YOU, The Fashion Jury: Rate The Looks!

09 February 2011

Morning lovelies and welcome to a bumper-packed edition of Fashion Jury! For this week's installment we're bringing you SIX ladies whose ensembles are dividing opinions here at Grazia HQ and we want to hear YOUR verdict. Have a browse at the contestants below then let us know whether you're loving or loathing their looks. Oh, and as always your comment could appear in next week's issue of Grazia magazine!

Georges Hobeika katy perry

At her perfume launch in Mexico, Katy Perry decided to turn up the heat in this super-duper cleavage enhancing Georges Hobeika dress. Did she nail the sex kitten look or was it just a little too much for pre-watershed hours?

Michelle Williams chanel

From one extreme to another, Michelle Williams, with her oh-so pretty elfin crop, opted for a prim Chanel S/S '11 outfit at the 83rd Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in LA. Teaming a classic tweed skirt with a peep-hole top and black courts, her look was simple and chic - or is it a total bore?

nicole kidman YSL

Meanwhile, Nicole Kidman joined Michelle at the pre-Oscars bash sporting an ever-so-ladylike red dress from YSL's S/S '11 catwalk. The silk chiffon bow blouse design with a black fingerprint motif is a bold, fashion-forward choice for the yummy mummy - do you think she pulls it off?

Moving onto style stuntwoman Daphne Guinness who was road-testing the theory that perforated fabrics are considerably warmer for sub-zero temperatures when hitting the London tiles earlier this week. Bonkers or brilliant?

And here's Diane Kruger championing the hottest trend of the season: seventies flares. She looks as cool as a cucumber in the light blue pair topped off with a flash of leopard print (and her sexy man). Seriously, does this lady ever put a fashion foot wrong?

And finally, we bring you Elle Macpherson who was spotted working a rock chick look while on the school run. Too cool or so impractical? YOU decide!

- Lily Russo

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