PHOTOS: Electric Youth (Redux) And Take Me Home Hotties In The Best & Worst


Mar. 3 2011, Published 4:40 a.m. ET

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From the red carpet of movie premieres to the streets of Paris Fashion Week, stars were dressed to rock and shock on Wednesday in the best and worst fashions -- and has all the photos in our daily feature.

Supermodel turned bigscreen babe Jamie King was dressed to thrill as the Los Angeles premiere of Take Me Home Tonight. The beautiful blonde showed off her flawless figure (and a few tattoos left over from the late 1990’s) in a tiered Burberry Prorsum slate grey dress, which featured a sexy cutout back. Paired with gorgeous platforms and a tight bun, the statuesque star scored herself the best look of the day.

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So, we know that Take Me Home Tonight takes place in the past, but why did Debbie Gibson have to resurrect her Electric Youth threads for the premiere? The 1980’s pop star paired an animal print off-the-shoulder crop top with sparkly leggings and teal eye shadow, resulting in a fashion flashback flop.

Blake Lively was in honorable a la mode at a Chanel dinner in her name.  The Gossip Girl rocked Haute Couture from the French fashion brand with Christian Louboutin ballerina inspired pumps and a quilted bowling bag, in her signature sexy and sophisticated style.

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Paris Hilton and Olivia Munn both experienced boho blunders in hippie dippy threads, while Rosie Huntington-Whitelely was dressed to thrill in luxe leather for lunch with Jason Statham.

Audrina Patridge dazzled at the Beverly Hills Flagship Store opening of Badgley Mischka, wearing a sexy sparkler from the luxe label.  Rumer Willis was also on hand at the opening, wearing a pink gown, which clashed with her orange hair.

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



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