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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week


Feb. 4 2012, Published 8:10 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Style & Beauty Editor

From the red carpet of the 2012 DGA Awards and the 2012 SAG Awards to the city streets, Hollywood’s hottest stars were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst & wackiest fashions – and has all the photos in our weekly fashion feature.

It was a battle of the best dressed for Jennifer Aniston and Angelina JolieBrad Pitt’s former and current flames managed to avoid each other by attending separate awards shows, but they couldn’t avoid a style showdown. While Jen hit the DGA Awards with her beau Justin Theroux in a sliver of a Dolce & Gabbana dress, Celine heels, a Ferragamo clutch and Fred Leighton bling, Angie dominated the SAG Awards in a gorgeously draped, liquid black Jenny Packham halter gown.

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Leave it to Coco to sport barely-legal style on Good Morning America! The reality show star and wife of rapper/actor Ice-T left little to the imagination on Thursday in New York, donning beyond skintight spandex pants with an equally snug pink sweater.

As for wacky, Icelandic singer Bjork failed to go under the at The Colbert Report in NYC, dressed in a cocoon-like coat, lunar hued tights, a purple dress and bizarre booties, finishing off the zany look with a brightly embroidered scarf wrapped around her head.


For the rest of the best, worst & wackiest dressed stars of the week, click here.


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