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Celebs Have Us Seeing Stars in Dolce & Gabbana Dresses

08/09/2011 at 06:00 PM ET

Stars in Dolce & Gabbana Dresses Kevin Mazur/WireImage; XPosure; Lester Cohen/WireImage

We already know they’re stars, but celebrities like Fergie, Lucy Liu and Olivia Wilde are reminding us of their sky-high statuses in celestially patterned dresses from Dolce & Gabbana’s fall 2011 collection.

Fergie, spotted at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, shortened her black-and-yellow dress, which originally fell just past the knees. Liu sparkled in her frock, a high-hemmed number she paired with leggings. And Wilde kept her look totally runway, keeping it simple with black heels and straight hair.

The D&G collection, shown on the catwalk in Milan in February, includes tiger- and leopard-print looks and even dresses covered in musical notes. However, stars seem to be gravitating toward, well, the star-studded looks: Lily Allen, Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson have been spotted in the intergalactic gowns, too. Tell us: Which twinkling dress is best?

–Kate Hogan

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