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PHOTOS: Bell Of The Ball And Barefoot In Beverly Hills In The Best & Worst


Apr. 15 2011, Published 5:07 a.m. ET

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From the red carpet to the streets, stars were dressed to rock and shock on Thursday and has all the photos in our daily fashion feature!

Lake Bell was dressed to impress at the 14th Annual ASPCA Bergh Ball in NYC. The bigscreen babe scored the best look of the day, wearing a divine Lyn Devon strapless gown and Brian Atwood pumps.

As for the worst look, Phoebe Price went barefoot in Beverly Hills, in truly tacky style.

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As for other lustful looks Gwyneth Paltrow showed off her rock n’ roll side at a Barnes & Noble book singing, pairing leather pants from The Row with a Peter Pilotto top and an Isabel Marant jacket, while Courteney Cox was a Spring sophisticate at Good Morning America, wearing a Salmon leather jacket over a white top and khaki skirt, all by Roland Mouret, with Jimmy Choo sandals.

Kelly Rutherford and Kim Kardashian both rocked red-hot fashions. While the Gossip Girl paired a balloon-sleeved frock with purple heels at Fendi Kids Fashion Presentation in NYC, the reality show star showed off her got bod in a Carven mini and Christian Loubs.

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And leave it to the sexiest woman alive, Minka Kelly, to make a sophisticated Zac Posen frock sexier than a micro-mini.  The Friday Night Lights babe hit the Folli Follie Soho store opening, dressed to thrill.

From Janet Jackson channeling Justin Bieber to Reese Witherspoon’s sensational spring style, see all the best and worst looks of the day by clicking here.



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