Comic-Con is known for superheroes, the supernatural, and super costumes. This year's festivities down in San Diego also provided some superior fashion selections courtesy of the many celebs in attendance. There was more going on besides the annual event, though. Premieres over in Moscow and designer-sponsored bashes on both coasts made this past week a banner one for stylish stars.
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Although her co-star Emma Stone may have earned two spots on last week's list, Mila Kunis more than stole the show at the Moscow premiere of her movie, Friends with Benefits, which she attended alongside Justin Timberlake and Will Gluck. Her Elie Saab Fall 2011 Couture number featured a beaded mesh panel and flutter sleeves. Mila finished off the ballerina look with cream leather Elie Saab platforms from the same collection. Jaime King opted for a very formal Valentino Fall 2011 gown when she co-hosted the Saint Vintage Designs launch event to benefit Stand Up To Cancer held at the Soho House in West Hollywood. The Hart of Dixie actress switched it up from the runway deciding to wear the embellished green-yellow creation with a plunging back instead of a dramatic neckline. She also sported Bulgari jewels.
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In a Comic-Con first, an actual Hollywood movie premiere was held during the convention. Olivia Wilde fittingly attended the debut of her film Cowboys & Aliens in a Gothic-meets-the-Old-West Dolce & Gabbana. The floral embroidered gown was accompanied by dark eye makeup as well as Carrera y Carrera jewelry. Adventurous is a great way to describe Ginnifer Goodwin's neon Roksanda Ilincic Resort 2011 dress. She kept the focus on the fluorescent frock which had a black H-shaped feather waist accent by simply adding a pair of nude pumps.
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One of Charlie's Angels, Minka Kelly went for a patterned Etro silk option. The belted dress was further complemented by Brian Atwood Maniac heels and 18 K Etoile hoop earrings by C. Greene. Jessica Biel was on hand at Comic-Con to discuss her current project, the remake of Total Recall. She stood out in a silk crepe trapeze top partnered with confetti bouclé shorts both from Christian Cota's Spring 2011 offering. Aldo for Christian Cota shoes along with Stephen Webster gems served as accessories.
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Even though she was in New York City to kick off Smurf Week, Jayma Mays steered clear of the blue hue by appearing in a Tatiana rose printed top and coral Hali cut-out shorts combo by Rebecca Minkoff. Aldo's Filary footwear and Jamie Wolf Aladdin Flower earrings rounded out the summer look. Sofia Vergara also wasn’t in a blue mood at The Smurfs world premiere. It certainly was a smart move as the Modern Family actress looked dazzling in a purple Missoni Resort 2012 full-length column dress and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
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Sarah Jessica Parker is sure racking up the frequent flyer miles as she travels across Asia. At a stop in Taipei, Taiwan, she attended the Artistry on Ice press conference in a fun shift from Diane von Furstenberg. The heavy black hem on the bright coral embroidered dress strategically coordinated with her Roger Vivier Second Chance sandals while that plum Tod’s Signature clutch added just enough contrast. DKNY's Sun Soiree held at The Beach at Dream Downtown in New York City saw former reality star Olivia Palermo in an on-trend color-blocked pleated dress by the brand. The Fall 2011 piece was combined with ankle-wrap sandals garnished by fuchsia feathers which Olivia helped design for Stuart Weitzman's Young Hollywood Cares Collection.