Since we're always on the lookout for great celebrity style, here's a round-up of this week's best-dressed. And since there are often fashion misses among the hits, we couldn't resist pointing out those looks that were better off left on the hanger.
Check out our latest installment to see which stars nailed it and who was a fashion mess. And don't forget to check back each week to see who made the cut.
<strong>21 November: Kate Winslet in Alexander McQueen at her investiture ceremony in London</strong> If we ever get honoured by the Queen, we'll be taking a leaf out of Kate's regal style book. Love the simple-yet-elegant McQueen suit, the classic hair and makeup and the individual twist with the statement feathered fascinator.
<strong>20 November: Lindsay Lohan at a party to celebrate Lifetime’s <em>Liz & Dick</em> in Beverly Hills</strong> Poor Lindsay's had a lot of trainwreck red carpet looks in her time, but this is up there with the worst of them. Not only is the hair and makeup ageing and the dress totally unflattering, the peek-a-boo belly button ring is just plain trashy.
<strong>20 November: Diane Kruger in Jason Wu at the Jaeger-LeCoultre Place Vendôme Boutique Opening in Paris </strong> Diane is one of those lucky girls that can effortlessly pull off even the trickiest of ensembles, and make a lace jacquard jumpsuit look like an easy outfit to style to perfection. Sexy black accessories add just the right balance, while the retro-roll hairstyle feels fresh, modern and perfect for the Christmas party season.
<strong>19 November: Berenice Marlohe in Diane von Furstenberg at the <em>Skyfall </em>premiere in Japan</strong> Gorgeous Bond girl Berenice still seems to be struggling to figure out her red carpet style, and this two-tone dress just isn't the right choice for her figure. The tulip-y skirt doesn't flatter her bottom half, and the top looks like it's about to burst.
<strong>20 November: Helen Mirren at the premiere of <em>Hitchcock </em>in Beverly Hills</strong> Dame Helen looked gorgeous in both of her opulent black and gold Dolce & Gabbana dresses this week, and the 67-year-old actress always knows how to shine on the red carpet, while looking sexy and age-appropriate. Love!
<strong>18 November: Cyndi Lauper at the 40th anniversary American Music Awards in L.A. </strong> We get that girls want to have fun, Cyndi, but this cutout legging, tartan and leather monstrosity isn't how to do it.