Silicon Valley’s Most Stylish

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Marissa Mayer
President and C.E.O. of Yahoo!

Recently, Marissa Mayer was included in Complex magazine's now infamous "40 Hottest Women in Tech" slide show, a ... more 
Photo by: Courtesy of Getty Images
Marissa Mayer
President and C.E.O. of Yahoo!

Recently, Marissa Mayer was included in Complex magazine's now infamous "40 Hottest Women in Tech" slide show, a piece that reduced Mayer's many accomplishments-her Stanford credentials, her contributions at Google, her perch as the youngest C.E.O. at a Fortune 500 company-down to the fact that she is merely an attractive woman who works in Silicon Valley. To be sure, being both attractive and successful should not be a novelty in the tech world, but we'd argue her personal style-bold, colorful, decidedly un-drab-inspires the same unwavering image of leadership as, say, Michelle Obama's. Any powerful women whose closet is a Skittle bag of bright gowns by Jean Paul Gaultier, Sarah Burton, Oscar de la Renta, and vintage Balenciaga deserves the attention her garments command. less 
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Thu, Apr 18, 2013 2:12 PM EDT
Alyssa Bereznak




Thus far, VF.com has brought you society's sartorial upper crust, highlighting trim and tailored politicians, well-accessorized pontiffs, chic TV characters, and our beloved readers. This week's all-stars are the bigwigs of Silicon Valley, where pastures are green, ping-pong tables are aplenty, and company cafeterias serve beet juice. These 10 tech heavyweights have resisted the pull of the cotton hoodie and sneakers, crafting a West Coast entrepreneurial style all their own.


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