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Versace For H&M Red Carpet Battle: Which Style Star Gets Your Vote?

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    If we never saw another Medusa head in our lives, we'd be pretty happy. Skip a beat. Not. We die for Donatella — Versace is just very, to make up a word. We already gave you the obsession chills with the runway shots from the Versace for H&M collection, and now, we're giving you the right to judge all the celebs and personalities who joined in on the logo-ed out party. Be forewarned: the range of outfits is eclectic, to put it lightly. Our super-stylish creative director, Piera Gelardi, erred on the side of boho-glam. Blake Lively's breasts stole the show, as per usual. Ke$ha was, well, Ke$ha. We weren't sure exactly what Emma Roberts was doing. Jennifer Hudson was simply drop-dead beautiful. Alan Cumming gave us a brain freeze. We could go on, but we won't — instead, we want you to weigh in. Who failed? Who wowed? Vote for your over-the-top fave ensembles in the comments below, to help us crown the Versace vixen or stud. You're allowed to say Donatella, duh.

    Photo: Courtesy of Whispr Group/Will Ragozzino/BFAnyc.com

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