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Style Radar: Faboo or Faux Pas? "Bu", Boy, And "Joisey" Girl Fashions!

Jul. 13 2009, Published 10:25 a.m. ET

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From the fabulosity of Malibu frocks to loud Jersey getups the style range was from A to Z (we don't discriminate-- just judge)-- but it's your call, folks, faboo or faux pas?

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Kim Kardashian dressed her rocking body in a curve-clinging little black Topshop mini dress with "cosmic" shoulder embellishments to host the Aces & Angels Celebrity Poker Party at the Playboy Mansion.  Keeping up with her big sis, Khloe didn't disappoint in the style department sporting a Lalia Azhar one-shoulder draped silk-jersey minidress with a strategically located twist to cover any midriff insecurities ( a very smart style trick!)

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Victoria's Secret Angel Alessadra Ambrosio went high class beach-chic in Malibu donning a strapless violet-ruffle hem summer dress with hip-retro mirrored aviator shades.  Also hitting up the "bu", stylish Mama Jessica Alba was snapped leaving Taverna Tony Greek restaurant in a black, white, and grey getup adding a pop of color with hot pink nails!

In Paterson New Jersey, Real Housewife Teresa Giudice was representing Jersey's finest maternity fashions -- NOT -- in a loud electric green getup with an oversized Paris Hilton-esque glamband (not to mention chunky gold jewelry and thick metallic strap sandals).

Penelope Cruz

Taking the place of Spanish enchantress Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson was presented in Madrid as the new face of Mango in a sizzingly stylish black pencil skirt and flutter sleeve satin blouse by the Spain-based fashion company.

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