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Salma Hayek appears to have a minor ankle injury, but she manages to look sassy all the same in this cute rust dress. The wedge espadrilles and patterned belt are great accompaniments.
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Anna Faris sports a '40s style pencil skirt and peplum top, giving the look some modern edge with her studded-toe shoes.
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We predict that Kirsten Dunst will land on the fashionistas' best-dressed list this week with this chocolate Honor dress. The sheer overlay has a delicate paisley pattern that we find to be quite unique.
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Julianne Hough deserves a hit for this Naeem Khan dress, largely because she seems to have warded off her usual attraction to tackier styles.
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Kimora Lee Simmons' entire look is just too junior high. The short, flared mini, the armful of bangles, the tacky belt, the chunky shoes... it looks like a young teen's first attempt at "fashion".
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Julie Bowen doesn't look bad here, but we can envision her dressed in something a bit more eye-catching. The tasseled necklace is a nice piece, but it's not enough to compensate for the red-carpet-standard dress and shoes.
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Yes, we know Beyoncé is Jay-Z's "old lady", but she doesn't have to dress like one.
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Felicity Huffman veers wildly from her normally tasteful style of dress with this shiny leopard dress that's just a little too Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
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Kelly Ripa's lacy frock is graced with sequins and fringe — enough to add some glamour without pushing into tacky territory. The dark red satin pumps are a more creative choice than black.
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The bodice of Liv Tyler's dress hangs too low on her chest and makes her look hippy as well. Her hair looks like she just doesn't care.
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Rather than being influenced by the '80s, Michelle Monaghan's dress just seems to be too much of a literal interpretation. We're also not fans of the matchy-matchy pumps.
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Did Mayim Bialik wear this on an episode of Blossom? Zoe Saldana's outfit misses the mark.
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The odd pattern on this dress makes poor Whitney Cummings look as if she was run over by a car on the way to this event.
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Purple is great on Guiliana Rancic. The twelve bracelets, huge medallion necklace and clunky shoes are not.
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Jennifer Morrison's pale gold satin Jacques Fath dress is just gorgeous. The length keeps it from being too formal for this event, and the satin pumps in a champagne tone compliment the dress without being too matchy.
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Daryl Hannah seems to be looking to Miss Piggy for fashion inspiration.
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Nicole Richie's chiffon maxi dress and the sparkly "decoration" she's tied to her head make for a vaguely costume-like feel. It's not even October yet.
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LeAnn Rimes' white dress, cinched with a gold belt and paired with matching gold sandals, is all rather... Spartacus. And where does the snakeskin clutch fit in?
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Wide-leg pants are predicted to be trendy for the fall season, and Charlize Theron gives it a try. However, this pale, listless halter is just not the right choice to balance out these statement-making trousers.
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Marion Cotillard's sophisticated lace Christian Dior dress is done a disservice by her Swiss Miss hairdo. A classic chignon would be more suitable.
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Olivia Munn gets a hit for this uniquely patterned dress. We really like the way the black and gray floral at the top and bottom morph into the pinks and greens in the middle.
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If Gwyneth Paltrow is going to wear such bold colors, she really needs to change her favored "natural look" makeup to be more suitable. She looks washed out, and the red bootie shoes just don't work either.
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We love the long fringe accenting the bottom of Leona Lewis' otherwise simple white tank dress. The red clutch adds a pop of color.
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Emma Watson wears a plaid Alexander McQueen dress paired with a cropped leather biker jacket in a nod to British punk.
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Jessica Chastain's Elie Saab dress is beautiful, but we're not sure it's beautiful on her. The color isn't flattering to her complexion and something about the cut of the waist and hips is a bit matronly.
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Taraji P. Henson really carries off this outsized herringbone pattern by keeping the accessories subtle. The skinny black belt, skinny straps on her maryjane shoes and red lipstick are all that is needed.
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John Legend and girlfriend Chrissy Teigen know how to work the red carpet.
The subtle plaid on John's pants adds interest to a standard tuxedo look (complete with hand-tied bowtie) and the dusky blue silk dress really suits Chrissy's complexion and figure.
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Michelle Trachtenberg demonstrates that flattering details can make a simple dress look exactly right. We love the scarlet color, square neckline, teased ponytail and chunky necklace.