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Dress, Accessorize, Love (Or Hate): Best And Worst Wednesday

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Julia Roberts hit the premiere of her long awaited film Eat Pray Love in NYC, walking down the red carpet in multi-designer a la mode.  The tall and lanky actress paired a Stella McCartney blazer with Diane von Furstenberg shorts and Roger Vivier sandals, rocking gorgeous Coomi 20k gold bangles on her wrists. The book’s scribe Elizabeth Gilbert gave Julia fierce fashion competition, wearing a beautifully hued, one-shouldered Oscar de la Renta gown from the Pre-Fall 2010 Collection with metallic heels.

PHOTOS: Sophie Monk, Danielle Staub, Uma Thurman, Katy Perry, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paris Hilton, Steven Tyler, Vanessa Minnillo, Elizabeth Gilbert, Candice Swanepoel, Julia Roberts, Sofia Vergara, Rihanna, Jessica Alba, Mischa Barton, Melanie Griffith, Brenda Song, Christina Ricci And Justin Tranter In The Best And Worst

RadarOnline.com scored front row seats to the Lyric Culture Nude Collection Fashion Show at Fred Segal Santa Monica, where the rock band’s lead singer Justin Tranter was dressed in truly shocking attire.  Wearing fishnet tights with a grommet embellished leather jacket and heeled boots (which he later peeled off, changing into an equally out-there ensemble) he most certainly attracted more attention than the smoking hot models walking down the runway!  It is not surprising, that Lady Gaga chose Justin’s band to open up shows for her on the Monster’s Ball tour!

PHOTOS: Model Slips On Wet Paint At Lyric Culture Fashion Show

Gwyneth Paltrow continued her stunning summer style streak in NYC, wearing a trapeze tank, black pants and Givenchy Iguana sandals, while Sofia Vergara sizzled is sexy style at Jimmy Kimmel LiveParis Hilton played Marilyn Monroe for an evening in Herve Leger at her Tease perfume launch in Los Angeles, while Rihanna got suited up in A.L.C. in NYC.

Whose look did we love this Wednesday?  Check out the gallery in Style and find out.

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