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Style Radar: Faboo or Faux Pas? A-List Mademoiselles Flock To Paris

Jul. 7 2009, Published 4:01 a.m. ET

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Celebrities are turning it out in France for Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, amping up their fab fashion factors in designer frocks -- but they are not, however, stepping out in over-the-top distracting garb -- call it "less-is-more" week.

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Megan Fox oozes sexiness in whatever she wears, but chose a body-fit dove grey single-shoulder Armani dress paired with peep-toe pumps and her signature statement red lipstick for a demure look to take her seat at the designer's runway show.

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Meanwhile, at the Dior show, fashionista Marion Cotillard downplayed her style factor, so-much-so that her belted black sheath dress is bland. Doing Dior the way it was meant to be worn, New York celebutante Tinsley Mortimer chose a flirty and fashion forward black and gold print belted top and sheer skirt by the design house.

Stateside, at the Louis Vuitton store in Beverly Hills, Jessica Biel coordinated a tailored suit jacket with a black and white print miniskirt fabulously for a Vanity Fair Event. Julia Roberts' young, style-conscious niece Emma was snapped leaving the same affair in a statement-embellished Louis Vuitton two-toned maroon jacket teamed with skinny jeans and peep-toe pumps.

In New York, Heroes hottie Hayden Panettiere garnered David Letterman's attention in a black lace Caroline Seikaly number with heavy-duty Giuseppe

Zanotti gladiator sandals. Harry Potter's Emma Watson also chose a sophisticated presentation in a jewel necklined, drop-waist Proenza Schouler dress for the London Photocall of her new movie.

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