STYLE RADAR: The Best And Worst Fashions Of The Weekend

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It was a big weekend in fashion, as stars stepped out across the globe in sizzling and fizzling style — and RadarOnline.com worked the velvet rope to deliver you the best and worst.

Angelina Jolie jetted over to Europe for the Moscow premiere of Salt, dominating in a shockingly red Atelier Versace gown. As we have grown used to seeing the brunette bombshell dressed in all black duds, we were delighted with her radiant addition to the red carpet.

PHOTOS: Best And Worst Fashions Of The Weekend

As for Gossip-worthy getup, Blake Lively hit the Comic-Con International in truly too-sexy style.

The blonde babe rocked a geometrically cut top with high-waisted pants from the Preen Resort 2011 collection, showing off an inappropriate amount of skin.

It must have been tough for Ryan Reynolds not to stare, but luckily ScarJo was on hand to keep him in line!

The actress looked super sexy and classy simultaneously, wearing a pantsuit and corset from the Dolce & Gabbana collection.

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Who else hit Comic-Con over the weekend dressed to shrill and thrill?

Vanessa Hudgens rocked a super chic cutout Black Halo mini with Jerome C. Rousseau embellished heels to her Sucker Punch panel.

The High School Musical cutie looked just sexy enough for her superfans, without upsetting their girlfriends.

We spotted Corey Feldman on the street, dressed in all white duds.

Not such a good look for the 1980’s heartthrob!

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Cameron Diaz continued her Knight and Day style streak, rocking a black and white mini from the Vionnet collection to the Bordeaux premiere of her summer blockbuster, while Taylor Momsen continued her Pretty Reckless decline, hitting the stage of the Vans Warped Tour, wearing a tank attached to thigh-high nylons…with Lucite platforms.

Check out the gallery in Style to see other wardrobe winners and losers this weekend!

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