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Which Vogue Model's High-Fashion Look Do You Prefer?

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    As you can probably imagine, there were no mosh pits at this year's Vogue Festival, which took place in London over the weekend. Instead, we were treated to impeccably dressed models, designers, and editors. Panels of notable industry insiders gave lectures on topics like "Fashion, Beauty, And The Digital Revolution" and "What's It Really Like To Be A Model?" The two-day event was undoubtedly a meeting of fashion's brightest minds.

    Fronting the latter panel were Karlie Kloss, Edie Campbell, Jourdan Dunn, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Vogue's leading ladies talked about life in front of the camera and the opportunities the lens has given them. Like, ahem, an enviably chic wardrobe we mere mortals simply dream about. Sigh.

    Per usual, Kloss and Dunn dressed to impress in embellished "Vogue" denim and dramatically cool thigh-high boots, respectively. But, as you can see, their attention-grabbing styles strike two very different notes. While Karlie's Ashish jeans were a cheeky nod to the occasion, Jourdan's footwear was super sexy. So, readers, tell us: Which supermodel's outfit do you prefer? This editor is leaning toward Team Karlie, but it's a tough call that really depends on your sartorial preference. Fire away in the comments — and shop similar styles in the slideshow, too, if you so desire.

    Photo: Rex USA.

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