NEW YORK (AP) -- Barack and Michelle Obama are edging out Hollywood stars on Vanity Fair's International Best-Dressed List.
The president makes the list for the first time in issues out Wednesday, joining his wife, who has been named twice before.
No longer on the list is Angelina Jolie, although her husband Brad Pitt remains, based on a poll of fashion insiders. Other stars getting the honor are Penelope Cruz, Anne Hathaway, NBC correspondent Tiki Barber and James Bond star Daniel Craig.
The Obamas weren't the only stylish political dressers named. French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy made the list along with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his companion, Diana Taylor.