'Who Wore It Better' to Premiere Wednesday, September 4 on E!

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September 3rd, 2013

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“WHO WORE IT BETTER” PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH AT 8:00 PM ET/PT

BRAND NEW 30 MINUTE SHOW HOSTED BY E! NEWS’ CATT SADLER WITH WHO WORE IT BETTER EXPERT ROBBIE LAUGHLIN

Los Angeles, CA – September 3, 2013 – Don’t you just hate it when you show up to a party wearing the same thing as Vanessa Hudgens?  Yeah, us too.  The hottest stars in Hollywood are known for wearing the most famous designer names and setting worldwide trends that fans everywhere seek to emulate.  However, sometimes these risky style choices grab the attention of more than one famous face…and thus become the subject of the debate, who wore it better?  Through top fashion stylists and designers, fashion PR teams, and even the celebs themselves, E! reveals how the magic happens, how to recreate the most-coveted celebrity looks, and what’s to come in fashion this season.  Check out this year’s best double-take fashion statements and so much more when E! News’ Catt Sadler hosts “Who Wore It Better” premiering Wednesday, September 4th at 8:00pm ET/PT.

To kick off “Who Wore It Better,” E! brings viewers the ultimate fashion competition, pitting fashionista against fashionista and presenting the latest trends on Hollywood’s hottest copycats.  From the floral prints seen on some of our favorite ladies including Diane Kruger and Heidi Klum, to The Bold cut-outs rocked by Selena Gomez and Gwyneth Paltrow, and of course the ever-so-daring midriff trend notoriously sported by Rihanna and Lucy Hale, this brand new show decides who triumphed in the freshest styles.  And what’s an end of summer face-off without a battle of the bikinis? Robbie Laughlin, E!’s very own Who Wore It Better expert, starts a fashion war to see which celebrity wins the coveted title after being caught red handed in the same style of swimwear.

From high profile magazine shoots to the hottest event appearances, celebrities are constantly being photographed in the newest designer pieces.  With so many celebs waiting to get their hands on the next best thing, it is no shock that the greatest fashions find themselves on various celebrities and multiple red carpets.  In this fun 30-minute show, E! plays “Track That Dress,” hunting down those dresses that always seem to “get-around.”  E! audiences also get to join in when they participate in a new segment apply titled, “You Wore It Better,” in which viewers send in their own pictures showcasing their version of the latest styles!  Then, E!’s  Ali Fedotowsky pairs off against Catt Sadler to compete in a “Style Off” to see who made the look their own – armed with the same dress and the help of amazing accessories.  Plus, Real Housewives of New York ‘s Heather Thomson judges a celebrity edition of “Who Wore It Better” when she compares the fashion choices of her fellow housewives.

Throughout the show, Catt, Robbie and celebrity stylists offer insider tips for viewers to pull off the celebrities’ hottest looks in their everyday life without landing on the worst dressed list – from the best way to accessorize an outfit and making the appropriate hairstyle choice to the most flattering lighting and poses.  All of this, plus E! News’ Fashion Correspondent Zanna Roberts Rossi helps us look fabulous this Fall with all of the scoop on the latest fashion do’s, from flattering patterns and the must-have accessories, to the top 5 things you need to have in your closet for the new fashion season.

When the celebrity’s vision and designer’s efforts align, both the celebrity and designer become the ultimate authorities on what is HOT.  But when it comes to fashion, the competition is fierce and no star is safe.  This fabulous E! show covers everything from the outrageous and unfortunate to the sleek and chic.  Find out how stars become the biggest style trendsetters, how to recreate the best looks, and most importantly who stunned and who flopped, when “Who Wore It Better” premieres Wednesday, September 4th at 8:00pm ET/PT on E!

 
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