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


Mar. 7 2011, Published 4:31 a.m. ET

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From the red carpet of the NAACP Image Awards to the streets of Paris Fashion Week, stars were dressed in the best, worst & wackiest fashions this weekend -- and has all the photos in our weekly feature.

Kerry Washington was dressed to thrill at the NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles Friday night, bringing white hot fashion to the red carpet. The bigscreen babe showed off her fabulous figure in a flutter sleeved Zac Posen gown, dripping in Stephen Webster jewels.

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Aubrey O’Day invited all her pals to launch her new All About Aubrey series on Oxygen. The former Pussycat Doll paired ruffled diaper-like shorts with an animal print blouse and fuchsia heels, resulting in the ultimate fashion flop.

And Taylor Momsen, who has kept a relatively low profile lately, wore S&M duds to a Pretty Reckless show in Pennsylvania. Though she may have exited her hit CW show last year, she still manages to keep people Gossiping with her too-racy getup.

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True Blood vamps and vixens got all done up for Paley Fest. While Anna Paquin mixed and matched designer duds, wearing a Stella McCartney dress with an Azzedine Alaia belt, Alexander McQueen blazer and Sergio Rossi pumps, Rutina Wesley took sexy to the extreme in a Camilla and Marc mini dress.

M.I.A. hit Paris Fashion Week, bringing her wacky wardrobe with her, while Sarah Jessica Parker was Sexy in the City, while attending a Broadway play.

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



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