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TIME magazine has released the 2014 edition of its much-anticipated annual list, ‘The 100 Most Influential People.’ This year it features a slew of characters that you may recognize as regular fixtures on Highsnobiety. Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams, and even Miley Cyrus were all given the honor, with Beyoncé unsurprisingly coming in at number one. It marks a distinct change in the influence that people of the entertainment industries are beginning to have on the world, with more present than ever before. Other appearances on the list includes Natalie Massanet, founder of NET-A-PORTER Edward Snowden, Steve McQueen and Phoebe Philo, creative director of Céline. Here is a list of 50 people included, in alphabetical order, and visit the TIME website to see the full list of 100.

Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan
Marina Abramovic, performance artist
Abu Du’a, leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria
Amy Adams, actor
Anat Admati, economist
Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile
Mary Barra, CEO, General Motors
Beyoncé, singer, entrepreneur
Jeff Bezos, CEO, Amazon
Jerry Brown, Governor of California
Christy Turlington Burns, supermodel, advocate
Hillary Clinton, Former United States Secretary of State
Jason Collins, basketball player, Brooklyn Nets
Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme
Alfonso Cuarón, director
Benedict Cumberbatch, actor
Miley Cyrus, singer
Aliko Dangote, President, Dangote Group, Nigeria Private Sector Health Alliance
Megan Ellison, producer, founder, Annapurna Pictures
Tony Fadell, founder and CEO, Nest
Pope Francis, Pontifex
Kirsten Gillibrand, U.S. Senator, New York
John Green, author
Abdullah Gul, President of Turkey
Andrew Haldane, Executive Director for Financial Stability, Bank of England
Katharine Hayhoe, climatologist
Eric Holder, United States Attorney General
Carl Icahn, investor
Obadah al-Kaddri, Syrian activist, director of Radio Watan
Travis Kalanick, CEO, Uber
Arvind Kejriwal, Indian politican
Megyn Kelly, host, FOX News’ The Kelly File
John Kerry, United States Secretary of State
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, comedians
Kim Jong Un, Supreme Leader of North Korea
Lydia Ko, golfer
David and Charles Koch, executives
Jenji Kohan, television writer, producer, director
John Kovac, astronomer
Robert Lanza, Chief Scientific Officer, Advanced Cell Technology
Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, songwriters, Frozen
Jack Ma, chairman, Alibaba
Pony Ma, founder and CEO, Tencent Holdings
Thuli Madonsela, human rights lawyer
Nicolás Maduro, President of Venezuela
Natalie Massenet, founder, Net-A-Porter
Matthew McConaughey, actor
Major General Herbert Raymond McMaster, commander, Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, Georgia
Steve McQueen, director
Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany

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