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Sexy In The City, Sarah: Too Much Bling, Ling: Best And Worst

Apr. 8 2010, Published 4:47 a.m. ET

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Sarah Jessica Parker showed off her sought-after style in NYC on Wednesday, wearing an impeccably draped and pin-tucked, stone-colored number, accessorized to perfection. The Sex and the City star boldly rocked a large, heart-shaped pendant around her neck, Nicolas Kirkwood blue suede and python heels on her feet, and an origami-folded messenger-style bag around her neck at the “premiere screening” for Bravo’s Work of Art: The Next Great Artist.

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Eccentric “personality” Bai Ling, showed up to the Nylon party in Los Angeles drenched in too much bling!  The Worst Dressed list fixture flaunted her washboard abs, in a revealing, frilly, sequined top, which she most likely borrowed from Bobby Trendy.  Adding grommeted, fur-trimmed boots, Bai was definitely in “stand out” style.

Jennifer Aniston arrived to the Santa Monica set of her new movie, looking smashing in a stone mini, while Kerry Washington was a vision of true glamour at The White House Project’s 2010 Epic Awards Gala in NYC.  Snooki hit the streets of Miami Beach, in crystal encrusted sunglasses, which channeled Lady Gaga and Elton John at the Grammy Awards, while Catherine Zeta-Jones was dressed for the beach in New York.

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What gorgeous star made the Best Dressed list twice in one day?  Check out the gallery in Style to find out.

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