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PHOTOS: Bikini Bombshells & Lingerie Flops In The Best And Worst


Feb. 16 2011, Published 4:55 a.m. ET

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It was a glam-packed Tuesday for Hollywood’s rich and famous, as they hit the streets and the red carpet dressed to rock and shock in the best and worst fashions. has all the photos in the daily feature, where absolutely no one is immune to a fashion police arrest!

Sport Illustrated Swimsuit Edition covergirl Irina Shayk showed off her perfect 10 bod at The Late Show with David Letterman in the sexiest way possible—well, without being stripped down into lingerie or a bikini!  The supermodel rocked an embellished, one-shoulder ultra mini dress with Christian Louboutin heels and a feathered coat, scoring the best look of the day!

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Paris Hilton celebrated her 30th birthday (for the first time!) in Hollywood, with a 1920’s themed bash.  While the birthday girl kept relatively covered up, Kathy Griffin didn’t both throwing on clothes, simply wearing red and black lingerie. 

At Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, stars flocked to the Diesel Black Gold Fall 2011 show, wearing fashions from the collection. Vanessa Hudgens looked uber sexy in a mini dress, while newly engaged Petra Nemcova opted for a boho glam maxi dress.  And leave it to Boardwalk Empire bad girl Paz de la Huerta to up the wacky factor, wearing a crazy coat on the red carpet. 

Rachel Uchitel

Rihanna rocked a fab floral Oscar de la Renta gown to the BRIT Awards, where Justin Bieber continued his Dolce & Gabbana style streak in dapper duds.

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



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