Summer style winners and losers -- The stars that shined the brightest and the ones that should consult a stylist

By Clarissa Cruz
Updated August 13, 2004 at 04:00 AM EDT

”Save Mary-Kate” tees! Sharon Stone’s ”Catwoman” camel toe! Tinkerbell Hilton’s dog shoes! Let’s celebrate the best (and castigate the worst) of star style this summer.

BEST-DRESSED GLYPH From his sparkly high heels to his color-happy zoot suits, Prince unabashedly resists trends in favor of what works for his tiny-ass self.

BEST DESIGNER/MOVIE MATCH Kazuko Kurosawa and Yohji Yamamoto’s sumptuous kimonos for ”The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi.”

MOST IN NEED OF QUEER EYE Michael Moore: Lasik surgery + big and tall couture – dirty baseball cap = hottie!

BEST ARGUMENT FOR WEARING A SHAWL Gwyneth Paltrow’s I’m-so-cutting-edge cupping marks.

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A HAIR PRODUCT Whatever made Joan Allen’s ‘do in ”The Bourne Supremacy” as gravity defying as the movie’s car chases.

SCARIEST HAIR A tie between Colin Farrell’s fright wig in ”A Home at the End of the World” and Sharon Stone’s Chia Pet ‘do in ”Catwoman” (so J. Lo in ”Enough”!).

STOP THE MADNESS AWARD FOR MALE GROOMING ”Nip/Tuck”’s overly eyebrow-waxed Julian McMahon.

STOP THE MADNESS AWARD FOR MALE GROOMING, PART 2 Lenny Kravitz’s overly flat-ironed locks.

BEST REASON TO GET BUTTONED UP The literally old-school (as in 19th-century-style) duds on the ”Amish in the City” and ”The Village” hunks.

RADDEST NON-SUMMERLAND BEACHWEAR What’s the opposite of gnarly? 1950s surf superstar Greg Noll’s prison-striped trunks in ”Riding Giants.”

MOST INEFFECTUAL PRIMPING Mirna’s obsessive hair-fluffing every time ”The Amazing Race” host Phil Keoghan is in the picture. Trust us, sister: Phil. Is. Not. Interested.