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PHOTOS: Smashing Fashion And Mariachi A La Mode In The Best And Worst


Nov. 10 2010, Published 5:27 a.m. ET

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It was a dazzling day of fashion as stars hit the red carpet around the world, wearing smashing fashions hot off the runway.  Of course, there are always some dressing disasters when it comes to our famous friends. has all the photos in our daily fashion feature!

Elizabeth Banks was dressed to thrill at the NYC premiere of her latest flick The Next Three Days. Ditching the prison jumpsuit she sports in most of the film, the blonde babe was in bombshell style, hitting the red carpet in sexy-to-the-max cutout cocktail dress from the Versace Spring 2011 collection.  Olivia Wilde joined her costar on the carpet in a simply sophisticated Celine sleeved number, which she paired with Christian Louboutin pumps, a Jimmy Choo clutch and Stephen Russell jewels.

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Over on the West Coast, Malin Akerman (who is usually a style star!) looked like she was on vacation at the 2011 People’s Choice Awards Nominations, wearing a Mariachi-style Prada frock from the Resort 2011 collection with Aldo pumps.

Halle Berry showed of her smoking hot bod at the AFI Film Fest, wearing a skintight Elie Saab number, which clung to her curves in all the right places, while Ali Larter flaunted her baby bump street side in Los Angeles, wearing all black duds.

Halle Berry

Other style highlights?  Kerry Washington in a fab floral Oscar de la Renta frock at the Moves 2010 Power Women Awards, Victoria Beckham in one of her own designs in London and Tina Fey in Oscar de la Renta at the Kennedy Center in Washington.

See what other celebs rocked and shocked on the fashion front in’s daily feature.



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