Style Radar: Faboo or Faux Pas? Weekend Round-Up!

Jun. 22 2009, Published 9:06 a.m. ET

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Mod fashions were front and center north of the border on the style scene this weekend at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Canada, with fabulosity factors ranging from super-stylish to trying-too-hard tragic!

Audrina Patridge hit the affair in an interestingly chic turtle-neck black dress with sexy cutouts and sky-high Gucci Iman ankle-strap platforms, while Fergie took a stab at mod in an over-styled -- and just plain over -- getup of: a silver satin top with sheer corset panels, an over-sized chunky bracelet, and Balenciaga strappy pumps.

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It's no rumor: Rumer Willis was (again) the worst dressed celeb at the affair, parading around in an out-dated off-the-shoulder black mini with lime green sequin designs (but she did pair the hideous frock with fab gladiator Christian Louboutins). Also wearing Christian Louboutin heels, best dressed of the night Kim Kardashian channeled Marilyn in the hair department while flaunting a curve-clinging geometric print Nuj Novakhett belted black mini-dress.  Kelly Clarkson finally found a silhouette that worked for her -- but the color and print didn't work for anyone! Keep trying Kelly!

Showing off skin in Maui, Kristen Bell took in the evening breeze in a plunging cut-out and embellished black bubble-hem mini-dress, while Kristen

Cavallari hit up a Jersey shore hot spot, Mur.Mur nightclub, in Atlantic City in a simple and strapless little black dress.

Eliza Dushku also hit our Style Radar in a thick belted black strapless romper in Los Angeles, teaming it up trendy-style with suede peep-toe



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