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Style Radar: Faboo or Faux Pas? Thursday's Trends A Mixed Bag Of Tricks

Jul. 9 2009, Published 12:44 p.m. ET

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Making statements in old trends, new trends and some never-before-seen wannabe trends was the theme Wednesday, as our style picked up on celebrities styled out in loud, bold ensembles.

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Emma Watson made not one, but two fashionable appearances at the David Letterman show in NYC. The young British beauty showed up in a bold polka-dot mini-dress and very in-Brit-vogue two-tone wingtips, and she exited in a nude organza Christopher Kane dress with black trim and funky black and gold platforms. Two looks in two hours, the Harry Potter darling was shoe-tastic.

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Also at the Letterman show, Queen Latifah flopped in the style department in a modern day, flashdance top with cutouts, black leggings, and grey suede booties. She maybe the Queen, but her look is anything but regal.

In Los Angeles, Rumer Willis hit up the opening of the U.S. Moods of Norway flagship attempting the color-blocked trend, but failing in an orange Jersey dress and canary yellow ballet flats.

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Going full on yellow, Privileged actress Joanna Garcia created a buzz in New York, stepping out in a fab yellow mini with retro aviators in hand, while Lilo used her shades in a practical-yet-fashionable way to shield the paps in Los Angeles.

In Paris, Kylie Minogue sat front and center at the Jean Paul Gaultier couture show in a stunning black corset button-front dress by the designer, complete with a matching fan.

And across the pond in London, singer-turned-TV fashion host Kelly Rowland proved that Beyonce isn't the only Destiny's Child alum with blinged out fashion.

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