The "Vogue Best Dressed" List Exhibits Blonde, White Bias

    Four of their five most recent "best dressed" women of the year are blonde. Also: All are white.

    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.