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Salma Hayek vs. Anne Hathaway: Who wore Stella McCartney better?

Stella McCartney’s beautiful creations grace the super-toned bodies of several celebrity-supes daily. And given the Designer of the Year gong she picked up at this year’s British Fashion Awards, we’re not surprised.

So when we spotted gorgeous ladies Salma Hayek and Anne Hathaway in the same Resort 2013 fringed frock by said designer, we couldn’t fight off the urge of an inevitable fash-off!

Anne Hathaway was the first to give the fringed number an outing, when she wore it for an appearance on the David Letterman show back in July, teamed with her signature pixie crop. Her look was rather vanilla for our liking, but she still looked nothing short of fabulous.

Salma Hayek was second in line to don the fringed frock. Bringing a little LBD fun to the British Fashion Awards 2012 red carpet, Salma topped off her look with a chic top knot, Guiseppe Zanotti pumps and Boucheron jewellery.

An LBD with a twist – in this case, the Twenties-inspired fringing – is always a winner, and props to the both ladies for doing the dress justice in their own way. But being a fash-off, there can only be one winner…

Anne Hathaway steals the show this week with her simple-yet-effective take on dressing an LBD. The detail on the dress warrants an overall subtle look, and we think Anne’s minimal make up, pixie crop and simple black pumps add to that appeal.

Salma, although looking super-hot in her LBD, went a little overboard with the uber-glam hairdo. Teaming a stunning (read: super expensive) diamond necklace with a high neckline is jewellery suicide – that necklace would sit better with a lower neckline. Salma’s look is a little too busy for our fashioned-out peepers!

Do you agree with our style verdict? Whose look do you prefer?

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