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PHOTOS: Dancing Divas And Russian Dressing In The Best And Worst

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Nov. 2 2010, Published 4:29 a.m. ET

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From the red carpet of the 200th Episode Party for Dancing with the Stars to the streets of New York City, stars were dressed in the best and worst fashions on Monday, and RadarOnline.com has all the sizzle and fizzle in our daily fashion feature.

Dancing alum Kelly Osbourne had a style score at the star-studded red carpet bash in Los Angeles, wearing a totally sexy lace appliquéd Marchesa sheath dress with chiffon drape overlay with black platforms, though rumor has it, the rock royalty had a little bit of a Paris Hilton/Britney Spears moment, flashing the paps as she exited her car. Brandy also showed off superior style, wearing a magnificent blue and silver metallic mini with matching booties, while Eliza Dushku opted for a questionable Sass & Bide jumpsuit look.

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Kourtney Kardashian shopped 'til she dropped in NYC, experiencing a fashion fur pas (real or fake, we do not know) wearing a leopard print coat with a Russian hat.

Christina Ricci hit the 2010 Library Lions Benefit, wearing a totally chic Marchesa ensemble, which consisted of a cropped coat and a pleated skirt, but then added matte black tights for an awkward effect.

Kelly Bensimon is usually our fave fashionista of all the Real Housewives, but the former model hit the NYC premiere of Due Date in metallic wrap dress, which wrinkled in all the wrong places.

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Heidi Klum wore a nude number from the Olsen’s line The Row, looking totally marvelous as usual at a benefit for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, while Natalia Vodianova dazzled in Balmain at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London.

Who else rocked and shocked on the fashion front? Find out in RadarOnline.com’s fashion-packed photo gallery!

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