Cheryl Cole has been named Britain’s favourite fashion-forward icon of the last decade in a new poll.
The style survey from Galaxy Counters, which was conducted to mark the return of the 1980s chocolates, revealed that Cole won 34% of the vote of British women, ahead of Lady GaGa with 11%.
In joint third place were Emma Watson and Sienna Miller, each scoring 4%, while Lily Allen came fifth with 3%.
Meanwhile, Madonna was named the top fashion-forward icon of the 1980s with 31% of the vote, followed by Kylie Minogue and Debbie Harry on 9% each, Joan Collins on 8% and Annie Lennox on 5%.
Galaxy Counters spokesperson Jacqui Thomas said: “One in three British women say stonewash denim was one of the best trends to come out of the ’80s and it has definitely made a comeback of late – although in a revamped design from its original form.”
Other top ’80s clothes trends picked out by the public were fashion sunglasses, leg warmers, Ra Ra skirts and dancewear-as-fashion.