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Who Wore Mark Fast Better? Nicki Minaj or Jessie J

Nicki Minaj donned this baby-blue Mark Fast Spring 2011 jumpsuit when she took to the red carpet at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards back in May.

The singer added white strappy platform sandals and an attention-grabbing bubblegum-pink wig.

British singer Jessie J wore the very same jumpsuit last week for the ‘Demons Never Die’ London premiere.

She wore the jumpsuit with a nude t-shirt, a fur jacket, and comfortable gold brogues, having just had her foot cast removed.

Whilst the look is perfect for both singers’ eccentric style, Nicki wore it better.

Jessie loses out because of the nude t-shirt and the fur coat.

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Jessie J In Mark Fast – ‘Demons Never Die’ London Premiere

Jessie J attended the ‘Demons Never Die’ premiere at the Odeon West End in London on Monday night.

The singer, who’s known for her flamboyant dress sense, wore a Mark Fast Spring 2011 jumpsuit.

Her baby blue jumpsuit with embellished details on either side of the leggings was worn with a nude bodysuit and a large fur coat.

Gold brogues completed her look.

I usually love Jessie’s style, but I don’t like the colour of the bodysuit which looks even worse when she takes off the fur coat.

This look was so much better on the runway.

I’m not a fan of the brogues either.

You may remember that Nicki Minaj wore the same jumpsuit to the 2011 Billboard Awards earlier this year.

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Jourdan Dunn In Roberto Cavalli & Mark Fast – 2011 MOBO Awards

Jourdan Dunn attended the 2011 MOBO Awards which were held in Glasgow, Scotland last night.

The British supermodel is impossibly beautiful wearing a Roberto Cavalli nude sleeveless gown with gold embroidered details.

I have had many jaw-dropping moments over the last 4 weeks, but this ranks very highly amongst them.

Whilst it’s her job to look beautiful and work this gown, I’m still in total awe.

This look will definitely make it into the BDOTW poll tomorrow.

Jourdan did a quick change during the show by donning this Mark Fast dress.

The black-knit fashion-forward dress was paired with floral ankle strap heels, a silver metallic clutch and a coiled cuff.

I loved the addition of the floral heels which is very unexpected with such a dress.

Jourdan has travelled the same miles as me and has done more shows than I have attended this Fashion Month – I wish I looked this fresh.

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Who Wore Mark Fast Better? Kylie Minogue or Jennifer Nettles

Kylie Minogue performed on ‘The Paul O’Grady’ show back in September last year wearing this colourful Mark Fast Spring 2011 dress.

The figure-hugging dress features tiny cut-outs on the bodice with a rainbow-coloured fringed skirt.

Kylie looked gorgeous in her outfit which she paired with black peep-toe ankle booties, red nails and smoky eye makeup.

Sugarland singer Jennifer Nettles wore the same dress whilst performing at The Greek Theatre in LA last month.

The country singer styled her look very differently to Kylie’s, accessorizing with a white fedora with black trimmings, black leggings and motorcycle boots.

My vote is going to Kylie because I think the dress has enough excitement going on that it needs very little added to it.

Jennifer’s look feels too all over the place for my liking and I don’t think the hat and boots coordinate very well with the style of the dress.

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01.07.11

Beyonce Knowles In Julien Macdonald – Good Morning America

The unstoppable musical force that is Beyonce Knowles dropped by ‘Good Morning America’ earlier today to promote her new album, “4.”

The songstress performed as part of the GMA Summer Concert Series as she whipped fans into a frenzy with her energetic show.

She beamed a brilliantly as the sunshine in New York City wearing a canary yellow custom Julien Macdonald web-like crochet dress with a fringed skirt.

The gorgeous dress was paired with Stuart Weitzman gold stripe Swarovski crystal ‘Ventipave’ pumps and Lorraine Schwartz yellow gold, diamond and milky emerald earrings.

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