Kate Moss clobbered in fashion bible's best dressed list


Kate Moss à New Yprk en 2006
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LONDON, Nov 7, 2007 (AFP) - Kate Moss got a triple slap in the face from Harper's Bazaar fashion magazine, whose best dressed women in Britain 2007 list comes out Thursday, November 6th.

Not only did the supermodel slide down the glossy monthly style bible's rankings, but she was also beaten by two models linked to her ex boyfriends and a starlet dubbed "the new Kate Moss".

Moss, who topped the 2004 list, came second in 2005 and third in 2006, plunged to 10th this year.

She was deemed less fashionable than rocker Pete Doherty's on-off lover, Romanian model Irina Lazareanu (ninth), and Belgian model Anouck Lepere (eighth), fiancee of Jefferson Hack, who is the father of Moss's daughter.

Russian model Natalia Vodianova was ranked the best dressed woman of 2007, followed by British actress Thandie Newton and British model Agyness Deyn -- nicknamed "the new Kate Moss" by the British press.

Outside the top 10, Jemima Khan, ex wife of Pakistani cricketer-turned- politician Imran Khan was ranked 12th ; US singer Madonna came 15th and singer and activist Bob Geldof's daughter Peaches was 17th.

British actresses Sienna Miller (18th), Keira Knightley (21st), Rachel Weisz (22nd), Kate Winslet (23rd) and Emma Watson (24th) came further down the list.

The full list appears in the December issue of Harper's Bazaar.

Harper's Bazaar best dressed women of 2007 :

1. Natalia Vodianova (model)

2. Thandie Newton (actress)

3. Agyness Deyn (model)

4. Helen Mirren (actress)

5. Lily Allen (singer)

6. Emily Blunt (actress)

7. J. K. Rowling (authoress)

8. Anouck Lepere (model)

9. Irina Lazareanu (model)

10. Kate Moss (model)

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