Natalia Vodianova vs. Hailee Steinfeld in Louis Vuitton

One’s a model, the other a teenage acting prodigy. This week’s fash off is between two ladies on opposite ends of the age spectrum, but on an equal fashion footing.

Hollywood darling Hailee Steinfeld and Russian runway royalty, Natalia Vodianova, sported the same Louis Vuitton dress different events. Hailee opted to wear the textured, blue and brown number to the Teen Vogue 10th Anniversary Party last month, whilst Natalia (rather aptly) chose it for the Louis Vuitton SS’13 show earlier this month.

Styling wise, Hailee and Natalia took two completely different approaches. Hailee opted for a more red-carpet appropriate demeanour, adding a gold collar, strappy platform heels and a statement clutch, all by Louis Vuitton.

Natalia, on the other hand, took a rather risqué route with hers, wearing the near-sheer dress without a bra! She accessorised her look with a Louis Vuitton crocodile and sequin bag, blue suede pumps and carried the perfect cover up from the Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2012 collection on her arm.

But only one out of the two lovely ladies can steal the fash off crown, and this week, we’re firmly placing that crown on…drum roll…Natalia Vodianova’s head!

Although Hailee’s red carpet effort is commendable, the glossy ringlet curls and gold collar make the look a little busy on top. There’s too much to focus on, as all the accessories fight for attention at once! Natalia’s look is a little more laissez-faire (well, when in Paris…) and the statement bag is perfectly balanced out against the simple dress.

Even off the runway, Ms. Vodianova is busy stealing hearts with her style!

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