The Week's Best Dressed Star: Miranda Kerr

09/07/2012 at 05:30 PM ET

Miranda Kerr
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We’ve been saying it for months and it looks like StyleWatch readers agree: Miranda Kerr‘s style is seriously unstoppable.

Ninety-five percent of you loved the sleeveless floral-print Erdem sheath Kerr wore to promote a new hair care line in Sydney on Tuesday, putting her in the top spot on our best dressed list. She finished off the stunning frock with nude pointy-toe pumps, glossy hair and a sexy red lip.

Hot on Kerr’s heels was Milla Jovovich in a black Erin by Erin Fetherston bandage dress, accented with a bow, which she wore to the Tokyo premiere of Resident Evil: Retribution.

Find out who else made the top five this week — and vote for your favorite celeb looks — over on our Red Carpet Channel. Tell us: Who do you think was best dressed this week?

–Jennifer Cress


FILED UNDER: Dresses , Fashion , Miranda Kerr
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This week Miranda Kerr looked stunning, she always has that glow which is hot, well done Ms Kerr.

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She always looks stunning! Her body is perfection, her skin is always glowing, and from watching her interviews, she is just as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside!
She is so aware of what she puts into her body as well as taking care of her skin – people could learn a lot from this woman instead of thinking shes just a pretty face with good genetics. She is intelligent and, obviously, has great taste.

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