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Pink Power And A Boxing Blunder – The Best & Worst Dressed Stars Of The Day

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Sep. 30 2011, Published 11:00 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the hottest events around the world to the city streets, the most followed fashionistas were dressed to rock and shock on Thursday – and has all the photos.

Who better to get a smoking haute head start on Breast Cancer Awareness Month than Elizabeth Hurley?  The longtime Estee Lauder babe, who has been rocking the most powerful pink frocks for as long as we can remember, hit two events to kick-off the charitably chic festivities in London – wearing two divine dresses.  Though we loved her silver and pink cocktail frock that she wore to an evening event (bringing her adorable son as her plus one!), she couldn’t have looked any more perfect earlier in the day, wearing a hot pink and skintight Michael Kors number that she paired with nude patent peep-toes.

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Talk about a fashion K.O. Ashley Olsen may have a super successful fashion empire, but that doesn’t mean that she knows how to dress to impress.  The pint-sized star hit an event for her line The Row at Paris Fashion Week, looking like she was headed into a boxing match, wearing a robed gown.

Sexy supermodels Miranda Kerr and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley both wowed on the streets, while LaToya Jackson was dressed for the gym for dinner at Katsuya in Hollywood.


For all the rest of the best and worst fashions of the day, click here.




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