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

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Dec. 6 2010, Published 4:53 a.m. ET

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Stars were out and about all over the world this weekend, dressed in the best, worst & wackiest fashions.

Eva Mendes has an impressive 3-day style streak at the Marrakech Film Festival.  The leading lady rocked an elegant embroidered Oscar de la Renta number with nude platforms to a photocall during the day, later changing into two gorgeous Christian Dior gowns for swanky evening events.

Sarah Silverman was good for a few laughs at the Variety Power of Comedy event in Los Angeles, wearing rainbow striped socks over nylons with clunky boots and a denim skirt. The comedian also appeared to have a nasty goggle sunburn going on around her eyes.  Never leave home without the SPF, Sarah.

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Amber Heard looked red hot at GLAAD 25th anniversary event in Los Angeles, showing off her flawless figure in a Dolce & Gabbana mini, while Elizabeth Hurley looked winter white wondrous at the Mon Cheri Barbara Tag Gala in Germany, wearing luxe fur with her sexy gown.

Anna Kendrick showed off her slender figure in a skintight and sexy Zuhair Murad mini dress at the Trevor Live Event in Los Angeles, reminding us that Kristen Stewart isn’t the only sexy non-vampire in the Twilight franchise!

Helena Bonham Carter

On the wacky front, Helena Bonham Carter and David Arquette were committed their usual fashion crimes, while Fergie startled us at the Jingle Bell Ball in London, walking the red carpet in a floppy leopard print hat and oversized shades!

See all these looks and more in’s weekly photo feature!



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