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Hit-Miss Stalemate With a silk dress, bright, red lips and her loose 'do, Disney darling Selena Gomez is like a blossoming flower perched between youth and maturity. But we bet her obligatory pose with "Shep" at the Hotel for Dogs premiere pained her as much as it pains us.
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Hit Chloe Sevigny was the leggy belle of the Big Love premiere ball in Hollywood on Wednesday. Not to mention that the indie fashion icon's sexy-but-understated sash-dress inspired fits of envy through the ranks of party-goers all night long.
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Miss Sorry, Ginnifer Goodwin. We just named your Big Love costar the fashion winner of that particular event. The tiered ruffles and belted, vintage look sure are cute — but black tights and shoes under such a delicate frock pull the eye down and ruin the look.
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Hit Slinky red dresses + tall women with full bodices = sexy. It's that simple. Heather Graham did the fashion math at the 2008 National Board of Review awards gala and it added up to a hot number, featuring the season's clever trend of gathered fabric at the sternum.
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Miss Admittedly, Anne Hathaway's belted dress was a stumper. Flapper-inspired frocks can be a sassy way to step out, but the actress took it in too frumpy a direction to be flattering at the NBR gala. And no, mourning an imprisoned ex is no excuse for widow's wear.
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Miss It's so refreshing to see Bones star Emily Deschanel out of her on-screen alter ego's typical work wear. But we know she can take it so much further — InStyle's Golden Globe after party is no place to pull out the cap sleeves and full skirt.
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Hit Linda Cardellini (aka ER's Nurse Taggart) strikes a pose in an adorable, functional silk wrap dress that works for her. The art deco-inspired print at the bottom is totally unnecessary, but keeps her look at the InStyle party fun and flouncy.
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MissHow can a woman who kicks so much ass on TV be so passive about the offensive fabric that engulfs her? Chuck beauty Yvonne Strahovski somehow got the Princess memo before stepping out to a Globes after party.
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Hit Adrienne Palicki's style usually skews too girly, but she gets a thumbs-up for her choice at InStyle's Globes party. No, the knee-length, taffeta-layered ballerina skirt isn't condoned, but the lovely Friday Night Lights star's glowing, glamorous face can out-shine anything.
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HitIf she's good enough for Turtle, she's good enough for us. Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who guested last fall on Entourage, achieves a subtle, sexy look in a tropical print on material that drapes in just the right places.
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HitAussie sexpot Melissa George might have just exited Seattle Grace, but her glamour was seriously scrubbed in at HBO's Golden Globe after party. She was classic, Hollywood-gorgeous in a white, strapless sheath dress with black detailing.
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HitTV Guide Channel's resident red-carpet host Lisa Rinna hit the HBO after party in a sequined gown cut low enough (and high enough) to show off just enough.
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HitIs this the new Paris Hilton? The heiress is all fashion-forward and flowing movement in this electric-blue, one-shouldered gown. Somehow, she overcame her proclivity for overwrought trendiness at the Globes to achieve a classy, sophisticated look.
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Hit-and-MissMira Sorvino and husband Paul Backus arrive at Focus Features' Globes after party in a decidedly uneven pair of outfits. While Backus is a cool drink of sexiness with his unbuttoned shirt, wink-wink spats and mussed hair, Sorvino wore an ill-fitting, granda's-curtain print.
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HitSarah Connor Chronicles' Leven Rambin gets her Hollywood on in a glittery tank dress that featured discipline in the shine department. Our only request? Show us some of those action-scene curves.
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HitWho's the Fashionista? Alyssa Milano has been taking classy pills! The actress strode into L.A. Confidential's Golden Globes party in a cohesive ensemble: Go-go mini-dress, metallic cross-strap heels and an enviably slick hairdo.
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MissYeah, yeah. Heroes babe Ali Larter looks hot with a proverbial paper bag over her head. Moving on: The mixed-media material for this dress interrupted what could have been a simple and seductive satin number.
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MissKirsten Dunst may have pulled off playing an affected, overdressed Marie Antoinette in 2006, but that isn't a carte blanche for royal style on the red carpet. Neck ruffles and an unflattering, boxy fit below the bust — in a color that washes her out? Quel horror.
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HitSophia Bush is stunning in a white, strapless dress with gathering along the top that gives it some sexy movement. Paired with just a few blingy accents and natural-looking makeup, the One Tree Hill star was ravishing at Art of Elysium's 2nd Annual Black Tie Gala.
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Double MissTwo members of the Arquette clan clobbered us with upsetting style at the Art of Elysium gala. Rosanna's (left) ruched piece could've passed as a solo act. But paired with sister Patricia's royal blue prom dress, it was all one huge aesthetic assault.
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HitYou know the red carpet math. Amy Smart made it all add up to steamy at the Art of Elysium bash. A few stitches here, pin-tucks there could've sexed-up the shape, but numbers don't lie.
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Double HitWe finally get it. Joel Madden and Nicole Richie made a pact with Paris to clean up their style for 2009. The new parents arrive at the Art of Elysium gala looking sophisticated, happy and hat-free.