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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week


Aug. 20 2011, Published 9:19 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the hottest Hollywood parties to the city streets, the most sizzling stars were dressed to rock and shock – and has all the photos in our weekly roundup.

We can’t get enough of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge in Alexander McQueen! The style star formally known as Kate Middleton was dressed to thrill on Friday during an appearance in Birmingham, wearing an awesome ensemble courtesy of her wedding gown designer Sarah Burton. The royal hottie paired a silk georgette blouse with a slitty wool skirt, both embellished with gorgeous gold buttons, from the pre-fall 2011 collection, finishing off the military inspired look with simple heels.

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Her wedding is only days way, but that hasn't slowed down Kim Kardashian! The curvy bride-to-be and her famous fam hit the launch party for the Kardashian Kollection for Sears in Hollywood, showing off her hot bod in a leopard print jumpsuit and open-toed heels from the collection.

Aubrey O’Day landed herself worst of the week status, stepping out to the LG/Verizon Party in Hollywood in far from conservative couture. The former Danity Kane over-flaunted her awesome assets, nearly popping out of a skintight, pink and black dress.

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As for wacky, Redfoo of LMFAO definitely put on a show for his fans in Toronto, hitting the Much Music stage in skintight zebra print underwear!

Other notable a la mode included Olivia Munn in Carolina Herrera at the premiere of My Idiot Brother and Julianne Moore in Jason Wu at the Blu-Ray release party for The Big Lebowski in New York.




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