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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Week

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Oct. 1 2011, Published 8:03 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

It was a jam-packed week on the fashion front as Hollywood’s hottest stars hit the red carpet and the streets dressed to rock as well as shock – and has rounded up all the wardrobe winners and sinners in our weekly fashion feature.

Does the sight of Heidi Klum in a skintight animal dress EVER get old? The Project Runway host showed off her supermodel bod at the debut of her new, signature fragrance Shine, wearing a divine Thomas Wylde sleeved dress that hugged her covetable curves to perfection. She completed the winning look of the week with Wildlife by Heidi Klum bling and Giuseppe Zanotti heels.

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Ashley Olsen is a celebrated fashion designer, so why can’t she manage to dress to impress? The Full House twin hit a Paris Fashion Week bash with Mary Kate, landing herself worst dressed status by looking like she was headed into a boxing match wearing a robe-like gown.

As for wacky, Whoopi Goldberg had us wondering if she was resurrecting her role in Sister Act at the 27th Annual Artios Awards for Outstanding Achievements in Casting in NYC. The actress looked like she was “back in the habit” wearing nun-like a la mode.

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Other style scores included Anna Faris in Moschino at the Los Angeles premiere of What’s Your Number? and Demi Moore in Chanel at the NYC screening of Five, while misses included Kim Kardashian in a sheer, leather tasseled top in NYC and Nancy Grace wearing white ankle socks with high heels in LA.

For all the rest of the best, worst & wackiest fashions, click here.



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