PHOTOS: Shameless Or Shameful? The Best & Worst Fashions Of The Day


Mar. 25 2011, Published 4:40 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email

From the red carpet to the streets, stars were out in full fashion force on Thursday - and has all the photos to prove it.

While most of the leading ladies at The Metropolitan Opera Premiere of Le Compte Ory, opted for beautiful black Yves Saint Laurent gowns, Emmy Rossum Shamelessly added a little color to the mix. The brunette bombshell looked amazing in an emerald green strapless gown, which featured a colorfully embellished belt. Finishing the look off with purple heels and a flash of bright red lipstick, the young star scored herself the best look of the day.

Article continues below advertisement

Over in Los Angeles, the sexy stars of Sucker Punch celebrated the release of their movie and the 12th Anniversary of Nylon magazine, dressing up in eccentric duds. While Vanessa Hudgens wore nylon socks with her sandals and Jamie Chung attempted to tackle the menswear trend, the worst look of all was courtesy of Brittny Gastineau, who had a booby-blunder in a figure-drenching frock.

Reese Witherspoon hit the streets of Los Angeles, looking pre-wedding wondrous in classy spring fashion. The bigscreen blonde jazzed up her blue jeans and cardigan combo with Proenza Schouler wedges and a cool Chloe bag, for a day of spa treatments, shopping and lunching with the ladies.


Alessandra Ambrosio celebrated her trigger-happy cover of GQ Brazil, rocking a beyond sexy and flirty mini dress, while Kelly Osbourne promoted Madonna’s Material Girl line in Los Angeles, dressed in 1990’s duds.

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



© Copyright 2023 Radar Media Group LLC. RADAR and RADARONLINE are registered trademarks. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Offers may be subject to change without notice.