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Brit Bombshells And Blunders In The Best & Worst

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Jul. 8 2011, Published 4:10 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the Royal visit in Canada to the Harry Potter premiere in London, stars were dressed to rock and shock on Thursday in the best and worst fashions – and has all the photos!

Kate Middleton continued her Canadian style streak, looking mellow in yellow during her visit in Calgary in a Jenny Packham dress, which she paired with LK Bennett pumps and a matching clutch. The same day, the Duchess also rocked an Alice by Temperley blouse with Gold Sign bootcut denim, cowboy boots and a Smithbilt cowboy hat to the Calgary Stampede.

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Saving the best for last, Emma Watson cast a style spell at the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, wearing an absolutely breathtaking Oscar de la Renta gown. For the afterparty, the 21-year-old changed into a dazzling Elie Saab Couture number and Giuseppe Zanotti peep-toes. But Helena Bonham Carter managed to up the wacky factor, pairing a tacky topper with her asymmetrical gown.

Jennifer Aniston

Other best dressed nods include Jennifer Aniston, who was dressed to thrill at her Hand and Footprint Ceremony in Hollywood, wearing a Prada frock with Gucci heels and Hilary Swank, who showed off her superior stems at the Hugo Boss Fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin, modeling a sexy dress from the designer’s collection.

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




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