Best Looks of the Week

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With the hotly anticipated Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere hitting Hollywood and the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards blowing up overseas this week, stars turned out some of their hottest looks yet. Kristen Stewart and Taylor Swift knocked our socks off by turning up the va-va-voom volume with some of the sultriest styles we've seen on them in a while.  

Stewart vamped it up on the black carpet of the Breaking Dawn Part 2 London premiere in a risqué Zuhair Murad peekaboo jumpsuit. We applaud the young star's bravado for following up her scandalous Murad sheer lace gown at the film's Los Angeles premiere with an equally bold look, which showed off her figure with sheer, lace-covered paneling.

Meanwhile, her Twilight costar Ashley Greene delivered some sex appeal of her own to the New York screening of BD2 in a navy Donna Karan dress with a revealing corset-style bodice.

While Swift's J Mendel dress for the MTV Europe Music Awards wasn't quite as revealing as Stewart's, it was still refreshing to see the singer give her collection of modest red dresses a break and shake things up with a beaded gown with seductively sheer cutouts.

Emma Stone and Selena Gomez kept things classy with pretty peplum dresses. Stone wowed us with a unique take on the peplum trend at the 2012 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards with Burberry Prorsum's blue bustier top and sparkling green skirt. We love this look so much that we're keeping the sequin-skirt-and-peplum combo in mind for upcoming holiday parties. We also wouldn't mind reviving Gomez's winter-white Giambattista Valli look at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, which is perfectly sexy-chic with its below-the-knee hemline and sheer neckline.

Would you rock any of these red carpet looks? Sound off in the comments!

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