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PHOTOS: Stars Heat Up Milan Fashion Week!

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Sep. 28 2010, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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From power couple George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis to country cutie Taylor Swift, stars were heating up the front row of Milan Fashion Week on Monday, while the world’s highest paid supermodels got gowned in gorgeousness for the amfAR Milano 2010, wearing the most breathtaking looks from the most sought after designers.

RadarOnline.com has all of the smoking hot photos of all the sizzling stars, as well as the details of what they were wearing!

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George Clooney and his gorgeous gal pal rocked super sophisticated Armani suits to the designer’s show, while Megan Fox modeled a grey Armani blazer from the Pre-Fall 2010 collection over a black mini, getting accessorized with a little arm candy: her hunky hubby Brian Austin Green!

At Roberto Cavalli, Taylor Swift shied away from her country cutie reputation, looking a little bit sexy and whole lot of rock ‘n roll, wearing a tiered black skirt over patterned tights with super high, lace-up boots and an ivory blouse. Rachel Bilson, Heidi Klum and Leona Lewis were also on hand wearing the designer’s duds from head to toe at the super sexy runway show.

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Alessandra Ambrosio rocked a super playful lace strapless Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress to the amfAR event, showing off her playful side in front of the cameras, while Heidi Klum dazzled in true supermodel style, wearing a strapless Roberto Cavalli gown.

Experience all the glitz and the glamour of Milan Fashion Week by checking out the gallery in Style!

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