High Fives: This Week's Best Dressed

Check out our favorite outfits of the week, from Cate Blanchett's sleek tuxedo to Michelle Obama's fiery McQueen gown.

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The Cinema Society's sceening of "No Strings Attached" at the Tribeca Grand Hotel brought out some of the city's most stylish, including the luminous Rachel Roy in a draped winter white number.
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Olivia Palermo also attended the screening, showing off her winter layering skills with a leather-on-fur-on-leather outfit, topped off with killer booties.
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Leighton Meester took a cue from '20s-era flapper style at the Art of Elysium benefit in Los Angeles this week. Leighton's petite frame means she can pull off a plunging neckline without looking too va-va-voom.
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In a stylish take on YSL's classic "le smoking," Cate Blanchett wore this glamorous wide-legged tuxedo to the IWC party in Geneva. Not everyone could pull this off, but Cate looks confident and comfortable.
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Actress Chloe Sevigny popped up in Berlin this week to attend the Hugo Boss show in Germany. Her '90s-inspired black mini is perfectly topped off with a cheery purple flower as a mock boutonniere, and Ms Tilda Swinton's suit also looks effortlessly chic.
Michelle Obama was a knockout at this week's state dinner in a fiery Alexander McQueen ball gown and geode earrings by Kimberly McDonald. We love the asymmetrical bodice and warm red hue.
We have to give credit Jessica Alba, whose unaffected street style any modern woman can appreciate. For the outfit, Alba paired a striped tunic with an extra-long blazer and a snuggly snood.
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Lastly, Golden Globes were undoubtedly the most important fashion event this week, and we think Olivia Wilde deserves an extra red carpet honor for her twinkling Marchesa gown.
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