PHOTOS: DASH'ing Divas And Dynasty Duds In The Best And Worst

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Nov. 4 2010, Updated 5:32 a.m. ET

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From the dazzling red carpets of swanky NYC soirees to the streets of Beverly Hills, stars were dressed in the best and worst fashions on Wednesday and RadarOnline.com has all the photos!

Kim Kardashian sizzled in sequins at the NYC opening of her DASH store, showing off her covetable curves in a sequined alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet Nika sequin dress, which she paired with black peep-toes.  Her sister Khloe also looked smashing in bod-con style, wearing a sculpted black, high-necked frock, while elder sis Kourtney experienced a fashion flop in totally awkward attire.  See it here.

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Joan Collins resurrected her Dynasty duds for dinner at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills.  The iconic star wore one of her famous sharp-shouldered blazers, which Rihanna and Lady Gaga would surely approve of---but not us!

Julianne Moore looked sexy and sophisticated at the Bvlgari Express for Save The Children Party, wearing a partially lace Alexander McQueen Resort 2011 dress with Bvlgari jewels and clutch, while Molly Sims looked red hot in a Marchesa shift dress, which featured beaded cuffs and neckline with a Marchesa clutch, black tights and heels at the 5th Annual Fashion Delivers Gala.

Several stars showed up to the Los Angeles premiere of 127 Hours in sexy style.  While Amber Tamblyn rocked a Yves Saint Laurent Couture vintage frock in Kelly green, Kate Mara looked cool in an aqua-hued Peter Som mini.

Johnny Weir(d) showed off his eccentric style in NYC at David Yurman’s Men’s Collection Preview, pairing fem frocks with Christian Louboutin studded loafers, while Nick Cannon got the message across that he does all his own nude scenes with a tacky t-shirt in Los Angeles.

Who else rocked and shocked with their wardrobe on Wednesday?  Find out in RadarOnline.com’s daily fashion feature!

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