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The Best, Worst And Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week


Jul. 21 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

Who were the style winners and sinners this week?

From the hottest movie premieres and red carpet events 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 special features.

Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard dazzled at all of The Dark Knight Rises premieres. While Anne was the wardrobe winner in New York, wearing an angelically gorgeous Prabal Gurung gown dripping in Kwiat jewelry, Cotillard made a style statement in London, looked uber chic and sophisticated in head-to-toe Christian Dior.

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Talk about a fruity fashion faux pas! Scandalous singer Rihanna shopped ‘til she dropped in Sardinia, definitely grabbing attention in a skintight, swimsuit-style Topshop pineapple romper, which she paired with aleather visor, a fringed Chanel bag and white platforms.

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Mischa Barton also experienced a fashion flop, failing to pull off a gold-cuffed Temperley London gown at the Johnnie Walker Gold Label launch party in London.

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As for wacky, eccentric exercise guru Richard Simmons donned awful aerobics attire on the streets of West Hollywood, showing off his lights in sexy tights and wearing a feathered leotard.

What other stars were the style winners and sinners this week?  Find out by clicking here.


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