Theresa May has risen the ranks of parliament since becoming an MP in 1997, becoming Prime Minister almost 20 years later.
As she's taken on more prominent political roles, May has never been afraid to show her love of fashion. Her adoration of leopard print and kitten heels set her apart and sent a message to aspiring politicians that you could be serious about your work whilst also enjoying fashion.
Since she became PM, May has worn British designers like Roland Mouret, Vivienne Westwood and Amanda Wakeley on the world stage while also still relying on more affordable British contemporary British brands like Russell and Bromley and L.K Bennett.
Now, the Prime Minister has been interviewed and photographed for the April issue of US Vogue, speaking about everything from holding Donald Trump's hand to her insistence that her high profile job will not thwart her love of fashion.
In this image, taken by Annie Leibovitz, May wears a £400 coat by Egg with a custom cashmere jumper from Sine by Egg. She pairs these new pieces with old favourite boots by Russell and Bromley.
See how else she approaches dressing for the biggest job in politics...