From the scorching hot beaches of Miami to the glamor and glitz of Paris Fashion Week, stars hit the surf and turf this week in the best, worst and wackiest wardrobe choices!
Famous for bringing Sex to the City, Sarah Jessica Parker maintained her style icon status at the New York City Ballet 2010 Fall Gala, scoring the best look of the week in a gorgeous gown from her Halston Heritage collection. The nude sequined number, flawlessly skimmed her hot bod in the best way possible---but the fierce fashionsta didn’t stop there! With ombre hair falling down her shoulders, she finished off the look with a statement beaded necklaces and a metallic Halston sack.
Ice-T’s wife Coco is most famous for her traffic-swerving curves, so when she hits the beach in a barely-legal swimsuit, it makes for a completely wacky wreck! The boobiful blonde frolicked on South Beach with her Law & Order: Special Victims Unit hubby in an itty-bitty, orange thong bikini, letting all of her artificial assets hang out. Hopefully, the fashion police were making their rounds to write a swimsuit citation!
Speaking of arrest-worthy style, what are celebs thinking when they go out in public wearing completely see through duds?
Leigh Lezark and Courtney Love both hit Paris Fashion Week like it was a panty party, showing off way too much skin in nearly non-existent attire. Less isn’t always more, people!
Take it from Eva Mendes, who manages to look stunning and sexy without showing too much skin. The Other Guys bombshell hit the Los Angeles Philharmonic looking pretty and goddess-like in a pale pink Christian Dior gown, which featured impeccable gold beading.
It may be a month after Labor Day, but our famous friends can always break the rules and get away with it! Lauren Conrad signed books in NYC in a lovely lace Notte by Marchesa mini, while Milla Jovovich rocked a super sexy one-sleeved Emilio Pucci mini to the NYC premiere of Stone.
From Mary-Kate Olsen’s fashion fur pas, to Hilary’s Swank-y Chanel Couture, find out who made the hot (and not!) list in RadarOnline.com’s weekly feature.