In the past decade, Vogue's best dressed women have been overwhelmingly white and blonde at 7 out of 10, while there has been only one non-white woman to win the honor. Is this bias, or are these women deserving? Or is it both? Let's take a look:
The latest star atop the annual "Vogue Best Dressed" list is Emma Stone.
The Olsens — also blonde (or at least, blonde at the time of this shoot) — won the accolade in 2011.
In 2010, during its Blake Lively obsession phase, "Vogue" gave Blake Lively the "Best Dressed" title.
Rachel McAdams was the best at wearing clothes according to "Vogue" in 2009.
In 2008, Anne Hathaway won the best-dressed contest.
The blonde bias was less evident over the five years prior to Hathaway.
The year 2006 brought us Angelina Jolie.
In 2005, "Vogue" gave us another blonde: Sienna Miller.
2004 was the only year of the past 10 that a nonwhite celeb reigned supreme at clothes-wearing, per "Vogue."
And in 2003, then-blonde-brunette hybrid Jennifer Aniston got the cover.