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PHOTOS: Scream Style And Menswear Misses In The Best & Worst


Apr. 12 2011, Published 5:23 a.m. ET

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From the star-studded red carpet premiere of Scream 4 to the city streets, stars were out and about on Monday dressed in the best & worst fashions and has all the photos in our daily feature.

Anna Paquin hit the Los Angeles premiere of the highly anticipated Wes Craven sequel in totally stellar style.  The True Blood hottie looked sexier than ever in a Cushnie Et Ochs sleeved dress, which consisted of two pieces held together by metal bars. Paired with metallic Brian Atwood Maniac heels, Anna scored herself the best look of the day.

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Khloe and the rest of the Kardashian clan celebrated their May 2011 cover of Redbook Magazine with a Hollywood bash, but the curvy reality show star didn't quite score the high marks with her choice of a la mode.  Khloe tried the menswear trend, wearing a white tuxedo style shirt and bow tie with a pencil skirt, which didn't quite rock our world.

Other notable looks at the Scream 4 premiere include Emma Roberts in Burberry blue, Hayden Panettiere in Zac Posen, Neve Campbell in Vivienne Westwood Red Label and Kristen Bell in Vanessa Bruno.  The biggest blunder on the carpet? Courteney Cox had a tan-tastrophe, showing off beyond orange legs under her black frock.

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At the New York premiere of The Conspirator, Robin Wright looked white hot in a Julien Macdonald pantsuit, while Evan Rachel Wood didn't exactly ravish in a vintage-looking Gucci number.

What other stars were dressed to rock and shock on Monday?  Click here to find out.



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