Paris Hilton And Rosie Huntington-Whitely Channel Barbie, But Who Wore The Look Best?

Is Barbie having a major resurgence, or what? Between Jeremy Scott's pink-pink-pink Barbie-inspired collection for Moschino and the capsule collections at Wildfox Couture, Forever 21 and Lord & Taylor, it seems like she's everywhere these days, especially on the pages of our magazines. She'll always be a happily nostalgic topic in my book (my favorite Barbie had quite terrifying pink, yellow, and orange hair, how about yours?), so I'm happy about the Barbie Renaissance — and I couldn't have been more delighted when fashion genius Anna Dello Russo revealed her Barbie editorial starring Rosie Huntington-Whitely in Vogue Japan. To me, it was the height of Barbie chic, and I thought there was simply no dethroning Ms. Huntington-Whitely from her rightful Barbie throne... until Paris Hilton hit the pages of ODDA Magazine, dressed in the very best from Scott's Moschino collection, no less.

It's a tough face-off, to be sure: Both ladies already look like Barbie-esque to start with, and the makeup in both cases is completely spot on (dramatic false eyelashes and glossy hot pink lips sound about right?). Plus, the styling's pretty superlative — Paris wears a silver-spangled pink ruffled number, while Rosie was styled as several different Barbies (from lifeguard Barbie to pageant Barbie). Let's take a look:

Paris

Paris has got the Barbie look down.

Rosie

No words. Except "uncanny," that is.

What do you think? Paris definitely gets extra points for that fabulous pink Moschino confection of a dress and a better Barbie pout (her lips look a tad more exaggerated and overdrawn than Rosie's, which is pitch-perfect for the look), but for me, Rosie wins this particular face-off. After all, she's a professional model who completely nailed all the doll-like posing and dead eyes.