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Who Wore Versace for H&M Better? Jessica Alba or Fan Bingbing

Jessica Alba was the first to wear this Versace for H&M studded top and skirt when she attended the fashion show to celebrate the collaboration two weeks ago in New York City.

The actress sported a high ponytail, red lips which matched her nail polish, black tights and black pumps.

Fan Bingbing wore the same look this week at the Chen Man Photography Exhibition in Shanghai, China.

Like Jessica, she also added tights and black pumps, but Fan had more fun with her look, sporting fun frames, a Louis Vuitton hat and a Jeremy Scott for Adidas leather jacket.

Fan wins easily for me, as Jess looked a tad frumpy in comparison.

If you still can’t make up your mind, click on the image above to see more pictures of these ladies in their Versace for H&M look.

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Fan Bingbing In Versace for H&M – Chen Man Photography Exhibition

Whilst most of Fan Bingbing’s peers opted for cutesy dresses at the opening of the Chen Man Photography exhibition last night in Shanghai, China, Fan decided upon a more edgy look.

The Asian actress wore a Versace for H&M studded top and skirt: her second look from this collection.

Her high-street look was toughened up with a Jeremy Scott for Adidas winged leather jacket and a Louis Vuitton baker boy hat.

Those of you who love Princess Fan Bingbing might not like this change of pace, but I think she appears to be having a lot of fun on the red carpet at the moment by switching things up a bit.

She can’t wear a gown to everything, as much as we’d like her to.

Steve Urkel-style glasses, tights and black pumps completed her look.

Do you find this look fun and entertaining or is she trying too hard?

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Fan Bingbing In Tanya Couture – Coach’s 70th Anniversary Party

Fan Bingbing joined Gwyneth Paltrow on the red carpet in Beijing, China last night for Coach’s 70th Anniversary Party.

She once again showed that she’s not a one-trick ‘Princess’ pony by wearing a Tanya Couture Spring 2012 dress.

The dress was showcased last month during China Fashion Week, so it’s great that she’s supporting a local designer at this high profile event.

Her blue floor-length dress with a high-waist skirt has a chiffon double-layered blouse.

This blouse is decorated with sparkling beaded details and accented with a dazzling brooch on the neckline.

The actress donned one of her Rebecca wigs and perched a burgundy hat to the side.

A metallic Coach shoulder bag completed her look.

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Fan Bingbing In Versace for H&M – Rebecca Fashion Show

Two days ago, Fan Bingbing attended the Rebecca Fashion show in Beijing, China.

The Asian actress was one of the first to wear a look from the Versace for H&M collection.

Those of you bored of the Fan/Elie Saab connection will be pleased that she shows a lot more of her quirky personality with this floral dress.

Whilst donning one of her many wigs, she teamed the look with jolly green tights and Versace Spring 2010 pumps.

Bold red lips completed her look.

Would you like to see more quirky looks from Fan, or do you prefer her more princess-like?

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Fan Bingbing In Elie Saab Couture – People of the Year Awards 2011 by Bazaar Men

Fan Bingbing proved that she is most definitely the unofficial (or even official) brand ambassador for Elie Saab at the People of the Year Awards 2011.

The event was held in Beijing, China, in conjunction with Bazaar Men for Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week.

She looked breathtaking (when doesn’t she?) wearing an Elie Saab Spring 2011 Couture gown.

Her stone-embroidered gown with a grosgrain waistband and elbow-length sleeves was teamed with Cartier jewels which sparkled as brightly as her gown.

A side-swept bun and coral lips completed her look.

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