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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The Weekend

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Oct. 17 2011, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the red carpet of the hottest charity events, movie premieres and pool parties to the city streets, stars were dressed to rock and shock over the weekend in the best, worst and wackiest fashions – and has all the photos.

George Clooney’s latest galpal Stacy Keibler made her red carpet debut with the silver fox at the New York Film Festival premiere of The Descendants, and she definitely did so in attention-grabbing fashion!  The pro wrestler showed off her rock hard bod in a super slitty and sheer Versace Resort 2011 dress, which she paired with Stephen Webster bling and Jimmy Choo heels.

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Fergie showed her support for The Clinton Foundation at their Decade of Difference Gala – but we weren’t too crazy about her political style statement.  The Black Eyed Pea wore a Georges Chakra Couture dress, which featured a very exaggerated one-shoulder neckline, getting done up with an awkward bun atop her head. 

Jessica Alba was also at the charity event, looking absolutely divine in a Christian Dior ensemble with Brian Atwood pumps, a Roger Vivier clutch and Neil Lane bling.

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As for wacky, Katie Price, aka Jordan, shocked to the max, hitting the town in London in her lingerie!

Other style scores included Chloe Moretz at the Spike TV’s Scream 2011 Awards in Dolce & Gabbana and Nicole Richie at the 21st Annual Environmental Media Awards, in lemon yellow Keepsake dress, Christian Louboutin Luxura heels, a House of Harlow clutch and Neil Lane bling.

For all the best, worst and wackiest looks of the weekend, click here.




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