By Leah Ornstein - Radar Features Editor
Not every star got it right on the fashion front this week!
From the red carpet of the hottest events and movie premieres to the city streets, Hollywood’s hottest celebrities were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst and wackiest fashions – and RadarOnline.com has all the wardrobe winners and style sinners in our weekly feature.
Age ain’t nothing but a number for Gwyneth Paltrow! The Academy Award winning actress, who turned the big four-oh last month, dominated the red carpet of the Golden Heart Gala in New York City on Monday by showing off her sexier-than-ever body in a revealing Michael Kors cutout dress, which she paired with Jimmy Choo heels and a Michael Kors clutch.
Other best dressed babes included Rita Ora in Emilio Pucci at Bergdorf Goodman’s 111th Anniversary in New York City, Emma Watson and Sarah Jessica Parker in Calvin Klein at Elle’s 19th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration and Naomi Watts in Helmut Lang, 3x1 and Target at the 50th Anniversary Celebration for Target.
Kim Kardashian continued her fashion faux pas streak, hitting the Miami airport en route to Rome with an over-the-top winter look that definitely wasn’t getting any praise from PETA. The bootylicious star showed off her famous fanny in skintight leather pants, a sheer and boob baring belted top, a fur coat and metallic Christian Louboutin stilettos, finishing off the look with a $50,000 crocodile Hermes Birkin bag – despite being slammed by the animal rights group earlier this summer for the “cruel” designer bag.
Other disasters included Tara Subkoff looking like she was headed to a funeral at a nightclub at Bergdorf Goodman’s 111th Anniversary Celebration, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who rocked elderly New York socialite ensembles from their The Row collection to WSJ Magazine’s Innovator of the Year Awards, and Rihanna.
For the rest of the best, worst and wackiest dressed stars of the week, click here.
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