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Did Diane Kruger Have a Wardrobe Malfunction?

10/07/2013 at 10:50 AM ET

Diane Kruger red dressSplash News Online; Getty

Quick: Name a time Diane Kruger has looked anything less than flawless on the red carpet. It’s hard to do, right?

Which is why PEOPLE StyleWatch editors were left feeling confused and adrift when, while selecting photos for Last Night’s Look, they spotted what appeared to be Diane Kruger’s silicone “chicken cutlets” peeking out of her off-the-shoulder red satin dress. Could our most reliable red carpet style star have suffered such a major wardrobe malfunction? What did this mean for our fantasy fashionista draft?

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That’s when we decided we had to go to the tape — referencing the dress itself against the original one that hit the Jonathan Saunders runway in the spring. And we were relieved (we think) to see that she was wearing it as it was presented on the runway, exposed, nude-hued bustier construction and all.

Did you have the same double-take we did? And what do you think of the “chicken cutlet” look — is it sexy or silly?

–Alex Apatoff

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