By EW Staff
June 22, 2013 at 07:00 PM EDT
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This week, Madonna turned it out in top hat and tails, Gwyneth Paltrow was business casual, and Beyoncé proved once and for all there is no baby bump. Also making appearances on the red carpet: Kristen Wiig, Emily VanCamp, Kylie Minogue, Lea Michele, Rita Ora, Tilda Swinton and Octavia Spencer.

Who was best dressed and who needs to hire a new stylist? Click on to grade the looks.

Madonna suited up in Tom Ford for the Dolce & Gabbana and Cinema Society screening of Madonna: The MDNA Tour in New York City.

NEXT: Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow was all business in a halter blouse and black pants from the Prabal Gurung Fall 2013 collection when she gave the keynote address at Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.

NEXT: Beyonce

In New York City, Beyoncé helped celebrate the 10-year anniversary of husband Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club wearing a super-sexy Roberto Cavalli cut-out dress.

NEXT: Kristen Wiig

At the Paris premiere of Imogene, Kristen Wiig posed for photographers in a black-and-white Prabal Gurung dress, a Giuseppe Zanotti clutch, and Pierre Hardy pumps.

NEXT: Emily VanCamp

Revenge star Emily VanCamp was seeing orange in an abstract print dress from Preen when she attended Clinique’s “Dramatically Different” event in New York City.

NEXT: Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue lived up to her status as a style icon in an Emilio Pucci mini-dress and Jimmy Choo pumps at a promotional event for her new book, Kylie: Fashion, at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City.

NEXT: Lea Michele

Lea Michele was summer chic in a Helmut Lang blazer, Kimberly Ovitz tulip skirt, and Christian Louboutin sandals at the Target FEED Collaboration launch in New York City.

NEXT: Rita Ora

In London, Rita Ora celebrated the launch of Sony Xperia Access wearing a red-hot Natalia Kaut leather bustier dress.

NEXT: Tilda Swinton

Fashion maverick Tilda Swinton wore an ivory bespoke Timothy Everest + Horiyoshi III suit to the London premiere of Findhorn.

NEXT: Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer looked to go-to designer Tadashi Shoji to outfit her for the L.A. premiere of Fruitvale Station.

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