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They don't call Elle Macpherson "The Body" for nothing! This tight gold bandage dress leaves nothing to the imagination. The color works well with her hair, and the leopard pumps are a fun choice.
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Joely Richardson's dress is just so elegant. The bateau neckline, silver beaded insets and waist details accent her shape in all the right places.
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This blue and purple Prabal Gurung print is an attention-getter on Amanda Seyfried. We love the contrast of casual hair with her glam smokey eyes.
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Justin Timberlake is known to be one of Hollywood's more fashion-forward fellows, but he's just tried to combine too many things here. A camel suit with a black shirt, blue tie and brown shoes?
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Olivia Wilde's black halter dress is tasteful — and a bit on the plain side. She tries to jazz it up with those filigree-style shoes (which we do really like) and an armful of gold bangles, but it's still kind of meh.
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Jenna Elfman's hair looks terrific. And well... that's about it, really. Her dress is drab and bulky, and the dark tights and booties are simply not the right accessory choices.
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Jaime King rocks aa different take on the print look — a tea length version with metallic ankle boots. Maybe we're just tired of black, nude and red dresses, but we're digging this trend.
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Vanessa Lengies' short red dress is not a bad look, but it's just not all that dressy. It seems more suited to flip-flops and running errands than a movie premiere.
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We like Carla Gugino's dress quite a bit — both the color and the cut are lovely. But what happened with everything else? This updo is not at all flattering and the metallic bronze shoes don't work at all.
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Taylor Swift's dress has ladylike proportions, but the sparkling striped overlay provides some youthful flair. The peep-toe shoes and red lips are classics that work well with this vintage-feel look.
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Tuxedo-style dresses rarely screams high fashion in our book, but Julianne Hough looks kind of adorable here. The slightly exaggerated shoulder and A-line bottom give it a more interesting silhouette and her hair and makeup are exactly right.
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This wispy gray dress and shorter, curlier hair create a bit of a softer style for Hayden Panettiere. We especially like the one sheer little cap sleeve and the broken-mirror-effect shoes.
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Julia Roberts needs to give the oversized blazer and droopy hair a rest. She seems to show up in some variation of this outfit almost all the time lately.
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While this strapless dress doesn't quite hide Bridget Marquardt's, um, ratio, its longer length paired with conservative accessories do provide her with a more sophisticated look than usual. The hot pink nails actually work here as hits of color against the grays of her dress and shoes.
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Lindsay Lohan shows up in her usual fare: a slightly trashy jersey dress, beat-up-looking pumps, and ratty extensions. We just want it to stop.
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Jude Law sports a look we are christening the "dirty dandy." The pocket square, wingtips, and, yes, even the bowler are all things that he can probably get away with. The scruffy, untrimmed beard is not.
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Yellow is a great color on Sanaa Lathan, but the toga style is tired and unflattering, and the choice of blue suede pumps only serves to take this look further down a road it shouldn't be going.
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Lily van der Woodsen, is that you? Kelly Rutherford looks as much like an Upper East Side lady-who-lunches as her Gossip Girl character. It suits her.
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Mustard and black (adorned with sequins, no less) is a bit of a risky choice, but Perrey Reeves makes it work well enough. We would have liked this better with bare legs — the tights push it into costume territory.
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Michelle Monaghan's dress just has way too much going on that we don't understand. Is the top supposed to look like a butterfly? Why is there netting randomly attached to the middle and bottom? What is the purpose of that line of sequins down the middle?
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A bold pattern can be difficult, but the relatively simple design of Camilla Belle's dress balances it out nicely. Her unobtrusive black shoes and bag do the rest of the work.
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Equestrian Georgina Bloomberg ditches the boots and breeches and makes an appearance at a charity gala. This shade of red really flatters her hair color and complexion, and the subtle ruffles on the dress read "fancy" without overwhelming her petite figure.
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In this black dress and cape, Minnie Driver looks more like she's about to accept her diploma than walk the red carpet.
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Christie Brinkley wears the classic little black dress, but she gives it a little flair with the twisted neckline, tastefully embellished skinny belt and a leopard clutch.
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Evan Rachel Wood's head-to-toe leather ensemble falls flat. Is it a dress? A coat? And she looks 54 instead of 24.
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Jennifer Esposito looks like she just took the train in to hit the clubs — in the '80s. The big hair, satin pants with heels, satin cowl neck, and a tuxedo-type jacket? We can appreciate an element or two from that decade, but this is just way too many.
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Help! We are so on the fence about Marisa Tomei. The combination of black and navy is pretty cool, and the austere style is really unique, right? Or no? We change our minds every time we look at it.
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Martha Stewart's unflattering Ben Franklin-esque blouse and tunic are not at all salvaged by throwing leather leggings into the mix.
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Milla Jovovich's draped beaded gown and smokey eyes are this week's entry in the classic Hollywood glamour category. Love the tiny, shiny clutch and dramatic cocktail ring.