Vanity Fair has opened its International Best Dressed List up to members of the general public for the first time ever.
The magazine is giving readers a chance to take part in the Best-Dressed Challenge from which a man and woman will be chosen to have their names and photos featured in the September issue.
Inglourious Basterds actress Diane Kruger has made it onto the list before.
Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair told the New York Times: “People who come into the list this way will probably have more interesting looks than those who come the traditional way.”
The line-up is usually made up of Hollywood actresses, fashion designers and royalty including Diane Kruger, Stella McCartney and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.
Kate Middleton is another familiar face people will expect to see included.
This will be the first year, since its conception back in 1940, that non-famous people will have a chance to be on the list and apparently all it takes is a photograph with the tag #vfbestdressed on Twitter or Instagram.