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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend


Dec. 13 2010, Published 5:19 a.m. ET

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The red carpet was on fire this weekend, as stars sizzled and fizzled in the best, worst and wackiest fashions. has all the photos in our weekly feature!

Metallic a la mode was all over the place!

Olivia Wilde dominated the Los Angeles premiere of Tron: Legacy in a body skimming Emilio Pucci gown, which featured a sexy keyhole top.  The House star belted the floorlength stunner, accentuating her tiny waist.  It doesn’t get much sexier than this!

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Jennifer Lopez has been rocking smashing fashion as of late, so what happened to the American Idol judge over the weekend in Sin City?  J. Lo sported a not-so-chic metallic and black jumpsuit, which she took from bad to worse, by adding matchy-matchy metallic booties.

Elle Fanning continued to reign as the most fashion forward 12-year-old in the world!  Dakota’s little sis hit a NYC screening of Somewhere wearing a head to toe look hot off the runway of the Rodarte Spring 2011 collection.

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Rachel Bilson looked fem and fab in Christian Dior, Celebrating the Target and William Rast collaboration in Los Angeles, where Anna Faris looked sexy and stylish in a black strapless mini and patent platforms.

Other notable nods included Christina Ricci, looking svelte and stylish in Zac Posen at the 2010 New York Stage and Film Gala Honors in NYC, and Amy Adams, showing off her post-preggers bod in Roland Mouret at an NYC screening of The Fighter.

And though we love Kim Kardashian’s crazy curves, the reality show star looked a little too boobiful at the opening of Beauty & Essex restaurant in NYC.

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