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The Best, Worst & Wackiest Dressed Stars Of The Week

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Apr. 6 2013, Published 9:13 a.m. ET

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

From the glitz and glamour of the hottest Hollywood 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 has all the wardrobe winners and style sinners in our weekly feature.

It was a big night for fashion at the opening of the Tracy Anderson Flagship Studio in Los Angeles, California! Gwyneth Paltrow  stood out in the crowd in an electric purple Victoria Beckham dress and Michael Kors sandals, while Stacy Keibler flaunted her flawless figure in Rebecca Minkoff and the personal trainer to the stars  rocked a fab frock from Reformation.

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Despite making an improvement  while she was in Paris, Kim Kardashian had a massive maternity fashion disaster, busting out  of her Rachel Pally maternity dress.

Drew Barrymore was sweetly and casually styled at the Lucky magazine FABB West cocktail party, pairing a Splendid patterned top with slender black pants, however, fellow partygoer Julianne Hough couldn’t pull off her colorful Carolina Herrera, mostly because of her yellow satin shoes.

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Angelina Jolie  looked boho glam in Saint Laurent at the World Summit 2013 in New York City, while 1980’s icon Debbie Gibson had a major fashion disaster at IllJin’s The Love Revolution fashion show.

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



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