Who Wore Stella McCartney Better? Iman or Gwen Stefani

Supermodel Iman took to the red carpet at the Met Gala earlier this month wearing a gold and bronze sequined Stella McCartney jumpsuit.

The jumpsuit features a deep V-neck, padded shoulders, long sleeves and loose fitting pants.

Iman cinched in the waist with a decorative black and gold belt and accessorized with a mini clutch, platform heels and some stunning costume jewelry.

I like the details of this outfit but sadly I think the impact is lost in the fact that her hair, skin tone and the colour of the jumpsuit are all blending into one another. I think if the jumpsuit had been a different colour this would’ve been more impactful.

Gwen Stefani attended “The Tree of Life” 2011 Cannes Film Festival Premiere wearing the black version which she also opted to cinch in at the waist.

The rest of her accessories included platform heels, a gold clutch and matching bracelet.

I really love Gwen’s hair and makeup. I love the deep side part and wavy curls and I think her makeup is youthful and fun. Her punchy pink pout is pretty and perfectly complements the rest of her look so she wins for me.

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Stars In Stella MCartney – 2011 Met Gala

Madonna made a rare red carpet appearance at the 2011 Met Gala last night.

She was one of the many star to opt for a Stella McCartney gown.

The teal gown was embroidered with stars which ran down the back to the bottom of her train.

Sergio Rossi ‘Cachet Vague’ sandals with crystals embellishments completed her look.

Gwyneth Paltrow was the other star who gave me a case of deja vu on the red carpet at the 2011 Met Gala last night.

At first I thought her Stella McCartney nude crystal long sleeve embroidered gown was Michael Kors, plus it reminds me of many looks she has worn before.

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Who Wore Jason Wu Better? Shala Monroque or Iman

Jason Wu attended the 7th Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards with his stunning guest Shala Monroque last November.

The socialite wore a Jason Wu silk chiffon gown from the designers Spring 2011 collection with a blue trademark turban.

The statuesque beauty was radiant in this fuchsia gown. Gold drop earrings and a mahogany mini bag completed her look.

Speaking of radiant, supermodel Iman wore the same dress last night to the DKMS’ 5th Annual Gala in New York City.

Her pop of colour came via her Irene Neuwirth chrysoprase, turquoise and diamond earrings.

Shala wins of me. I would have given this to Iman had she opted for a contrasting clutch.

I do love it when stars go matchy matchy, but it doesn’t work for me on this occasion.

Shala and Iman’s Jason Wu gown is available to purchase from

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Iman In Marc Jacobs – The Point Foundation’s 4th Annual Point Honors New York

Honestly, I haven’t been move by any looks so far this week.

That changed the second I laid eyes on Iman who attended The Point Foundation’s 4th Annual Point Honors New York this week.

The woman who put ‘Super’ into Supermodel, arrived on the red carpet wearing a Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 dress.

She glowed (as she often does) wearing a brick-red satin asymmetrical dress with a flower accent on top of a velvet waistband.

On the runway, it’s beautiful. On Iman, it’s a knock-out of hyperventilating portions.

This woman consistently gives me goosebumps. Her perfection is only equaled by Dita von Teese and Cate Blancett.

Every time I see Iman I hear, “Lovin’ you, is easy cause you’re beautiful…”

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Iman In Oscar de la Renta – amfAR New York Gala To Kick Off Fall 2011 Fashion Week

The glamorous Supermodel and and entrepreneur Iman was perfection from head to toe at the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall 2011 Fashion Week which was held at Cipriani Wall Street this week.

She opted to wear an Oscar de la Renta Spring 2011 plunging sequined gown.

Deviously breath-taking as usual. What more is there to say?

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