There is always one, who exudes a sense of style and incorporates trends almost effortlessly. We aren't talking about them. Here's to the rebels, the artistic seers, those pushing and pulling design and fashion to newer heights. Who see the art in the everyday. Mad props to the pioneers, like these nominees with their own style rules, for creating who and what they want to be, despite what anyone thinks.

  1. Andrej Pejic WinnerAndrej Pejic

    Born in Yugoslavia and raised in Serbia and Australia, Andrej Pejic is the androgynous male model who has taken the fashion world by storm. Scouted at age 17, Andrej has been highly successful modelling both men and women's fashion. Most recently, Andrej modeled the men and women's lines for Jean-Paul Gaultier and the men's line for Marc Jacobs.

    Pejic Interview »

  2. China ChowChina Chow

    Born in London and of Chinese, Scottish, Japanese and German descent, China Chow is the host of Bravo's hit show 'Work of Art.' Known for her style, she is a regular on international Best Dressed lists and is a muse to fashion designers and contemporary artists. Most recently she appeared in Barney's Fall Campaign, Karl Lagerfeld's Chanel Jacket book and is currently on the cover of Vogue China.

    Chow in 'W' »

  3. Jeremy Scott

    Pratt-alum Jeremy Scott is known by many for his bold creations, worn by the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Bjork, and even Miss Piggy. He famously designed Britney Spears's blue stewardess dress in her 'Toxic' video and now has collections all over the world, including his hugely popular shoe collaboration with Adidas.

    Scott's Adidas Line »

  4. Kelly Osbourne WinnerKelly Osbourne

    The daughter of Ozzy and Sharon, Kelly has branched out and accomplished quite a lot since 'Meet the Osbournes.' She has released an album, written an autobiography, appeared on 'Dancing with the Stars,' and will star in the upcoming film 'So Undercover.' These days you can find her dishing out fashion advice, and critiques, on E!'s 'Fashion Police.'

    Osbourne at Arts of Elysium »

  5. Sean AverySean Avery

    A professional hockey player, Sean Avery spent an off-season interning at Vogue to try and help achieve his dream of being a fashion editor once his hockey days are over. He guest-edited for the Men's Vogue website and was a guest judge on 'Project Runway.'

    Sean Avery Men's Health Interview »