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Haylie Duff and Hilary Duff rock the red carpet with some fierce threads
for Project Runway's Season 5 finale party in Los Angeles. No stranger to fashion themselves, Hilary launched Stuff by Hilary Duff during her pop heyday.
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Charlie Kaufman and an edgy, sexy Michelle Williams pose together
at a screening of their new film, Synecdoche, New York. The movie, which takes its title from a play on words with Schenectady, NY, tells a tale of a theater director who begins to lose his autonomic functions. This being a Charlie Kaufman movie however, nothing is as it seems.
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It's always such a relief to see Jane Krakowski in elegant ensembles, in contrast to those of her 30 Rock alter-ego, Jenna Maroney, who makes our eyes pop and ache weekly. Krakowski, on the other hand, was dripping with understated sexiness at Conde Nast Traveler's 2008 Readers' Choice Awards.
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Krakowski's fellow 30 Rocker, Katrina Bowden (aka Cerie), also
stepped out in real-life as a glamorous adult, ready for spotlight. The actress attended Conde Nast Traveler's "Truth In Travel" soiree.
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We've been wondering what Denise Richards does when her Complicated cameras stop rolling. Thanks to the launch party for Signorelli's Susan G. Komen Apparel Collection (designed to raise
breast cancer awareness), where she cozies up to Mena Suvari, we got to find out.
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Courteney Cox and Demi Moore shared a glamorous moment before presenting their own short films based on stories by Glamour Magazine readers. Fellow Hollywood power ladies Jennifer Aniston and Lucy Liu were among stars in attendance to see the actress' directorial debuts, as were their respective men, David Arquette and Ashton Kutcher.
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Debra Messing makes a splash in a surprisingly fun dress and light-hearted makeup. The Starter Wife star hit the pink carpet to support the launch of the 10th Annual Key to The Cure charity shopping weekend at the Top of the Rock.
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Elizabeth Banks and Thandie Newton are so boldly feminine in their attire at the W. premiere, it's hard to believe that they play Laura Bush and Condoleezza Rice in the film. In all their glamour, they illustrate Oliver Stone's unique vision as much as any movie could.
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Diane Lane and husband Josh Brolin take a more understated approach to style at the W. premiere (more fitting, perhaps, for the man who
portrays our current president in the movie, and his real-life first lady).
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SamRo and LiLo stick close together behind the turntables at the Key To The Cure launch party. Ronson is remarkable for her ability to spin tunes at red carpet parties non-stop on both coasts, not to mention her low-key 'tude while dating one of the world's highest-profile stars.
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Madonna manages to look both hot and happy, just two days before
it was revealed that she and Guy Ritchie plan to divorce. The Material Girl
was doing some modern-day voguing at a screening for her own film, Filth and Wisdom.
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Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts stepped out to support Madge's screening, with their burgeoning new family member in tow, so to speak.
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Even movie stars take photos of themselves. Bai Ling captures the moment, tourist-style, with Mark Wahlberg at the premiere of Max Payne. Wahlberg stars in the new action-thriller, alongside Ludacris, Beau Bridges and the lovely Mila Kunis.