20th Annual Glamour Women Of The Year Awards

Va-va-voom! Fergie knocked it out of the park with her sexy one-shoulder Zac Posen gown at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.

Kate Hudson channeled Old Hollywood in her gorgeous gold lame one-shoulder Lanvin Resort 2011 gown. Red lips, bold gold heels, and a glam, wavy ‘do completed her look.

“Eat Pray Love” star Julia Roberts opted for basic black, though her leopard-print Giuseppe Zanotti heels did add a touch of flair to her rather boring ensemble. More …

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Look Of The Week : Sarah, Naomi, Moss, Julia, Eva, Winslet

Sarah Jessica Parker is always inspiring! The mix master played with texture, pairing a sleek shrunken leather jacket with a lace miniskirt. She then added contrast to the military-inspired look with whimsical pink and gray accessories.

Celebrating 25 years of her dazzling career, Naomi Campbell looked suitably stunning at her Dolce & Gabbana party wearing a multi-textured, strapless black minidress from the label.

Kate Moss closed London Fashion Week in style with a party for her latest collection of bags for Longchamp. The model was sleek and chic in a belted black satin jumpsuit and a clutch from her range. We’re loving the cat-eye make-up!

Julia Roberts was white hot in a Stella McCartney suit at the UK premiere of her latest movie, Eat, Pray, Love.The 41-year-old actress accessorized with SJ Phillips Vintage jewelry (earrings and bracelet), Fauberge diamond bracelet, and Lanvin shoes

At the Paris debut of her film “Eat, Pray, Love,” Julia Roberts was quite the “Pretty Woman” in a draped Lanvin dress cinched at the waist, which she smartly paired with snakeskin Lanvin heels and just a few sparkly jewels.

Eva Longoria got all glammed up to co-host the Par Coeur Gala for charity with her hubby Tony Parker in Paris. We love her lace floor-length gown and her wavy ‘do.

Kate Winslet exuded confidence — and sex appeal — while posing in a one-shoulder frock and nude peep-toes at a Vanity Fair party during the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain. Perhaps it had something to do with her gorgeous new Burberry model boyfriend, Louis Dowler?

Julia Roberts & Javier Bardem : ‘Eat Pray Love’ Rome Premiere !

Julia Roberts charmed in a black Dolce & Gabbana lace gown at “Eat Pray Love” Rome Premiere on Thursday (Sept 16) at Cinema Moderno in Rome, Italy.

Julia’s floor length gown had long sleeves and a modest scoop neckline.

She accessorized with black glossy pumps, cuff bracelet in her right arm and a stylish watch on her left arm. Her hair was styled in n sleek updo with a side parting.

The 42-year-old Pretty Woman star walked the red carpet with co-star Javier Bardem, 41. The pair seemed at ease with each other; they joked and laughed while posing for photogs.

Look Of The Week : Zac, Vanessa, Drew, Julia, Selma

At a Details event in the Hollywood Hills, a stubble-sporting/more mature-looking Zac Efron — who happens to be the mag’s September cover boy — paired his simple yet chic ensemble with arm candy in the form of gal pal Vanessa Hudgens, who also looked lovely in a LBD and sky-high heels.

Once a wild child and terrible dresser, Drew Barrymore has quietly become one of Hollywood’s most respected actresses and style mavens. At a star-studded soiree on Tuesday night, the 35-year-old took a retro fashion risk (that paid off) in a vintage chain mail frock and nude Yves St. Laurent platform pumps.

Across the coast at the NY premiere of “Eat Pray Love,” the film’s star, Julia Roberts, rocked the red carpet (for the first time in a long time) by showing off her gorgeous gams in Diane von Furstenberg shorts and Roger Vivier sandals. A Stella McCartney blazer and Coomi bangle bracelets completed her look.

Call us crazy, but we’re kinda in love with the beautifully understated look Selma Blair delivered upon arriving at the premiere of “Middle Men.” The former “Hellboy” babe’s strapless Stella McCartney organza dress and $700 Alexander McQueen peep-toes made for the perfect pair.

Gallery: Flawless Stars Of The Week

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