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Stars Walk On The Wild Side In The Best And Worst Fashions


Sep. 30 2010, Published 4:47 a.m. ET

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Leopard print never seems to go out of style, but sometimes celeb's animal instincts go a bit too wild...

Iconic designer Roberto Cavalli is one of fashion’s frontrunners when it comes to the timeless print, so it is no surprise that Rachel Bilson walked the red carpet of his 40th Anniversary Party in Paris wearing a truly wondrous leopard print dress. The former OC’er looked absolutely gorgeous in the figure flattering, off-the-shoulder gown, which swept the floor in dramatic style. Rach was joined by other glam girls, such as Taylor Swift, who showed off her sexy stems in a black embellished mini, and Heidi Klum, who looked gorgeous in gold.

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The problem with leopard print, is that is can be a distracting addition to an already too-trendy look. Nicole Richie learned this the hard way, prowling around NYC on Thursday adding a leopard hat to an ensemble, which consisted of fringe, stripes and velvet.

The red carpet of The Autumn Party, hosted by ARCADE boutique and Children’s Institute in Hollywood was filled with fab little black dresses, which were far from boring! Twilight sight Julia Jones and Demi Lovato both rocked different, but equally cool frocks to the charitably chic event.

Rachel Bilson

Elizabeth Hurley was thinking pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which begins October 1st, hitting an event for Estee Lauder in NYC wearing a one-shoulder, curve hugging number.

What supermodel experienced a fashion flop in high style? Check out the gallery in Style to find out.



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