One of the biggest trends on the fall runways was a strong silhouette: It was goodbye to loosey goosey free flowing forms,and hello to a sense of superstructure that would make Richard Meier beam with pride.But I've seen a few celebs in the look lately and I don't know that it's working...and if Jessica (body-of-a-goddess) Alba can't pull it off,what hope is there for the rest of us?

MILAN,ITALY - DECEMBER 02: Actress Jessica Alba attends the Campari Club,2009 Campari Calendar launch at La Permanente on December 2,2008 in Milano,Italy.(Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

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Jessica Alba was the latest celeb to try out the trend--all I can say is,this looks like a whole lot of dress.I love the festive red and the fabulous accessories but something about this makes me think she's about to take off into space...

PARIS - NOVEMBER 30: Actress Diane Krugger attends "Pour Elle" Paris Premiere on November 30,2008 in Paris,France.(Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

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Diane Kruger also tried the trend out last week at the premiere of the film "Pour Elle." I'll say one thing for this dress--it certainly defines her waist!It has a late 50s/early 60s vibe to it (thinkMad Menor evenI Love Lucy) but I think it just may be a tad too severe.

LIVERPOOL,UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 06: (ITALY OUT) Estelle performs at the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards held at at the Echo Arena on November 6,2008 in Liverpool,England.(Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)


Finally,we have Estelle at last month's MTV Europe Awards.Last time we discussed this dress,36% of you thought it was the evening's wackiest,and I pretty much have to agree.This gives new meaning to the word "hippy."

I loved superstructure when Nicolas Ghesquiere did it for Fall 2008 at Balenciaga,and I had a true appreciation for YSL and Jil Sander's abilities to recalibrate our eyes to a whole new silhouette,but maybe something is lost from the runway to the red carpet.What do you guys think about these super structured silhouettes?A Do or a Don't?

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