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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week


May 7 2011, Published 12:14 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein Style & Beauty Editor

From the glam-packed red carpet of the Met Ball in NYC to the sizzling hot streets of Los Angeles, stars were out in full force dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst & wackiest fashions, and has all the wardrobe winners and sinners in our weekly photo feature.

The competition was fierce for the top style slot, but the wardrobe winner of the week was the divine Diane Kruger. The beyond beautiful blonde hit the Met Gala on Monday night, wearing a slitty and sexy Jason Wu number with black sandals, a Jimmy Choo clutch and a coat of intense red lipstick. The nude-embellished sleeved top and black skirt combo made the most of her luscious legs, and scored her haute honors!

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Other wardrobe winners at the Costume Institute's annual gala included Kristen Stewart in Proenza Schouler, Sarah Jessica Parker in Alexander McQueen and Ashley Greene in Donna Karan.

Ashley Olsen rained on the fashion parade in NYC, stepping out in a not-so-stylish slicker, while Amanda Michalka experienced a bra-baringblunder at the Nylon party in Los Angeles.

And as for wacky, Wiz Khalifa was probably the only person proud of his rumored bootylicious fiancé's choice of color. Amber Rose shopped 'til she dropped in Los Angeles, wearing bright yellow construction couture!

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


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