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Happy New Year! We hope you’ve all had a lovely and relaxing  break over the Christmas period and feeling refreshed enough to conquer 2012 head on. Before we permanently say goodbye to 2011, here are 5 fashion supremes who have rocked our sartorial world over the past year:

1. Catherina Baba (image via Hanneli)

Why do we love Catherine Baba? Because when the fashion-fish swim in one direction, this maven will be seen to be swimming in the opposite. We have no doubt that this lady’s influence on the industry will only continue to get stronger…

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Want to go Baba? Invest in a colourful statement piece that can be easily layered like this Haider Ackermann knit:

2. Julia Sarr Jamois (image via Stockholm Street Style)

This super hot Wonderland editor has fashion tails wagging when it comes to her thrown together super cool style… Don’t even get us started on the love we have for her hair.

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Key Sarr Jamois piece? A hit of the unexpected in a classic shape like this J.W Anderson jumper (miraculously on sale and last one left!)

3. Giovanna Battaglia (image via Stockholm Street Style)

Picking one image of this Italian beauty was almost impossible never mind having to try sum up what it is that makes Miss Battaglia so fantastic. We’ve decided that it is her ability to make retro fashion look so incredibly hot and instantly covetable – that this is her USP (unique selling point ;)

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Want the Battaglia look? Then don’t be afraid of prints in retro shapes (like this Jil Sander light coat) – a trend that is set to continue all the way through to next Winter.

4. Taylor Tomasi Hill   (image via Stockholm Street Style)

This red-headed accessories editor has been creating fashion waves for a while but made the ultimate splash in 2011. A keen mixologist, we pen Taylor down as the ultimate fashion adventurist…

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Want to know Taylor’s secret at keeping it chic? Killer shoes that make a statement but don’t impose on the entire outfit – just like these beautiful Camilla Skovgaard’s:

5. Francesca Burns (via Stockholm Street Style)

Fran Burns has had quite the transitional year going from fashion editor at iD Magazine to the wildly different British Vogue. The only thing that has remained the same? Her impeccable style and killer eye for a cool print.

Want the Franny look? Keep it cool, keep it interesting but most importantly, keep it Fun with a capital ‘F’…

We hope you’ve enjoyed our best dressed list! Don’t forget that you can shop the above looks… :)