Fri, 28 Sep 2012 09:00:00 GMT | By Craig Butcher
The Sunday Times Style magazine's 10 best cover girls

Sunday Times Style has picked their 10 best female cover stars



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UK women's fashion supplement the Sunday Times Style magazine has released a "10 different iconic front covers" edition featuring shots of who the judging panel describes as "the 10 most beautiful women in the world."

The editor, Tiffanie Darke, and a panel of experts on the magazine put together their top 10 list to celebrate 10 years of the magazine. But what do you think? Have the British got it right?

We've shown the models in all their high-fashion-glam-make-up glory, along with a more recognisable shot that might help you recognise them.

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