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Red Carpet Wrap

Published 18/03/2011 | 05:00

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 13: Actress Elisabeth Moss attends The Olivier Awards 2011 at Theatre Royal on March 13, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 13: Actress Elisabeth Moss attends The Olivier Awards 2011 at Theatre Royal on March 13, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 11: Anna Friel attends a special screening of Limitless at the Apollo Cinema in Regent Street on March 11, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart Wilson/Getty Images)

Who got it right and who got it wrong this week?

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Worst dressed: Elisabeth Moss

It's funny really. In one episode of Mad Men, Christina Hendricks' character, the sassy office manager Joan, advises ad exec Peggy, played by Elisabeth Moss, that how a woman dresses and behaves will directly affect the way men in the office treat her.

She reckons, and she's right, that it's time for dowdy Peggy to grow up.

It seems that Elisabeth could benefit from paying a bit more attention to Joan's wise words.

Her ill-fitting dress is undoubtedly expensive, but Moss looks as if she's playing dress-up in her mother's wardrobe.

Not even Ms Hendricks could carry off that hemline.

Next time, Elisabeth, spend some quality time with the show's stylists before you venture down the red carpet.

Believe us, it'll be worth it.

Best dressed: Anna Friel

She's always liked fashion, but since Anna Friel played Holly Golightly in the West End production of Breakfast At Tiffany's, the Brookside babe-turned-Hollywood starlet has really upped her game.

Of course, splitting up with a long-time love and playing the field will also prompt a girl to reassess her wardrobe.

Based on this stunning ensemble, she won't be staying single for too long.

We love the flirty Antonio Berardi white sleeveless dress, which works even in March thanks to her Roger Vivier peep-toes. But the look really works, thanks to her colourful clutch.

Anna, we're in awe.

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