Agyness Deyn both as Lou Doillon like to play with a style "tomboy" who is on the boundary between feminine and masculine. For Agy is playful, incorporating all sorts of accessories to their outfits rude and Lou in the case of the approach is more structured suits, trousers and jackets that bring to mind the style of a circus director . Queens of the thrift stores, this race will be pretty close. Both know how to take your style without qualms, and they enjoy posing for the camera, but Agyness has a repertoire very colorful and fun that make it stand out among the thousands of photos of street style we see in each blog. So it is a favorite of photographers, and we. The winner of the first round is Aggy Deyn. Lou loves the jackets and hats. Comment at home whenever everyone wore hats and become accustomed since childhood to take them. Always play by mixing different textures and really likes flat shoes ballet type shoes. If you want to dress like her, looking for wide leg jeans, jackets and structured hat. Aggy's wardrobe seems to have no direction. The only constants are the doc martens and leather jackets. The color palette is bright and fun, full of neon colors, red and blue. The giant knitted sweaters and also likes a lot. If you want to dress like her for wearing bright colors, mixing different styles and get your trusty pair of Doc Martens (preferably in a color other than black). We think Aggy's closet is so diverse that it is difficult to combine, and individual pieces are so striking that it can not use more than once or twice. Instead Lou knows how to choose clothes that blend together and have a shelf life longer than one week. So the second round winner is Lou Doillon. When we were finishing the post, we realized that we were already tired Aggyness Deyn style . . . and the reason is because it relies too much on the shock factor, instead of looking for a style a bit more subtle. These are the kinds of things they age badly. These are the pictures that will shame you in 10 years when you have to explain why your nephews were dressed that way. Lou knows otherwise call attention without having to resort to such extravagance and has room to evolve in its own style. For these reasons, the winner of the second edition of Style Wars is Lou Doillon. . . .