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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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Kate Hudson's Reem Acra gown is pretty, but it's a little too literal when worn to the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball. Also, the design is pretty standard.
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Megan Hilty's clingy, beaded gown is further proof that the Marilyn Monroe look really works for her.
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With her asymmetrical hairdo and avant garde gown, Michelle Williams takes a page out of Tilda Swinton's fashion book. It works better for Tilda.
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This sexy steel-blue satin number drapes quite flatteringly over Gwyneth Paltrow's model-esque frame.
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Gwyneth certainly has good genes working in her favor. Take a moment to ponder the fact that her mom — the ever-stylish Blythe Danner — is 70!
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This bold black and white graphic pattern and asymmetrical hem flatter Erika Christensen's figure.
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Hannah Simone is the picture of spring in this watercolor floral. Love the nude-pink polish on the nails and baby blue on the toes.
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The sheer details on Olivia Wilde's dress are slyly sexy, and it looks great with these strappy silver sandals.
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Carol Brady is that you?! Salma Hayek makes a fashion misstep in this unfortunate '70s- style pantsuit.
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Sandra Bullock shows how to do a pantsuit right in this Rouland Moret version. The black nail polish and pointy stilettos edge it up.
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At first glance, we were against Jennifer Hudson's mismatched prints and choice of shorts (!) for the red carpet. But, you know, iit's kind of cute vintage pin-up, no?
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Love or hate her, Gwyneth Paltrow does have a flare for fashion. The color, length and cut of this Victoria Beckham dress all suit her well. The neon cuff on the sandal is on-trend for spring.
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Angelina Jolie is virtually unrecognizable in this droopy Earth Mother garb.
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This buttery yellow shade is really pretty on Jada Pinkett Smith, and we like these snazzy black and gold sandals. We would have preferred a nude or rose lip color, but that's getting nitpicky.
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Emmy Rossum's gold-fringed Naeem Khan dress is a total knockout, as are her hair, makeup and shoes. Home run.
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Yes, Brandi Glanville, your dress is revealing enough to get more attention than LeAnn Rimes this week.
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Starting at the top with hair and makeup, it all seems to be going very well for Nene Leakes. Upon reaching the neckline, however, things take a downward turn.
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There's a fine line between "creative" and "tacky," and Robert Downey Jr. has crossed it.
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Jessica Stroup's look has a Little House on the Prairie vibe that's not really working for us.
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This may well be the least attractive pattern on a skirt that we've ever seen. It manages to make tiny Julianne Hough look both bottom-heavy and dirty. And yellow satin shoes?!
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There's something so "trying to look sexy at the middle school dance" about Mischa Barton's dress. And hair. And shoes.
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We love Lily Collins's sheer Valentino shirt, and it's perfectly paired with a leather jacket and pants. Check out the white heel on the stilettos.
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Using all three primary colors together in one look would never be our first impulse, but Diane Kruger makes it work. Perhaps the fact that the sandals lean towards a more neon yellow is what makes it feasible.
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Eva Mendes goes for a mother-of-the-bride look in this peach ensemble.