March Fabness 2011, Round 1: McQueen Bracket

The latest round of celeb battles for the fabbest of them all! Hit the rest of the polls before they close!

RACHEL BILSON vs. KERRY WASHINGTON

Rachel Bilson

Kerry Washington in Calvin Klein

Rachel Bilson in Burberry

Kerry Washington in Emanuel Ungaro

Rachel Bilson in Christian Dior

Kerry Washington in Thakoon

Rachel Bilson in Roberto Cavalli

Kerry Washington in Escada

Rachel Bilson in Zac Posen

Kerry Washington in Zac Posen

LEIGHTON MEESTER vs. REESE WITHERSPOON

Leighton Meester in Marc Jacobs

Reese Witherspoon in Dolce & Gabbana

Leighton Meester in Prabal Gurung

Reese Witherspoon

Leighton Meester in Elie Saab

Reese Witherspoon in Jason Wu

Leighton Meester in Michael Kors

Reese Witherspoon in Armani Prive

JENNIFER LAWRENCE vs. MICHELLE WILLIAMS

Jennifer Lawrence in Dolce & Gabbana

Michelle Williams

Jennifer Lawrence in Louis Vuitton

Michelle Williams in Oscar de la Renta

Jennifer Lawrence in Calvin Klein

Michelle Williams in Jason Wu

JENNIFER HUDSON vs. MILA KUNIS

Tiny, brightly colored dress and nude heels. Hair long and wavy. Hands on hips. GO.

 

Mila agrees, with a super-sweet smile:

Mila Kunis in Valentino

Black and gray. Go.

 

 

Mila: Okay, but can I add twice my body weight in chiffon?

Mila Kunis in Vera Wang

Textured, asymmetrical and glam.

Mila: Might I strike the sparkles and dip myself in green?

Mila Kunis in Vera Wang

Jennifer: Oh, you want color? Look at this saffron, bitch!

Mila hits back with blood red:

Mila Kunis in Alexander McQueen

Jennifer says, let’s keep it simple, low cut, and fabulous.

Jennifer Hudson in Michael Kors

Mila agrees.

Mila Kunis in Elie Saab

Keep voting – before the polls close!

© Democracy Diva, 2011.

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2 responses to March Fabness 2011, Round 1: McQueen Bracket

  1. Christopher Brooklyn

    KERRY WASHINGTON IS THE MOST STYLISH AND FASHIONABLE WOMAN, NO ONE HAS CHANCE AGAINST HER ABOUT FASHION

  2. Irrelevant sidebar: because I’m a loser who couldn’t resist the lure of a wildly popular dystopian teen novel, I read (and loved) The Hunger Games. Looking at Jennifer Lawrence here makes it almost impossible to believe that she was recently cast as high school aged tomboy…who can kill people.

    But I know approximately nothing about her other than that she was in Winter’s Bone and was an Academy Award nominee so. I guess I have faith.

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