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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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Ever the fashionista, Nicole Richie struts in vintage cool at the fall collection launch for What Comes Around Goes Around in Los Angeles. Hollywood's unofficial garb-guru hosted the couture vintage retailer's West Coast fete.
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Jericho alum Ashley Scott is a gorgeous woman, but we like to see celebs in something less mundane than what's in our own closets. Her decolletage-baring, aqua dress is cute — which we know because we have it in four different colors.
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Lisa Rinna gets springy for What Goes Around's event. The TV Guide Channel host showed off her funky side with this V-neck, '50s-style frock.
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Is spring '09 all about the post-WW II era? Elizabeth Banks gets girly at the premiere for I Love You, Man, tying up the look with a little bow and bright red lips.
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To borrow from TLC, Krytsen Ritter is CrazySexyCool! The Breaking Bad beauty dons one of her perfect outfits at I Love You, Man's premiere, with the right mix of hip, class... and leg.
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Blonde babes Blythe Danner and Gwyneth Paltrow embody red-carpet glamour at — what else? The premiere of Valentino: The Last Emperor.
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We know, Claire Danes is gorgeous, glamorous and has her high-fashion on in this washed-silk number. But the flaps at her thighs and sparkly baubles kill our buzz faster than Brokedown Palace — even if man of honor Valentino would approve.
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Oh, you Gossip kids: It's been tough to stick with your stories lately, even with those candy-colored costumes. But Ed Westwick and Leighton Meester are so darn cute, maybe we can wait it out for moments like these.
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At the risk of sounding cliched, it's not just vampires who drool over Kristen Stewart. The Twilight star looks so phenomenal at the premiere of her new flick, Adventureland, we're ready to take a bite ourselves.
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As huge fans of Fringe stud Joshua Jackson, we'd like to find some style point to nitpick about his main squeeze, Diane Kruger, at the Metropolitan Opera's 125th anniversary gala, and pretend we could do better: Electric blue is so 2008? Satin kills silkworms? We give up. They're drop-dead gorgeous.
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We knew that going to the opera meant something special when Julia Roberts cleaned up for La Traviata in Pretty Woman. But at the Met's anniversary gala, Parker Posey proves that smokin'-hot opera style isn't just for movies.
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Becki Newton apparently missed the opera-attire memo, opting instead for this Dancing-worthy ensemble. Obviously, the Ugly Betty beauty wears her sparkles well — but they'd be better saved for a disco night.
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Thank you, Patricia Clarkson, for returning an air of civility to the Met's proceedings after the disco. Your understated gown, couture-worthy clutch and regal pose remind us why we embrace these oh-so-pretentious events.