Lindsay Lohan only wears fur when it comes from imaginary teal-colored creatures, so you can just settle down, PETA.
An "80s Futuristic" Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend Reggie Bush make an ice cream stop at the Cold Stone Beyond Thunderdome.
Madonna's son David Banda doesn't seem so stoked about being dragged around by Darth Mother.
Kellie Pickler knows that the key to successful makeup application is not using a mirror, but instead just trusting your gut.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard are probably the only two people in Hollywood who could pull off "Traveling Vaudeville Hobo Chic" with such impressive aplomb.
Shia LaBeouf shows off his new "Neon Dylan" style while smoking a cigarette outside of his hotel in New York City.
Paris and Nicky Hilton are black and white and bad all over.
One of the many perks of being T-Pain is being the only person in the world who is allowed to wear those pants.
Lucy Liu has a pretty cool jacket, but she would probably like it even more if it were capable of motion.
Why waste random scraps of fabric when you could make a dress out of them? Way to go green, Kirsten Dunst.
Look, when a wizard from Middle Earth gives you a magical jacket made by elves, you don't just bury it in the back of your closet and forget about it. You wear it. Right, Eva Longoria?
We have no idea why "30 Rock" actress Jane Krakowski's dress hates America so much, but it sort of makes burning a flag seem like an act of patriotism.
Whitney Port looks like Strawberry Shortcake on her way to prison.
When it comes to fashion, if you give Katy Perry enough rope, she'll hang it around her neck and use it to accessorize a tasteful zebra-print jumpsuit.
"90210" star Jessica Stroup makes such a hot Tooth Fairy that we're considering never brushing our teeth again.
If you adjust the knobs on the side of stylist Rachel Zoe's dress, the static goes away and you can watch an episode of her reality show.
Give LaToya Jackson an Ed Hardy trucker hat, a leather jacket and a puffy orange scarf that looks like it's made out of monster arms, and she'll make miracles happen.
Drew Barrymore looks like the newest Sterling-Cooper secretary on "Mad Men" with her sweet '60s style.
You've got to respect the way Paris Hilton laughs in the faces of good taste and common decency in her deep devotion to the color pink.