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

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Jan. 31 2011, Published 3:56 p.m. ET

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The SAG Awards weren't the only event happening over the weekend. From the DGA Awards to the London premiere of Gnomeo & Juliet, stars hit the red carpet (and the streets) in the best, worst & wackiest fashion -- and has all the photos in our weekend roundup.

Winter's Bone star Jennifer Lawrence may be a recent red carpet addition, but the gorgeous blonde really knows how to dress her body good! The Oscar nominee hit the Director's Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday night, dressed to thrill in a one-shoulder Prabal Gurung asymmetrical dress, which she paired with Miu Miu heels, a Roger Vivier clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewels. Well done, Jen!

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9021 NO!!! Shenae Grimes took her Boho babe look a little to far at the Entertainment Weekly pre-SAG party in a totally awful and elementary ensemble.  While other sexy starlets kept it cocktail party sassy with their cute mini dresses and such, Shenae wore a maxi skirt with a totally see through crop top.

As for wacky, Amber Rose had travelers thinking there was an animal carrying a Chanel bag loose in the airport, wearing an oversized fur hat as she prowled through the baggage area.

Claire Danes

Other style highs at the DGA Awards included Natalie Portman in Michael Kors, Claire Danes in Rolan Mouret, and Sofia Vergara in Monique Lhuillier.

Kim Kardashian showed off her covetable curves in smashing fashion, while shopping at Burberry in Beverly Hills, while Kylie Minogue drenched herself in too many leopard spots during a London outing.

Who else rocked and shocked over the weekend?  Click here to find out.



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