The Best, Worst And Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week

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Jan. 19 2013, Published 9:11 a.m. ET

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Not every star got it right on the fashion front this week!

From the red carpet of the ultra-glam Golden Globe Awards 2013 to the city streets, Hollywood’s hottest celebrities were dressed to rock and shock in the best, worst and wackiest fashions – and has all the wardrobe winners and style sinners in our weekly feature.

Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway were big winners at the Globes in more ways than one! While the sultry Silver Linings Playbook star ravished in a strapless Christian Dior Couture gown paired with Chopard bling, a Ferragamo clutch and Brian Atwood heels, the Les Miserables beauty looked statuesque in Chanel Couture, pairing her ultra-glam getup with frugal Aldo strappy sandals.

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Halle Berry was not quite so fortunate on the fashion front, dressed totally out of season in a tropical print Atelier Versace gown that looked like it belonged in the 1990’s, while Helena Bonham Carter  sassed things up a big in her trademark style.

Other best dressed babes of the week included Kate Mara at the London premiere of Netflix’s House of Cards and Ashley Greene at the opening of Andrea’s restaurant at Encore Las Vegas, flaunting her fabulous figure in a DKNY peplum short ensemble and finishing the look off with a Comes with Baggage clutch.

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Pregnant Kim Kardashian had committed a maternity fashion faux pas  at The Late Show with David Letterman, wearing an ill-fitting suit, while Jennifer Hudson experienced a Sundance style slip-up in outdated duds.

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




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