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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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Kate Winslet takes a page from Kate Middleton's book and wears a gown by royal fave Jenny Packham. We're not quite sure about the sleeve length, but that's just splitting hairs. She looks every inch the movie star.
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Frances Fisher appears to have stepped right off the set of a '70s vampire movie.
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This seems to be one of those dresses that is cute in theory, but once you see it on a real live person — Jennifer Lawrence, for example — it doesn't quite work. The dropped waist and cap sleeves make it seem a bit juvenile. It's probably more suited to one of the tween actresses.
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Wide, horizontal zebra stripes are not for everyone, but we think it works on fashionista Rachel Zoe. Mostly because it's nice to see her in something other than a '70s maxi dress and beach hair.
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Alexis Bledel favors an understated-but-chic style and we've yet to see her in a total miss. But the details of the cross shape through the middle and the diagonal pattern on the bottom half of this silver dress are not the most flattering to her figure.
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Check out those gams on Mirielle Enos! Who knew she was hiding those under the drab parkas her character wears on The Killing?
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Jenna-Louise Coleman's gown is subtly sexy in a way that suits her hot-but-still-girl-next-door looks. We think Dr. Who will be quite pleased with his new companion.
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Raven-Symone is just doing too many things at once. Her makeup is too heavy, that scarf is too big, and the dress is too short. And then she chooses to top it all off with two different colored pumps?!
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Hillary Swank hasn't been out and about much lately, and this is what she comes up with? The neckline of this dress makes her shoulders look like they are melting and her hair is just too long for her face.
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Blue in any shade usually looks good on Kristen Bell, but this dark royal satin is especially appealing. The heavily beaded and patterned pumps jazz up this otherwise simple look.
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Julie Benz starts off okay with these zippered white separates, but those shoes make her feet look like hooves, and her hair and makeup are so drab!
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It must be the season, but "marshmallow peep" sprang to mind upon seeing this photo of Kaley Cuoco — and now we can't unthink it. Even if we liked the dress, the metallic copper (?!) shoes and harsh makeup are unappealing.
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We like the way the subtly different patterns of Claire Danes skirt and blouse play off one another. We also like the skinny red belt and silver shoes. But the result seems to be less than the elements.
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Ah, the hazards of colored hair. Jaime King's newly blue hair is clashing with the mint green of her dress (which, to make matters worse, looks to be a size or two too large).
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We stared at this photo of Minka Kelly for quite some time and failed to come up with anything decisive. A wide-legged white pantsuit is certainly a striking look. And her hair and makeup is gorgeous. Maybe the hem needs to be a bit shorter? Different belt?
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Long a favorite of ladies-who-lunch, Vanessa Paradis takes the little black Chanel jacket in a more rock 'n' roll direction. Skinny black jeans, platform booties, black and hot-pink satin cuffs peeking out the sleeves and heavy chained jewelry make this look.
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The halter neck and princess seams of this sequined lavender dress are very flattering to Jane Seymour's tiny figure. We love the silver peep toes with this.
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Elizabeth Banks has been going all-out with her fashion choices on the Hunger Games circuit, and this look — a boldly sequined magenta dress by Marc Jacobs — is no exception.
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Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt cement their status as one of Hollywood's most attractive couples.
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January Jones's Roland Mouret dress is a mish-mash of too many style elements, the worst of them being the strange white flounce at the hem. Also, her hair and makeup are lifeless.
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That's a whole lot of pink, but the color looks well on Ellie Kemper. The differing shades of her belt and clutch — as well as the super-skinny silver sandals — are smart choices, and we love the wavy hairstyle.
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As one of the stars of 21 Jump Street, we would have expected Brie Larson to make a bit more of an effort the film's premiere. And those shoes are more art project than footwear.
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We're loving that folks are experimenting more with color in their accessories. Cobie Smulders' well-fitted, but simple navy dress acts as a neutral canvas for the addition of a sunny yellow clutch and turquoise sandals.
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The proportions are just off on Padma Lakshmi's feathered gown. The bodice makes her torso look much longer and wider than it actually is.
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Emmy Rossum mixes white and vanilla to great effect with this sheath dress and cropped jacket. We love the purple pumps, but would have skipped the brown clutch.
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Julianne Moore glams it up in this simple and chic Lanvin dress. Her bright pink lipstick and emerald clutch add hits of color to this neutral look.
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There is something rather shapeless about Brooke Burns' sequined dress that the cut-out sleeves only serve to emphasize. The gold satin clutch has a cheesy look to it and the shoes seem to belong to a more casual outfit.
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Judy Greer's skirt seems to be a size too big. This style is more flattering sitting at the waist, rather than drooping to hip level. A more fitted t-shirt might help as well.
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Tara Reid attempts to class it up for a change, but that doesn't mean we have to like it. This just looks like a bad bridesmaid's gown.
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This whole thing is such a disaster from top to bottom for reasons that we're quite sure are obvious to our readers. To borrow one of our favorite phrases from the British press — "Put it away, Sarah Jessica Parker!"
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Yet another black lace dress on the red carpet, but we could see Sarah Paulson's dress having a unique '30s appeal due to it's construction and length. But not with those shoes! A strappy vintage style sandal would be so much better here.
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The bit of bare shoulder and asymmetrical neckline add some flair to Susan Sarandon's draped jersey dress. She opts for the cute-and-comfortable look with peep-toe flats.
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The silhouette of this Naeem Khan dress suits Emily Blunt perfectly, as does her sleek bob. We're not huge fans of the bows on the ankles of these sandals, but it all works so well together we're going to give it a pass.
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6-foot tall Elle Macpherson may be the only lady we can think of that can carry off a long, shiny, wide-legged white suit. But oh, she does.
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We almost didn't recognize Megan Fox in this understated bit of beaded elegance. It's quite lovely — until you get to the shoes. These clunky two-toned pumps are all wrong.
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Although this is a more casual appearance, Amy Poehler looks so cute here that we had to post this one. A simple plaid dress becomes a "look" with the additions of tights, suede booties and a cute tab collar leather jacket.
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Mena Suvari is also very well-suited to the strapless, full-skirted dress style. The red lipstick and red patent pumps are all she needs in the way of accessories.
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We realize that Kourtney Kardashian is pregnant and trying to draw attention to her face rather than her figure. But this frilly collar is just too much.
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Mila Kunis balances out this almost-too-sweet pink lace dress with a sleek modern coat.
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Again with the lace, but the striking midnight blue color of Megan Hilty's dress is so much more interesting than black. Dare we way she looks smashing?
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And here we have a rather poor execution of the lace trend. Red lace alone lingers on the border of tackytown, but Kylie Minogue sends it all the way there with this one-shouldered, fringed dress.
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Although you can't see her dress, Martha Plimpton shows that a well-chosen basic — like this neutral-colored military-styled coat — can really create a look on its own.
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Hannah Simone's high-waisted pants and simple silk blouse seem a bit blah to us for a red carpet event. More striking jewelry or accessories might have helped here.
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Ashlee Simpson has perfected the chic rock chick look with her worn vintage T-shirt, cropped leather jacket and leopard shoes. The small green leather bag is a great choice.
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From the pink and red to the pattern and the angled zipper detail, Kate Upton's dress just looks a bit cheap to us. The chunky platforms only serve to emphasize this reaction.
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This is only a hit because Zooey Deschanel is wearing this dress. She's at least pushing the boundaries of the saccharine, girly look she usually favors. But yes, on any one else this would be a rather dull outfit.
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We looked at a lot of photos of Olivia Thirlby and still can't tell what it is. A jumpsuit? A dress? A costume?