1. The steeziest figure in the Greek drama has to be Christine Legarde, managing director of the IMF. Her scarf-game stays sharp, her pearls match her hair, mitigating austerity = classy.
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  2. Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis made his own Grexit by donning a helmet and riding off on a motorcycle, blonde in tow.
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  3. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras waffled on some big issues, but he's maintained a strong socialist aversion to ties.
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  4. ECB President Mario Draghi. I expect more from an Italian.
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  5. If your name is Francois and you're the President of France, you better come with some crispy Parisian tailoring. But he didn't. Comment dites-vous, "meh" en français?
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  6. If you're the German bossy villain and your name has so many hard consonants, you shouldn't be so dowdy. A generation of unemployed Greeks will remember Angela Merkel's frumpiness.
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