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PHOTOS: Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week


Aug. 28 2010, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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It was a week of shocking frocks and dazzling dresses, as Hollywood's hottest stars hit the red carpet and the sidewalk in the Best, Worst & Wackiest wardrobe choices. The fashion police have picked the winners and panned the sinners in our weekly roundup!

Jessica Alba looked Balmain beautiful at the Los Angeles premiere of Machete, wearing a dazzling black and gold sequin dress with Christian Louboutin caged booties, while Drew Barrymore hit her Going the Distance premiere glamming it up in a gold brocade Catherine Malandrino gown, belting it up in Balmain!

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If a tennis twin traveled to Bedrock, the result would look something like Serena Williams in her Flinstones faux pas Dolce & Gabbana leopard print frock at the Hamptons magazine party in New York.

Parker Posey wore a hideously striped housedress, which resulted in great inspiration for our Real Housewives of the 1950s Halloween costume, while Pamela Anderson got super creative, matching her ill-fitting dress to her pal's hair!

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Christina Applegate went on a maternity mode style streak, including her perfectly polka dotted Valentino cocktail dress for the Late Show with David Letterman, and Katy Perry did her best Teenage Dream in a powerfully pink Zuhair Murad party dress.

You won't want to miss all these looks and more in's weekly Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions roundup!

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