Best & worst dressed celebs of the week

NYREE MCFARLANE
Last updated 05:00 16/05/2014
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Who was your best dressed of the week?

Angelina Jolie

Jess Alba

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Darby Stanchfield

Hannah Simone

Tracee Ellis Ross

Jennifer Lawrence

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Who was your worst dressed of the week?

Jennifer Lawrence

Emma Lung

Vanessa Carlton

Perla Hudson

Anna Chlumsky

Ah-sung Ko

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In this week's celebrity fashion highs and lows, Angelina Jolie dominates, Jennifer Lawrence goes a bit bogan while Jess Alba continues to be a babe.

This week we haven't touched upon the star-studded dinner Prince William hosted at Windsor Castle (Cate Blanchett is officially our best dressed of the whole week, so stunning!) or the first day of Cannes as we dealt with those earlier in the week. Ooh, and more Cannes to come today too.

So much red carpet fashion, so little time. 

Remember, in this weekly fashion fest we only bring you the horrors and the hits from the red carpets and only cover events where celebrities know they'll be snapped and critiqued for their fashion (so no Britney leaving Maccas in her trackies.) Why? Well because all humans - even celebs - should be allowed to look rubbish while packing a Quarter Pounder (testify!).  

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What's the most stylish age for women?

In their 20s, when they are bold enough to try new trends.

In their 30s, when they've got a sense of what suits them.

In their 40s, when they're not slaves to fashion.

In their 50s, when they can dress to suit themselves.

In their 60s and beyond.

Style is not limited to age.

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