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This week’s Rate or Slate consists of some rather interesting dress choices.

Agyness Deyn embraced the vivid side of colour, sporting a red House of Holland AW12/13 dress, sheer tights and matching red shoes at the Empire Awards 2012.

Kim Kardashian, meanwhile, made sure all eyes were on her and those famed curves, after she turned up to celebrity Blogger Perez Hilton’s Mad Hatter tea party themed 34th birthday bash in a monochrome optical illusion number, complete with fascinator.

The Inbetweeners actress Laura Haddock, (who plays Will’s love interest Alison in the movie), opted for a sultry, black lace Emilio Pucci number for the Empire Awards 2012.

The looks are in and it’s over to the Style Jury…

MFL Fashion New Editor says:

‘None of these outfits particularly wowed me the way last week’s impressive bunch did, and, although my jaw hasn’t hit the floor, I have to admit that all three ladies look lovely!’

Agyness: ‘I love seeing Agyness Deyn unleashing her feminine side, and red is definitely a hot colour for her, although I wish she didn’t wear the tights.’

Kim: ‘As always, Kim looks curvy-licious and beautiful, so no change there.’

Laura: ‘In my opinion, Laura Haddock would win if this were a competition between the three girls, as her look is simple but not safe; definitely a glam and appropriate choice for the Empire Awards.’

You say:

‘Agnyess looks really pretty. Best she’s looked in a long time in my opinion! She suits the bob way more than the buzz cut!’ – @KatieArmstrong via Twitter

‘Absolutely Deyn!’ – @wildanteddy

Verdict: RATE to the power of three! Looks like My Fashion Life HQ and our loyal readers are definitely digging all three looks!

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