store, blogger at Jou Jou Villeroy WHY WE LOVE HER: She's got a Hitchcock-heroine-meets-Ruff-Ryders thing going on.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Pencil skirts,  cat eye sunglasses, side parts, cheery colors (especially paired together), fur, tattoos
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Milan Fashion Week
FUN FACT: Eleonora was once wore an entirely see-through top to go take pictures with a friend on New York City's bustling Park Avenue. The girl is bold.

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Eleonora Carisi
Joséphine de La Baume

WHO: French actress and singer in band Singtank; wife of DJ Mark Ronson WHY WE LOVE HER: For melding a look that's part "I'm with the band" rebellious and part "I sell crafts on Etsy" sweet. Think tea dresses paired with bedhead and insane cleavage, sorta like '90s Courtney Love.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Flower crowns, novelty clutches, vintage-y dresses, leather jackets, knee socks and Mary Janes
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: London hotspots to watch her husband DJ; H&M events, since she collaborates with the brand.
FUN FACT: Joséphine devours DVD box sets of Breaking Bad just like the rest of us.

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Joséphine de La Baume
Atlanta de Cadenet

WHO: Los Angeles-based model and DJ with glamorous parents (Duran Duran bassist John Taylor and British model-turned-television-host Amanda de Cadenet) WHY WE LOVE HER: Her looks have that just-threw-this-together coolness we try so hard to nail. Of course, they look totally effortless on her.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Ankle boots, leather skirts, wavy hair, oversize satchels, vintage t-shirts and Grease-inspired jackets
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Coachella, or behind the DJ booth of a New York or London fashion party
FUN FACT: Atlanta's fail-safe party track is Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize." Good choice.

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Atlanta de Cadenet
Juno Temple

WHO: A scene-stealing British actress with unkempt blonde hair that looks better messy than styled. WHY WE LOVE HER: The fearless way she mixes and matches ideas from different eras. The pieces in Juno's wardrobe swing from Victorian-inspired to Courtney Love-level grunge, and somehow she makes it all work.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Platform shoes, fur and always looking disheveled in a good way.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: If she's not on set filming, Juno likes to dig through thrift stores and flea markets for her next vintage treasure.
FUN FACT: One day, you might find yourself wearing bras, underwear and slips with the star's name on the tags. "I want to be a lingerie designer at some point in my life," she told us back in October 2011.

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Juno Temple
Jenna Lyons

WHO: The president and executive creative director of J.Crew (and eponymous source of "Jenna's Picks" for well over a decade running). WHY WE LOVE HER: 20 years ago, people would've balked at the idea of wearing stripes and florals together. Now, thanks to Jenna, it's considered a classic combo.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Boyfriend jeans with towering heels, thick-framed eyeglasses, orange-red lipstick
MOST LIKELY TO BE SEEN AT: J.Crew fashion shows and presentations, any event hosted by the CFDA (she's a member of its committee)
FUN FACT: Jenna's entire career has been at J.Crew. She started there as a junior designer in 1990 and steadily worked her way up.

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Jenna Lyons
Brit Marling

WHO: Although she's best known as an indie actress, a big part of Marling's career happens behind the scenes. Besides starring in Another Earth, Sound Of My Voice and The East, she also co-wrote and co-produced each one. WHY WE LOVE HER: Beautiful as Brit is (glowing skin, a spun-gold perma-blowout, piercing blue eyes), she doesn't rely on her looks to get by. Just like she'd rather write her own material than settle for generic leading lady roles, she's also trailblazer on the red carpet, and never shows up in something boring or safe.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Black and white, statement silhouettes and romantic details
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Multi-day film festivals and out and about in L.A., where she currently lives.
FUN FACT: Not only is Brit a Georgetown graduate, but she was offered a job at Goldman Sachs straight out of college. "No thanks," she told them. "I'm going to be an artist."

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Brit Marling
Alexa Chung

WHO: She started her path to fame as a model, but these days Alexa is best know for just, well, being Alexa. Every project the It Brit takes on—designing for Madewell, DJing, writing her memoirs, hosting TV shows—is centered around her spot-on style sense and winning personality. WHY WE LOVE HER: For always balancing granny-chic pieces, classic menswear and schoolyard staples with such effortless finesse.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Wearing dresses as jumpers, loafers, oversized pullovers
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: At an intimate store opening party for one of her favorite brands, like Chanel or Valentino, or bouncing around an outdoor music festival with some of her equally stylish friends.
FUN FACT: She won't wear a topknot without lipstick. "Without lipstick on, you're just looking at the topknot," she revealed in an recent interview for Stylist

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Alexa Chung
Solange Knowles

WHO: Who cares if she's Beyoncé's sister?! Solange's DJing and singing skills are good enough to make her a standalone star. WHY WE LOVE HER: Two words: prints and color. No one mixes them quite like this lady.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Pattern-layering, statement shoes, an enviable 'fro (which occasionally has equally awesome rasta braids woven in).
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Behind her DJ booth, mixing tracks until the wee hours of the morning, or entertaining friends at her beautiful Brooklyn brownstone.
FUN FACT: As a teenager, Solange starred as head cheerleader in the hit movie Bring It On's sequel, Bring It On: All Or Nothing. Yes you guys, that was her.

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Solange Knowles
Sky Ferreira

WHO: After launching her music career by way of MySpace, Sky's quickly become one of the most exciting electro-pop acts out there right now. WHY WE LOVE HER: She always looks like she heading to or coming from an exclusive "I'm with the band" kind of party where everyone's having way too much fun.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Bright lipstick, smudgy eyeliner, denim, leather
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Backstage before or after a big concert, front row at a Saint Laurent show (because she's totally Hedi Slimane's kind of girl)
FUN FACT: Michael Jackson was a family friend! Because her grandmother (who raised her alone) was the late singer's hairstylist, Sky spend a lot of spare time at his house growing up; the pair even accompanied the superstar on vacation.

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Sky Ferreira
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Kate Foley

WHO: As a buyer for Opening Ceremony, Kate's responsible for the boutique's perfect mishmash of up-and-coming label and big-name brands. WHY WE LOVE HER: For turning tea dresses and A-line skirts on their prim-and-proper heads with camo, letterman jackets and other uniform-y pieces.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Flatform sandals, bright white socks, delicate lace
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: A newbie designer's studio, previewing his or her collection; hanging around downtown Manhattan near the OC headquarters.
FUN FACT: She has an extensive collection of Bearbricks, which are colorful toy bear figures made in Japan. Order one for yourself here.

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Kate Foley
Zoe Saldana

WHO: Actress known for her roles in Avatar, Star Trek and Center Stage WHY WE LOVE HER: She's a bona fide fashion maverick who's fearless when it comes to tackling trends. She wears designer runway looks better than most models and never shies away from a potentially controversial red carpet gown.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Voluminous ruffles, daring sheer paneling and sky-high hemlines
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: The red carpet premiere of one of her many films, a major awards show, supporting one of her favorite young designers in the front row at fashion week.
FUN FACT: Zoe's a trained ballerina! After moving to the Dominican Republic with her mom as a preteen, she enrolled in the ECOS Espacio de Danza Academy, where she studied ballet, jazz and contemporary dance for nearly a decade. No wonder those Center Stage pirouettes looked so natural.

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Zoe Saldana
Sofia Coppola

WHO: Oscar-winning director, wife of Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars and daughter of famed director Francis Ford Coppola. WHY WE LOVE HER: Her films are some of our all-time favorites (Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette and The Virgin Suicides, anyone?!), and she's one of the only women who can successfully pull off ballet flats on the red carpet.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Striped shifts, classic little black (or white!) dresses, soft bow-neck blouses and slim, dark denim. When not in her favorite flats, Sofia favors delicate ankle-strap heels of sensible height.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Front row at Marc Jacobs' or Anna Sui's runway shows, running errands around Soho or in Paris, at the Cannes Film Festival or the Oscars.
FUN FACT: Back in the '90s, Sofia designed her own label of tees and basics called Milk Fed. It's actually still produced in Japan, though the award-winning director no longer has a hand in the designs.

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Sofia Coppola
Nadia Aboulhosn

WHO: Half-Lebanese style blogger and aspiring designer whose stunning good looks won her American Apparel's XL Model Search in 2011. WHY WE LOVE HER: Nadia flaunts her incredible curves like nobody's business, and is never afraid to experiment with cutouts, body-conscious silhouettes, sheer fabrics or wacky accessories. We're obsessed with her body confidence.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Crop tops, chunky jewelry, second-skin party dresses and architectural folds and draping.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Traveling the world for various plus size fashion campaigns, hosting shopping parties with her blogger BFFs, snapping photos around NYC
FUN FACT: Nadia's style icon? None other than Lady Gaga.

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Nadia Aboulhosn
Mélanie Laurent

WHO: French actress best known for her roles in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds (2009) and opposite Ewan McGregor in Beginners (2011) WHY WE LOVE HER: She's proof that the secret to effortless French style is all about simplicity. She's also an ardent supporter of the braid, which is never a bad thing.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Slouchy suiting separates, little black dresses, epic braided hairstyles and barely-there makeup
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: The Cannes Film Festival, front row at a major French fashion house's couture show
FUN FACT: Mélanie was discovered by legendary Gallic actor Gérard Depardieu while she was hanging out on a movie set with a friend. When he asked her whether she wanted to act, she replied, "Why not?"—and before long, he offered her a part in one of his films (1999's The Bridge).

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Mélanie Laurent
Hannah Bronfman

WHO: DJ, Co-founder of digital appointment-making app Beautified and record/clothing label Green Owl WHY WE LOVE HER: Unlike dozens of other PYTs content to do little other than attend parties every night, Hannah's got a major entrepreneurial streak. She's particularly committed to environmental sustainability.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Mixed prints, offbeat high-waisted pants, chunky-soled architectural footwear and pieces with a decidedly '90s bent.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Behind the turntables at pretty much any collection launch or fashion week party you can imagine.
FUN FACT: Hannah loves mixing up exotic dishes as much as she does music. "Cooking is a huge pastime of mine," she told us. "I've got a garden at home—right now we're habanero peppers and tomatoes. I cook dinner every chance I get, and love experimenting with different recipes."

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Hannah Bronfman
Emily Weiss

WHO: Founder and creative director of Into the Gloss, one of today's most influential beauty sites WHY WE LOVE HER: ITG's approachable voice and insider-y angle makes it a daily must-read. Emily's gained access to the medicine cabinets and vanity tables of some of our favorite ladies, from Miranda Kerr to Léa Seydoux to our very own editor-in-chief, Eva Chen!
STYLE SIGNATURES: Head-to-toe black or white, topped off (or should we say bottomed off?) with consistently amazing pairs of strappy, pointy stilettos. Emily never met a moto jacket or sharp-shouldered blazer she didn't like.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Snapping photos backstage at NYFW, chatting with models at the launch of a big-name beauty collab.
FUN FACT: Remember The Hills' Teen Vogue super-intern? Yep, that was Emily.

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Emily Weiss
Cara Delevingne

WHO: Model-of-the-moment, sister of the similarly crazy-stylish Poppy Delevingne, Burberry face, Rita Ora's apparent "wifey" and the owner of a truly spectacular pair of eyebrows. WHY WE LOVE HER: In a sea of straight-faced catwalkers, Cara never misses an opportunity to crack a smile backstage, during interviews or while out on the town. She doesn't take anything too seriously and makes modeling look really, really fun.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Statement sunglasses, beanies, graphic snapbacks and slogan tees.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Backstage at any of the four major fashion weeks, out and about in London, at a music festival.
FUN FACT: Cara's also an actress—she made her onscreen debut as Princess Sorokina in the 2012 adaptation of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina alongside Keira Knightley and Jude Law.

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Cara Delevingne
Candice Lake

WHO: Model-turned-photographer, NYFW fixture and blogger WHY WE LOVE HER: Though she used to strut runways, Candice is happier behind the camera these days—though you almost wouldn't guess it from her incredibly photogenic outfits.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Monochromatic menswear-influenced looks, classic eyewear and the occasional kooky hat.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: Snap-snap-snapping away around Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week—or in London, Milan or Paris throughout the rest of the month.
FUN FACT: Candice gave up her budding career as a model to return to school in her native Australia and earn a degree in photography.

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Candice Lake
Lily Kwong

WHO: Model, entrepreneur, writer and recent Columbia University grad (she's got a degree in urban studies and sociology). She's also designer Joseph Altuzarra's cousin, and supports his collection by wearing it out on the town constantly. WHY WE LOVE HER: Lily's got beauty and brains! The San Francisco native helped her father launch Nuvana.org, a social media and gaming nonprofit, and graduated from college last year both summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
STYLE SIGNATURES: Lily loves graphic patterns and bold florals, but always opts for sleek and streamlined silhouettes. You're more likely to glimpse her in skinny trousers and pencil skirts than in something skin-baring and super-sexy.
MOST LIKELY TO BE SPOTTED AT: A cultural, artsy event, like a gallery opening or art fair. She's also been known to pop up at Manhattan movie premieres, designer-hosted dinners and—of course—NYFW.
FUN FACT: In keeping with her love of tech, Lily recently launched a line of mobile accessories with Cellairis, the LK Collection. Buy 'em at Lilykwong.com.

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Lily Kwong