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Best-Dressed Celebrities at the Met Ball-Part Three

Best Use of Color: Brooklyn Decker had us with her shocking pink gown and chic, tousled bob. But then we saw Zoe Saldana in her lemon strapless column gown and we had to call "game over." Her Calvin Klein collection gown was complemented by natural makeup and soft waves in her hair.
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Best Recession-Friendly Gown: Lucky cover girl Ginnifer Goodwin always stuns on the red carpet, and last night was no different. The emerald green cut-out gown was daring and the tasselnecklace called to mind the stunning earrings Natalie Portman wore to this year's Oscars. But, the best part was--wait for it--the dress was from Topshop Unique. It was a custom-made take on one of the dresses from their fall collection! Go on, girl.

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Best Metallic Moment: Again we were divided in our opinions here. Gwyneth Paltrow is having a metallic year--she stunned in a Calvin Klein column at the Oscars and last night she turned up in a gold gown by her friend, Stella McCartney. The beaded long-sleeved gown was a simple silhouette but the slit up her leg and the plunging back were sexy without being trashy. Siren-haired super-model Karen Elson paid tribute to the late designer by wearing a gold leaf McQueen creation from spring 2004 that took our breath away. So who wins? You decide.

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Best of the Best: A few months ago we blogged about Lucky cover girl Diane Kruger's impeccable sartorial sense. One of our coworkers even went so far as to say, "That one never gets it wrong." Kruger's look at the Met Ball last night keeps her firmly at the top of our Best Dressed list. She wore a Jason Wu gown that was slit all the way up her thigh, showcasing her perfect legs. The German stunner embodies glamour and her red lips and handsome beau completed a perfect look.

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