A Sparkling Movie Star, A Matronly Drama Queen & A Glitzy Reality Train Wreck – The Best And Worst Of The Day

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Sep. 1 2011, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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From the red carpets of the Venice Film Festival to the Kardashians taking over New York (yet again!), Wednesday gave us a glittering day and night of glamour scattered with sparkling style slip-ups, and has all the winning looks and fashion faux-pas in our daily round-up.

Diane Kruger captured the romance of Italy at the Venice Film Festival in an angelic Elie Saab Fall 2011 Couture Collection gown that shone like it was scattered in fairy dust. The embroidered bodice and sheer flowing skirt made the Inglorious Bastards star look like a real princess.

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Kim Kardashian proved yet again that she can do no wrong, especially when she’s the belle of the ball. The newly-wed was as flawless as always in a fitted Victoria Beckham dress for  A Night Of Style and Glamour at Capitale in New York City.

Unfortunately, not everyone lived-up to the European glamour of Venice. Best known for her dark, gothic style, Evan Rachel Wood tried to look pretty and girly – and failed. Her long white shirt dress from Alessandra Rich was far too prim and proper for the True Blood star, making her appear as if she was acting in a period drama rather than walking the red carpet at The Ides of March premiere.

Diane Kruger

Over in London, Pamela Bach took the sparkle theme to a whole new tacky level when she squeezed into a 80s style silver mini dress with a white leather belt and sheer tights to ‘celebrate’ her eviction from Celebrity Big Brother. Bach needs to evict this ugly outfit asap!

Rounding-up the fashion flops were LaLa Vazquez looking like she’s trying out for a job as a waiter (or a role in the penguin exhibit at the zoo), and Amy Adams going undercover in a huge floppy hat.




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