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Bigscreen Bombshells And Bad Girl Blunders! The Best & Worst Dressed Stars Of The Day

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Oct. 25 2011, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the sizzling hot red carpet of the most exclusive events from around the world to the city streets, Hollywood’s hottest stars were dressed to shock and rock on Monday – and has ALL the photos in the daily fashion feature where no celeb is immune to a fashion police citation.

Camilla Belle may not be a household name yet, but the 25-year-old is destined for blockbuster babe status. The sultry star dominated the red carpet at Lincoln Center Presents: An Evening with Ralph Lauren in New York City, wearing a beyond dazzling Ralph Lauren embellished gown, which

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featured a feathered-looking chiffon train.  She flawlessly finished off the look with a sleek updo and a splash of red lipstick. 

Other style scores at the swanky soiree included Jessica Alba and Naomi Watts, both in Ralph Lauren as well.

Oh, Paz de la Huerta! The Boardwalk Empire bad girl was a walking fashion disaster at the NYC premiere of Tower Heist.  Not only did she wear an over-the-top Oscar gown to a movie premiere, but she paired the too-dressy number with wood-platformed heels.

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Other style scores included Eva Longoria in Victoria Beckham, Olivia Wilde in J. Mendel and Zoe Saldana in Reed Krakoff, all at the 2011 Glamour Reel Moments premiere in Los Angeles, while a la mode misses included Snooki and Serena Williams.

For all the rest of the best and worst a la mode of the day, click here.




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