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Haute Or Not? Rocking And Shocking Star Style At Paris Fashion Week

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Mar. 5 2012, Published 3:30 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - RadarOnline.com Style & Beauty Editor

Just because it’s called high fashion, it doesn’t mean that stars don’t sink to a low when trying to wear it!

From big screen bombshells and sexy songbirds to top models and style icons, the hottest celebrities in the world jetted over to France for Paris Fashion Week, dressing up in the hautest and nottest designer duds! RadarOnline.com has all the wardrobe winners and sinners in a special photo feature.

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Katy Perry sizzled and fizzled, sporting several styles to all the shows and swanky soirees. Her sexiest look was at the Maison Du Caviar party, where she showed off her gorgeous goods and awesome assets in a super tight and short Balmain mini dress. Days earlier Katy missed the a la mode mark, hitting the freezing streets of Paris in a totally sheer mint green Vera Wang look – but luckily she was wearing matching panties.

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AndrejDude Looks Like A LadyPejic was dressed to impress in sexy style at John Galliano’s show, while Jessica Alba steamed up the front row of Lanvin in a one-shouldered, jewel encrusted mini dress from the famous French line’s collection.

Kristen Stewart was rockin’ and rollin’ at Balenciaga in a floral sleeveless top and leather pants, while Kanye West hit Givenchy and Pharrell did Lanvin, looking more not than haute.

What other stars were dressed to win and sin at Paris Fashion Week?  Find out by clicking here.

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