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Style Radar: Faboo or Faux Pas? Grecian Looks and Metallic Numbers

Jun. 15 2009, Published 3:34 p.m. ET

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Hollywood's A-listers turned it out around the globe this weekend in single-shoulder Grecian goddess gowns, flashy metallic frocks, and bold shouldered blazers. So where in the world was the most faboo ensemble: Shanghai, Berlin, Nice, London, New York, or L.A.?

Halle Berry never disappoints in the red carpet style department, and stunned at the Shanghai International Film Festival in a single-shoulder lilac chiffon Marchesa gown, complete with silver crystal embroidery on the bodice.

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Also donning single-shoulder numbers, Megan Fox sizzled in a very revealing thigh-high slit crimson Roberto Cavalli gown at the Transformers premiere in Berlin, while reality darling Kim Kardashian worked a white Grecian-belted getup at the airport in Nice, France.

Red Carpet veterans Jennifer Aniston and Jodie Foster both went fashion forward in metallic minis for the Women In Film Crystal and Lucy Awards in Los Angeles. Aniston traded in her LBD's for a strapless, metallic Prada number and Silence of the Lambs star Jodie Foster opted for a daring, grey satin Armani. Following the trend, Michelle Trachtenberg showed up glittering in a mature Reem-Acra gold sequin, leaf-print dress.

Kelly Osbourne

At the same event, former Singled Out babe Jenny McCarthy showed her milf-y ways in a strong-shouldered, crisp white suit (still showing off her kids, though)! Rocking a similar white blazer, but with a more casual approach, ravishing Rihanna paired one in New York with black-dye jeans.

Kelly Osbourne also hit our list working an 80s punk look in London with a statement teal blazer and her usual hodgepodge of accessories.

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