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


Feb. 7 2011, Published 4:43 a.m. ET

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From celeb-packed Super Bowl parties to swanky international award shows, stars were dressed in the best, worst and wackiest fashions this weekend‹and has all the photos in our daily feature.

Renee Zellweger has been relatively absent from the red carpet as of late, so we were delighted to see her at the 46th Golden Camera Awards in Berlin dressed to thrill. The box office bombshell was the belle of the ball in her princess-worthy Carolina Herrera strapless number, which featured a gold sequin design. Well done, Renee!

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Hayden Panettiere brought Smurf style to the Super Bowl, experiencing a major fashion flop. The petite actress hit the GQ bash wearing a blue velvet bustier dress with sheer sleeves with matching tights (blue tights are generally a no-no!) landing her as the worst dressed star of the weekend. Luckily, Gossip Girl Jessica Szohr was there to save the style day, wearing a sexy lace Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Rosie Huntington Whiteley

As for the wackiest wardrobe, personality Bai Ling achieved the honor by a landslide, wearing totally clashing fashion out on the town in Hollywood.

Gretchen Mol looked marvelous in her Marchesa maternity a la mode at the Writers Guild Awards in NYC, while Katy Perry looked pretty in a purple Nokolaki one-shouldered mini at the Mexico City launch of Purr by Katy Perry fragrance.

Nicole Kidman and Hailee Steinfeld both look wondrous in white at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.  White the young True Grit star opted for a youthful Alberta Ferretti frock with red Aldo pumps, Nicole looked sophisticated in a belted Nina Ricci shirt dress and Pierre Hardy heels.

Who else rocked and shocked on the fashion front?  Click here to find out.



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