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2012 Critic's Choice Awards: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions

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Jan. 13 2012, Published 10:30 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

Hollywood’s hottest stars got glammed to the max for the 2012 Critic’s Choice Awards on Thursday night, modeling rocking and shocking designer looks hot off the runway – but not everyone was dressed to thrill! has all the wardrobe winners and sinners from the annual show in a special fashion photo feature.

Charlize Theron is really doing it up this awards season! After taking a little hiatus from Hollywood, the star is completely back in action and we are loving every second of it. The Young Adult star got clad in a totally dramatic Azzedine Alaia dress, which was terrifically tiered all the way down. She finished off the fab look with a Bvlgari ring and Giambattista Valli silver sandals.

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Ahna O’Reilly had an à la mode mishap, dressing up like a little Dutch girl in pastel hues. The Help star wore a white and yellow Honor Spring 2012 dress with pastel Casadei wedges, looking more like an Epcot Center employee than a movie star!

As for wacky, Tilda Swinton resembled a penguin in a YSL Edition Soir 2012 three piece suit. Though we admire her ability to think outside of the box, the look was just too awkward for our taste.

Diane Kruger

Other style scores included Stacy Keibler in a white hot Armani gown, Shailene Woodley in a sleek Calvin Klein slipdress, Emma Stone in a gorgeously green patterned Jason Wu, Michelle Williams in a beautiful black and white Chanel gown and Diane Kruger in Prada.

For all the best, worst and wackiest fashion of The Critic’s Choice Awards, click here.




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