Pre-Oscar A La Mode Madness! The Best & Worst Dressed Stars At The Hottest Parties

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Feb. 24 2012, Updated 9:30 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Radar Style & Beauty Editor

From the QVC Red Carpet Style Event to the 5th Annual ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon, Hollywood’s hottest stars were out in full fashion force on Thursday, hitting all of the pre-Oscar parties in the best and worst fashions – and RadarOnline.com has a roundup of all the wardrobe winners and sinners from yesterday’s most exclusive events.

At the annual QVC event, Nicole Richie who will be showcasing her collection for the home shopping network on Friday, looked fab in a sexy strapless Emanuel Ungaro embellished dress, while Kim Kardashian missed the a la mode mark in a totally awkward and unflattering open-shoulder look.

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Earlier in the day, Paula Patton rocked a Marchesa cocktail dress to the ESSENCE luncheon and The Help’s Emma Stone donned a wondrous white Elie Saab Couture embroidered number, while Tatyana Ali was inappropriately attired for a wild night out on the town in a White Trash Beautiful dress.

At the Vanity Fair & Chrysler Celebration at Beso, Eva Longoria showed off her amazing assets in a sexy Cushnie et Ochs stunner, Kate Beckinsale was dressed to thrill in a pink Alexander McQueen dress, while Victoria Beckham didn’t look quite so Posh in one of her own dresses and thigh high boots.

LeAnn Rimes showed off her awesome assets in a sexy Tom Ford frock at the 5th Annual Hollywood Domino Gala, where Ali Larter brightened up the night in a luscious lemon cocktail dress.

Keep checking back to RadarOnline.com for all of your Oscar weekend coverage!

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