PHOTOS: Glam Vs. She-Man In The Best And Worst

Stars hit the red carpet hard on Tuesday, wearing the best and worst fashions. has compiled all of the hot and not looks in our daily photo feature!

PHOTOS: Stars In The Best And Worst Fashions

Jennifer Lopez has sizzled in style throughout 2010 and refuses to quit! The Latina bombshell was announced as a National Spokesperson for The Boys & Girls Club of America, hitting the stage in a skintight and sexy Herve Leger by Max Azria bandage dress, which she paired with Brian Atwood Maniac heels. And that’s why earned the nickname La La Lopez!

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Winona Ryder is clearly on the road to career comeback, so now all she needs to do is hire a stylist. A day after Leighton Meester proudly got suited up in menswear, the Heathers star hit the New York premiere of The Black Swan in a satin lapeled Givenchy suit, which she accessorized with Stephen Russell jewelry and a Lanvin clutch. Maybe we are old fashioned, but we like it when girls dress like girls!

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Mila Kunis got glam at The Black Swan premiere in pale rose Eli Saab gown from the Spring 2011 collection, while Natalie Portman dazzled in an off-the-shoulder Christian Dior Resort 2011 gown.

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Blake Lively hit the 2010 Footwear 2010 Footwear News Achievement Awards in Gossip-worthy getup. The gorgeous blonde showed off her flawless figure in a green and black Prabal Gurung wrap mini, which she paired with Christian Louboutin ankle boots.

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Halle Berry sizzled in a sexy Balmain suit at the Los Angles premiere of Frankie and Alice, while her ex’es new playmate Kim Kardashian hit the streets of NYC in totally tacky fashion.

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