Vanity Fair Names Silicon Valley's 10 Best-Dressed


(Getty Images) L-R - Jack Dorsey with Anna Wintour, Marissa Mayer, Pete Cashmore

The folks over at Vanity Fair sure do know how to compile a good best-dressed list—the Conde Nast glossy's annual September mega-list spans Hollywood, socialites, generic rich people, and cultural tastemakers and is one of the most-referenced sartorial rankings in media. Yesterday, VanityFair.com tried its hand at ranking Silicon Valley's best-dressed... with mixed results.

Do you agree with Gizmodo's senior staff writer Sam Biddle when he tweeted:


What do you think of the list? Here's the rundown, with some select photos and screengrabs:

1. Marissa Mayer, President and CEO of Yahoo - "Her personal style—bold, colorful, decidedly un-drab—inspires the same unwavering image of leadership as, say, Michelle Obama’s."


(Getty Images) Marissa Mayer

2. Jack Dorsey, Founder of Twitter, CEO of Square - Cited for "significant improvement in the form of slim-fitting suits, popped collars, and skinny ties from timeless brands like Dior Homme, Prada, and Hermès."


(Getty Images) Jack Dorsey with Anna Wintour

3. Sean Parker, Board Director of Spotify and Yammer - "Sean Parker’s signature style consists of ready-to-club suits, slick jackets, preppy sweater-and-tie ensembles, and smudged Converse sneakers."


(Getty Images) Sean Parker

4. Alison Pincus, Co-Founder and CPO at One Kings Lane - "The Tory Burch of the Bay"


(One Kings Lane) Alison Pincus

5. Juliet de Baubigny, Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers - "The mother of two is often seen in structured shift dresses, belted frocks, and flowing asymmetrical gowns, many of which she’s likely bought online at her favorite online shopping sites, Net-A-Porter and Kirna Zabete."


(Getty Images) Juliet de Baubigny, left, in 2010

6. Vint Cerf, Computer Scientist - "Vint Cerf lays claim to a wardrobe of sleek three-piece suits and red ties, not unlike Gene Hackman’s attire in The Royal Tenenbaums."


(Getty Images) Vint Cerf in 2010

7. Pete Cashmore, CEO and Founder of Mashable - "...blessed with a gorgeous jawline, complemented by his unbuttoned Oxford shirts and well-tailored suits."


(Getty Images) Pete Cashmore)

8. Ruzwana Bashir, CEO and Co-Founder of Peek.com - "The Harvard Business School graduate has been seen in cap-toe Lanvin sneakers, bright-orange Hermès bracelets, and silky, long gowns."



9. Marc Andreessen, Creator of Netscape and Mosaic - "Marc Andreessen has been known to keep it simple in an Oxford button-down and shorts on sunny days in the Valley." Also, VF notes that he wears "power suits."



10. Jeremy Stoppelman, Co-Founder and CEO of Yelp - "The 35-year-old has found his sartorial self, favoring classic threads with “an edge,” slim-cut suits, and textured materials."


(Getty Images) Jeremy Stoppelman in 2011

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