Tue, 03 Apr 2012 08:26:23 GMT | By Jane Murphy
Celebrity fashion feuds

Joan Collins v Kate Winslet



Joan Collins and Kate Winslet (© Rex Features)
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What's the problem? Fashion icon Joanie has made quite a career out of bemoaning the demise of glamour and slamming women's dress sense over recent years. But last September, she did the unthinkable and got her claws out for Kate Winslet. On being shown a picture of Kate at the Venice Film Festival - where the actress wore red carpet frocks by Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham - Joan sniffed: 'Oh, that's a dreadful dress. The worst dress. And ghastly shoes and an awful hairstyle.'

Our verdict: Sorry Joan, but we won't have a word said against our Kate...

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