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Swanky Style And Psychic Slip-Ups In The Best And Worst

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Hilary Swank has been busy promoting her latest flick Conviction from coast to coast, hitting the red carpet in tres chic fashion. The gorgeous star attended the Innocent Project Screening of the film in NYC on Wednesday night, showing off her flawless figure in an elegantly draped J. Mendel mini.  The cowl-neck creation featured ruched side bands, which accentuated her tiny waist, while Sergio Rossi gladiator heels elongated her superior stems.  She finished off the look with Kara Ross bracelets and Ippolita earrings.

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If LaToya Jackson really does have psychic powers, then she would have known that she was going to be named RadarOnline.com’s Worst Dressed victim of the day! The wacky Jackson wasn’t exactly flying high on the fashion front with her choice of traveling threads, pairing gold spandex pants with a leopard print jacket!

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She should have taken a hint from the newly blonde Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, who knows that the best way to wear wild prints, is to keep the rest of your ensemble simple. Her older sis Jessica rocked an edgier than usual ensemble, rocking Alexander Wang open-toed, exposed zipper boots with an oversized Louis Vuitton purse.

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Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan continued their Never Let Me Go style streak at the London Film Festival, wearing Chanel Couture and Vionnet, respectively, while Boardwalk Empire’s Paz de la Huerta steamed up her NYC reading of Madame Bovary in a super sexy one-shouldered LBD.

Mr. T was let loose on the streets of NYC, reviving his infamous 1980’s ensemble, while Brit babe Sienna Miller experienced a fashion fur pas in London.

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Who else soared and sunk on the fashion front? Find out in RadarOnline.com’s daily feature.

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