The Best Celebrity Outfits of the Week

Paris Hilton

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Paris Hilton served blinged-out Y2K glamour at the Klarna & Paris Hilton House of Y2K Launch Party on Thursday in Los Angeles. The reality TV star and DJ wore a silver sequin mini dress with a matching choker, bracelet, clutch purse and heels. She finished the look with blingy sunglasses.

Cate Blanchett

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Cate Blanchett made the tutu chic at the premiere of her movie Tár at the Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin. The actress wore a sleek Givenchy Couture ensemble with a warm-toned, floor-length tutu-like skirt and a tight-fitting black turtleneck.

Tessa Thompson

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Tessa Thompson wore an avant-garde take on a formalwear classic to the premiere of Creed III in Atlanta on Thursday. The Westworld actress wore an oversized blazer and pants combo with a larger-than-life fabric flower attached to her shoulder.

Maren Morris

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Maren Morris left little to the imagination in this flattering, ultra plunging, tight-fitting brown dress she wore to the Daisy Jones & The Six premiere in Los Angeles.

Suki Waterhouse

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Suki Waterhouse was the epitome of boho-chic at the Daisy Jones & The Six premiere on Thursday in L.A. The singer and actress wore an emerald green Stephane Rolland SS23 Couture gown that plunged nearly to her belly button—paring the piece with gold jewelry and a jewel-like clutch.

Ashley Park

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Emily in Paris star Ashley Park said “Y2SLAY!” at the Klarna & Paris Hilton House of Y2K Launch Party in Los Angeles. The actress and singer wore a heart-shaped white top with pink metallic pants and hot pink sneakers to the event.

Jennifer Garner

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Jennifer Garner made a minimalist statement at the season 3 premiere of Party Down in Los Angeles, dressed in a tailored jumpsuit teamed with striking bling.

Miranda Lambert

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Miranda Lambert was a chic honoree at the 2023 Texas Medal of Arts Awards in Austin, where she glammed up in a dazzling velvet gown featuring a sweetheart neckline. Her standout accessory? A gold medal fit for a country music icon.

Jennifer Coolidge

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Talk about shimmer. Jennifer Coolidge arrived at the We Have a Ghost premiere in Los Angeles outfitted in an emerald green Needle & Thread gown, adorned with flower-pattern sequins, as well as rhinestone-accented gloves and Betsey Johnson velvet heels.

Kristen Bell

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At the Party Down premiere, Kristen Bell wore a pared-down all-black look complete with an off-the-shoulder top, trousers and a structured handbag.


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Saweetie dared to level up denim for the Bel-Air premiere in Los Angeles. The rapper styled a scoop neck mini dress with a trailing coat, heels accessorized with chain link anklets and a handbag – all made of the same fabric.


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Pink sported a casual bomber jacket over a sexy skin-tight catsuit (including the boots!) while visiting the SiriusXM Studios in New York City.

Karrueche Tran

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Karrueche Tran also had a Y2K denim style moment. At the Bel-Air premiere she wore a deconstructed mini dress teamed with tan heeled combat boots and eye-catching bling.

Mia Goth

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At the Infinity Pool premiere in Berlin, Mia Goth checked off all the style boxes in a romantic see-through gown accented with multi-color beads and feathered hems.

Megan Mullally

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Megan Mullally went for a retro vibe for her Party Down premiere carpet look. The actress wore a smart and spunky embroidered suit made casual with a graphic tee, layers of necklaces and platform sneakers.


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Pink traded out her usually bright ensembles for an edgy all-black look. While in New York City, the singer wore a glittery bodysuit under a slouchy pinstripe suit (all in the same colorway) with statement drop earrings.

Elizabeth Banks

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Elizabeth Banks glittered in gold at the Cocaine Bear premiere. She stole the carpet in an eye-catching high-low metallic sequin gown which she teamed with towering Mary Jane platform heels.

Laura Dern

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Laura Dern stepped out for The Son premiere in Paris donning romantic ruffles with this Christian Dior violet gown. Pulled from the label’s 2023 Resort collection, the piece was made custom for the actress with an added skirt layer and chiffon cape.

Keri Russell

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At the Cocaine Bear Los Angeles premiere, Keri Russell dressed up in cocktail attire including a floor-sweeping black satin gown teamed with an oversize blazer and pendant-adorned heels. She accessorized with a sparkly black clutch and a layered gold necklace.

Vanessa Paradis

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Vanessa Paradis exuded effortless elegance while attending the Tribute to Patrick Dupond show hosted by the Paris Opera Ballet in Paris. On the carpet, she posed in a floral-patterned gown with a sequin-hemmed capelet and gemstone drop earrings.

Helen Mirren

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Dame Helen Mirren proved the sartorial power of an all black look. At the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival, where she hit the Golda premiere and the European Shooting Stars awards ceremony, the actress wore a gown with a draping silhouette and ruffled sleeves, which she accessorized with a black clutch.

Ashley Madekwe

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At The Strays premiere in London, Ashley Madekwe played it preppy dressed in a midnight blue Chanel set featuring a cropped jacket and a matching midi skirt. She completed her look with drop earrings, a tiny multi-colored bejeweled purse and heels adorned with bows.

Laura Dern

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Lauren Dern also stepped out in plaid for The Son premiere in Paris, where she donned a patterned A-line dress with black heels.

Helen Mirren

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Dame Helen Mirren attended Golda press in a casual yet colorful ensemble. She styled her hot pink turtleneck sweater with pink striped trousers and cool off-white sneakers.

Nicole Kidman

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Nicole Kidman bared her heart at the Art Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. At the ceremony, she donned a black velvet Schiaparelli couture gown with a one-shoulder silhouette. The statement piece was her velvet chocker necklace adorned with a sculptural gold organ-shaped pendant.

Naomi Campbell

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Naomi Campbell was a vision in blue at British Vogue and Tiffany & Co.’s Fashion and Film Party in London. There, she wore a sexy halter-neck gown embellished with all the black and blue sequins.

Angela Bassett

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Angela Bassett stepped out for the BAFTA Awards Nominees Party in London with a new fringe and in a cream Moschino suit that included a cropped double-breasted blazer with heart-shaped buttons.

Florence Pugh

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Florence Pugh brought the bling to British Vogue and Tiffany & Co.’s Fashion and Film Party, wearing a dazzling pink Valentino mini dress, a diamond choker necklace from the famous jeweler and metallic-strap platform heels.

Tracee Ellis Ross

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Tracee Ellis Ross hit her Pattern Beauty meet-up at an Ulta Beauty store in Atlanta in a “fresh off the runway” Marc Jacobs look. The ‘fit in question was a gray knitted voluminous gown with all the cozy textures. She rounded out the piece with vinyl gloves and towering strapped platform shoes.

Michelle Williams

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Michelle Williams went for understated elegance at the 75th Directors Guild of America Awards in Beverly Hills, California, where she posed in a floor-length cream gown with a plunging neckline.

Sydney Sweeney


Sydney Sweeney attended an Armani Beauty dinner during the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival dressed in a flirty black dress featuring a sheer skirt with fringe embellishments.

Michelle Yeoh

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At the Charles Finch and Chanel pre-BAFTA dinner event in London, Michelle Yeoh wore a sheer flowy gown with a sequin hem. She accessorized with a mini quilted purse and statement bracelets.

Lily James

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Lily James glammed up for Netflix’s BAFTA Awards afterparty in London in a bejeweled curve-hugging gown accessorized with a matching fluffy gray shawl wrapped around her arms.

Danielle Deadwyler

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Danielle Deadwyler selected a mod pastel checkered set with a layered pearl belt draped around the skirt for the BAFTA Awards Nominees Party. She also kept her footwear playful in mesh Mary Jane flats with Chanel logo bows.

Dua Lipa

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Dua Lipa loves to make “New Rules” in fashion. At Netflix’s BAFTA Awards afterparty, the singer bared her midriff in a black skirt-bandeau set styled with an oversize blazer and chain link belt.

Anya Taylor-Joy

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Anya Taylor-Joy went down the avant-garde style route dressed in a feathery Jean Paul Gaultier Couture look — complete with a hooded jumpsuit, cape and heels — at the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film Party.

Lisa Rinna

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Lisa Rinna brought all the sultry vibes wearing a lace-hem slip dress, a blazer and knee-high leather heels to Netflix’s BAFTA Awards soirée.


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For a trip to the Empire State Building in New York City, Pink leveled up her style in a sunshine yellow bodycon dress made edgy when teamed with a leather jacket and platform boots.

Ana de Armas

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Ana de Armas attended the 95th Oscar Nominees Reception wearing a white Louis Vuitton shift dress accented with gold buttons on the shoulders, plus knee-high boots.

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