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Whilst we enjoy looking at the glamorous outfits celebrities have been sporting on the front row lately, sometimes we also like to see what the stars are wearing in their downtime. From Dita Von Teese in Hollywood to Kate Moss in Paris, here are a few of our favourite off-duty looks.

Check back for daily updates on what the stars wear off-duty and see them turn it up a notch f0r the flashbulbs in our red carpet round-up.

Click to rate your favourite look out of five - or let us know your top outfits on Twitter and Facebook.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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