Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg is the most influential man in the world

The first place is the famous founder of site Facebook – Mark Zuckerberg, followed by the father of Apple, Steve Jobs.

Moreover, the top ten of Vanity Fair is dominated by people from the new generation of Internet.

In third place were Google founders, Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt, in fifth place – Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and the ninth – the founders of Twitter, Evan Williams and Biz Stone.

If actor Johnny Depp and singer Lady Gaga were on 20th place, 23th respectively in the top, other stars included in the rank was actor and producer Tom Hanks, on 25, followed by stand-up comedy actor Jon Stewart, on 29, and famous television star Oprah Winfrey on 34.

Also, U2 frontman Bono came immediately after Oprah, and Canadian director James Cameron, who had record revenue this year with “Avatar”, came in 36th position.

Rapper Jay-Z ranked 58th, followed at short distance by the actor, director and producer George Clooney, on 66, while the couple Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt ranked No. 75.

The best ranked designer in the top was Ralph Lauren on the 16th place, followed by Karl Lagerfeld – the 39, Prada (56) and Burberry owners (61). John Galliano from Dior was ranked 91st.

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Controversial Photos: Claudia Schiffer as a black girl make-up

The supermodel (39 years old) has changed her colors skin for the photo shoot made by the designer Karl Lagerfeld. Photographs were made two years ago for an advertising campaign. Six pictures of Claudia appeared in German magazine “Stern Fotografie” to celebrate its 60th anniversary.

“It shows poor taste and it’s offensive”. “There are not enough women of colour featured in mainstream magazines. This just suggests you can counteract the problem by using white models”. “I don’t believe they deliberately set out to offend, they obviously see it as being arty and feel that they are pushing boundaries”. “But clearly no thought has been given to the history behind what they have done and the comparisons it draws with minstrel shows.”, said Shevelle Rhule, fashion editor at Pride Magazine.

Claudia is not shooting only as a black girl but Asian too. In other photos she looks like Marie Antoinette.

A spokesman for the model said: “The pictures have been taken out of context. The images were designed to reflect different men’s fantasies”. “The pictures were not intended to offend, they were done very creatively and they are some of Karl Lagerfeld’s favourite images of Claudia. People should not jump to conclusions.”

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