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in England, an "It" girl is a girl about town, very fashionable, always at parties, very popular, loads of money, very often of aristocratic background. To me the term evokes a lot of glitter and glamour, champagne and so forth. My German is not so colourful that I could come up with a good translation - but I hope this helps to get a term with the above connotations.
PS The current It girl, if you wish to research the topic, is Lady Victoria Hervey, who columns her exploits in the Sunday Times Style supplement. Her predecessor was the famed Tara Palmer-Tompkinson, who left to nurse her over-exercised liver in a very secluded, very expensive rehabilitation clinic.
Consumption of glossy magazines; Sunday Times "Style" supplement, sadly unavailable in Germany!
Karin Walker Germany Local time: 11:56 Native speaker of: English, German PRO pts in pair: 64