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From Diane Kruger to Mila Kunis: fashion highlights from the week so far

Diane Kruger works the nineties look in a red silk dress paired with a choker at the Sky film premiere in New York while Jessica Biel opts for a lace dress by Self Portrait at the Tribeca Film Festival. Elsewhere, Anna Kendrick makes a statement in a red leather mini dress at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

Come and see all the best looks from the week right here.

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