The Best, Worst And Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week

FameFlynet/Getty Images/INFphoto.com
FameFlynet/Getty Images/INFphoto.com

By Leah OrnsteinRadar Features Editor

Not every star got it right on the fashion front this week!

From the red carpet of the hottest events and movie premieres to the city streets, Hollywood’s hottest celebrities were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst and wackiest fashions – and RadarOnline.com has all the wardrobe winners and style sinners in our weekly feature.

PHOTOS: The Best, Worst And Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week

46 and sexier than ever, Halle Berry steamed up the red carpet of the Los Angeles premiere of Cloud Atlas, showing off her hot bod in flawless fashion. Wearing a silver Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress with Versace heels and Sutra earrings, the Academy Award winner scored the best look of the week.

Other notable looks included Julianne Hough in Naven at the Samsung Galaxy Note II bash, Renee Zellweger in Carolina Herrera at the 29th Annual Fashion Group International Night of Stars and Katie Holmes in a $70 Narciso Rodriguez for Kohl’s dress at the designer’s wallet friendly collection launch party.

PHOTOS: Kim Kardashian Shows Off Her Big Booty In Another Fashion Disaster

Kim Kardashian continued to flop on the fashion front, showing off her crazy curves with an unflattering ensemble in Miami, while Sofia Vergara’s spandex mini was riding a little too high at an art event in New York.

As for wacky, Katy Perry made a style statement by casting her ballot for President Barack Obama with a skintight mini dress.

PHOTOS: Victoria And Harper Beckham Show Off Their Style At JFK

For the rest of the best, worst and wackiest dressed stars of the week, click here.

RELATED STORIES:

PHOTOS: Katie Holmes Shines On Red Carpet In NYC

PHOTOS: Emma Watson Flashes Some Sideboob On The Red Carpet

PHOTOS: Alessandra Ambrosio Shines In A Sea Of Skinny At Testino Event

Memory Lapse Gwyneth? Paltrow Claims That She Hasn’t Starred In A Movie Since 2004!

blog comments powered by Disqus