Vanity Fair released its 2011 International Best-Dressed List on Wednesday, with Kate Middleton making the roundup for the first time a as a member of the Royal Family. Also making the list was Princess Charlene, of Monaco, Justin Timberlake and Colin Firth.

The 2011 list marks the 72nd annual international compilation for the magazine. Middleton first made the list in 2008.

Declared among the International Best-Dressed this year are:

The Ladies

  • Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, the first lady of France
  • H.H. Sheikha Mozah Bint Nasser, wife of H.H., the Emir of Qatar and Unesco special envoy for basic and higher education
  • Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge
  • Andrea Dellal, former model
  • Carey Mulligan, British actress
  • Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund
  • Tilda Swinton, Scottish actress
  • Lizzie Tisch, entrepreneur
  • Princess Charlene of Monaco, former Olympic swimmer
  • Jane Lauder Warsh, president of Origins and Ojon

The Fellas

  • Mario D'urso, chairman of Mittel Capital
  • Arpad Busson, financier
  • Alejandro Santo Domingo, financier
  • Colin Firth, actor
  • Stavros Niarchos, shipping heir
  • Nicholas Foulkes, historian, writer
  • Marcus Samuelsson, chef, restaurant owner, author
  • Armie Hammer, actor
  • Justin Timberlake, actor, producer, singer-songwriter, designer
  • Jenson Button, Formula 1 driver

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