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VOTE: Which 'Sex and the City 2' Star Rocked the Most Glam Premiere Look?

05/25/2010 at 09:53 AM ET

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At last night’s premiere of Sex and the City 2 at N.Y.C.’s Radio City Music Hall, the only thing fans were more excited to see than the always-daring fashion choices in the movie were what its four stars were going to rock on the red carpet. And the ladies didn’t disappoint: Sarah Jessica Parker donned a diaphanous one-shoulder canary-yellow gown by Valentino, while Kristin Davis was pretty in pink, wearing a floor-length fuchsia strapless dress by Jean Desses from vintage boutique Decades. Kim Cattrall glowed in a golden Naeem Khan dress with a dramatic plunging neckline, and Cynthia Nixon went classic in a black strapless Carolina Herrera with a sweetheart neckline. Tell us: Which of the Fab Four had the most glamorous red carpet look at last night’s premiere? –Marissa Patlingrao Cooley

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