Business of Fashion has revealed their list of the 500 most influential people in the industry.
We're sure you won't bat an eyelid when we tell you that Alexa Chung has been named, or say that Vogue's Anna Wintour has made the cut again.
And of course it will come as no real surprise that Net-A-Porter founder Natalie Massenet or leggy Cara Delevinge are on it too.
The entries that we're most interest in, however, are both newcomers for 2015.
First up: Caitlyn Jenner.
Although the entries are decided after a poll plus months of research and extensive analysis of data, the transgender former Olympic gold medallist has impressed us with her sartorial choices on a number of occasions this year.
Remember that white dress Caitlyn donned to accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs back in June?
We rest our case.
Her figure-hugging Atelier Versace gown is the kind of garment we can only dream of owning.
Caitlyn - whose daughter Kendall Jenner is also named - has Angelina Jolie's stylist Jen Rade to thank for picking the show-stopping number.
Now to introduce the other star newbie who really stands out to us. Step forward, Amal Clooney.
The human rights lawyer's profile has really raised over the past 12 months.
Aside from marrying a Hollywood superstar, she's been involved in a number of high profile legal cases - all while being immaculately dressed in sensational designer pieces.
Other VIPs making their debut are model-of-the-moment Gigi Hadid, Instagram's co-founder Kevin Systrom and Donna Karan's chief executive Caroline Brown.
To mark the publication of this year's list, a glitzy party was held at Berners Tavern in London.
Guests at the seriously stylish gathering included top designers Christopher Kane, Simone Rocha, Gareth Pugh and Burberry's Christopher Bailey.