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PHOTOS: Fem & Fab Vs. Freaky Fashion In The Best And Worst

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Oct. 27 2010, Published 4:33 a.m. ET

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Reese Witherspoon looked as sweet as honey on Tuesday night, filling her duties as an Avon lady at the beauty brand’s 10th Annual Foundation For Women Gala in New York in totally fem & fab fashion. The beautiful blonde rocked a sweetheart strapless Jason Wu mini, which hugged her curves in all the right places, finishing the luscious look off with Christian Louboutin peep-toe heels.

Clearly the Pretty Reckless word-play is getting a tad old when it comes to describing Taylor Momsen’s red carpet attire antics, but the Gossip Girl seems to be begging for it! The seventeen-year-old actress-turned-singer hit the Tokidoi x Onitsuka Tiger Sneaker party in Los Angeles, looking like a cross between Marilyn Manson and an S&M model. Please take some pointers from Leighton Meester and Blake Lively, babe, and start dressing to impress!

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Speaking of freaky fashion, are stars dressing for Halloween a few days early? Paris Hilton was spotted in Los Angles, looking like she stepped out of the 1970’s in hippie dippy threads, while Kat Von D did her best impersonation of sophisticated style at a Barnes & Noble book signing.

Rosario Dawson was absolutely Unstoppable on the red carpet of her Los Angeles movie premiere. The flawlessly faced actress modeled a gorgeous blue one-shouldered Stella McCartney dress with Brian Atwood heels.

Claire Danes also got glammed up for the 2010 Whitney Gala in a chain-haltered Lanvin gown, while Kim Kardashian hit pal Ciara’s 25th birthday in Herve Leger.

Who else soared and sunk on the fashion front? Find out in RadarOnline.com’s sensational style gallery!

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