The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week


Sep. 18 2010, Published 1:40 p.m. ET

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From the catwalk of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week to the red carpet of the Toronto International Film Festival and the MTV Video Music Awards, the stars were out and about this week in the best, worst & wackiest ensembles. has all the photos in our weekly fashion feature, which separates the wardrobe winners from the sinners!

Perhaps the most talked about individual of the week, was the wildly wondrous Lady Gaga. After walking the red carpet of the MTVA VMAs in a gothic Alexander McQueen gown paired with the late designer’s infamous Armadillo heels, she changed into something a little more---meaty! Instead of turning to another top fashion designer, the Poker Face singer consulted her local butcher, who sliced up a very “farm fresh” ensemble.

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Megan Fox hit the high note at the TIFF premiere of Power Play, showing off her flawless figure in a super sophisticated Armani Prive cocktail dress, which she paired with Cesare Paciotti pumps. With a splash of scarlet on her lips and wild waves courtesy of celeb stylist Creighton Bowman, the newlywed knockout dominated in leading lady style.

Emma Stone got an Easy A on the fashion front at the Los Angeles premiere of her latest comedy. The funny and fab actress rocked an impeccably beaded Emilio Pucci mini with nude heels, while her pal Taylor Swift had us green with envy in her bustier Miu Miu frock.

Taylor Momsen looked more Reckless than Pretty, supporting pal John Galliano at his Parisian fragrance launch, while Ice-T’s wife Coco took Snooki’s infamous hairdo to the next level---literally!

Who else shocked and rocked on the fashion front? Check out the sexy photos to find out!


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