PHOTOS: Lettuce Heads And Lovely Ladies In The Best & Worst


Mar. 30 2011, Published 4:16 a.m. ET

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It was a fashion-packed day from the red carpet to the streets, as stars stepped out dressed to rock and shock‹and has all the photos in our daily fashion feature.

Diane Kruger is one of the fairest fashionistas in Hollywood and every time she hits a red carpet in designer duds, she manages to effortlessly dominate. At the NET-A-PORTER Runway to Green at Christie’s BID to Save the Earth the beautiful blonde rocked a Jason Wu petticoat dress with pink satin heels and a clutch from the same collection, scoring herself the best look of the day!

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If Diane effortless dominated the swanky soiree, then Nicki Minaj grabbed attention. The sassy rapper (who sported a lettuce head hairdo!) upped the wacky factor, wearing an Alexander Wang bustier with black tights (no pants) and lace-up granny shoes from the same collection.  Wonder what Anna Wintour thought of the eccentric attire?

Keri Hilson was also dressed to shock at GUESS and Paper Magazine’s The Beautiful People Party in Los Angeles, combing all the worst trends of the 1980’s and 90’s in one, skin-baring ensemble, while Kim Cattrell wasn’t looking super sexy in the city at the NYC premiere of Meet Monica Velour, wearing a lackluster and outdated wrap dress.

Keri Hilson

Other style scores included Lisa Rinna, who showed off her fabulous figure in an adorable mini and nude heels at Planet Hollywood Time Square for her handprint ceremony in NYC and Holly Madison, who brightened up the carpet at the Las Vegas MOB Experience Grand Opening Night, wearing a white blouse with a splashy patterned skirt.

What other stars hit the high note and missed the mark a la mode on Tuesday? Click here to find out.



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