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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend


From the red carpet to the streets, stars were out and about over the weekend dressed in the best, worst & wackiest fashions — and has all the photos in our weekend roundup.

PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend

Elisabeth Moss scored the best look of the weekend, hitting the 2011 Olivier Awards in London looking Grecian gorgeous!  Draping her bod in a nude Donna Karan gown, the Mad Men star, who is currently starring alongside Keira Knightley in The Children’s Hour play, finished the look off with a metallic Jimmy Choo clutch.

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Fergie sported shredded threads to DB Donamatrix’s New Fitness Regimen Launch Party in West Hollywood.  Her Balmain blunder included stripped pants, a ripped up shirt and studded leather jacket.

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And leave it to Lil’ Kim to up the wacky factor.  The sassy mouthed rapper was dressed for a Halloween party at The Luxxx Ball in NYC, palling around with the Damon, who looked equally as bizarre in a metallic tracksuit.

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Teresa Palmer
looked white hot in a short-trained Cushnie et Ochs mini dress at the Paris premiere of I Am Number Four, while Emmanuelle Chriqui slithered down the red carpet in sexy style at the Vegas Magazine Spring Fashion Issue party in Sin City, wearing a python print Roberto Cavalli gown.

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Zoe Saldana looked charitably chic and perfectly put together at the John Varvatos 8th Annual Stuart House Benefit, wearing a tight leather jacket with Decades Denim skinny jeans, leopard heels and a Diane von Furstenberg metallic hobo, while Gina Gershon experienced a fashion flop wearing sneakers on the carpet.

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Who else rocked and shocked on the fashion front over the weekend?  Click here to find out.

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