She's not on the celebrity A-list, she’s not a supermodel, actress or aristocrat – and you are more likely to find her munching Krispy Kreme doughnuts than edamame beans.
But when it comes to dressing well, it seems there’s not a lot that even the most glamorous women in the world can teach Caroline Sieber – named the best-dressed woman in the world by fashion bible Tatler magazine.
Caroline, 27 – a virtual unknown to everyday fashion fans – beat trendsetters such as Carla Bruni, Samantha Cameron and Georgia May Jagger to the coveted accolade.
And her success marks a radical change of tack for the Tatler judges, who have chosen high-profile celebrities for the title in the past three years – X Factor judge Cheryl Cole, catwalk star Agyness Deyn and fashion goddess Kate Moss.
Bayswater-based Caroline is a ‘brand ambassador’ in London for fashion house Chanel, working as a stylist to the stars.
Harry Potter actress Emma Watson is among her celebrity clients.
Her fondness for doughnuts from Harrods does not seem to have adversely affected her willowy frame and she is always perfectly turned out at fashion events – though she is said never to wear the same thing twice.
Caroline, the daughter of a wealthy Austrian businessman, grew up in Vienna.
After university she arrived in London to work in accountancy, but abandoned her day job for a career in fashion.
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