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Fashion Police :: Best Dressed of 2001

Fashion Police :: Best Dressed of 2001 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Best Dressed of 2001

Some stars always shine. Kidzworld has put together a list of the celebs who's cool togs and stylin' fashion sense made us drool this year.

Destiny's Child

These girls are known for their coordinated outfits as much as for their harmonious voices. They always dress to impress, not distress. Beyonce Knowles' mom is their stylist and she even makes the clothes herself.

Usher

Usher Raymond slide back into the music scene this year and brought his cool style with him. He's a soulful guy who digs tailored leather jackets and (unlike most guys) pants that he can't fit his three best friends in. His "look" has been compared to Michael Jackson in the 80s (pre-freakiness.)

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Justin Timberlake

Now, we're not saying that Justin hasn't had some bad moments but in 2001 he pulled his look together. First he buzzed the fro and then he stopped wearing clothes that matched his girlfriend (like the denim outfits from the Billboard Awards last year - UGH!) Now he's into finding his own style which usually includes a little denim and a little leather.

Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore gives female popstars a good name. Unlike her peers (Britney, Jessica and Christina) Mandy has no problem looking - and dressing - her age. Sure you might catch her in a baby T or some low rise jeans, but you won't catch her parading around an awards show wearing under garments as outer garments. Mandy, the star of the upcoming movie, A Walk to Remember, recently died her golden locks brown, another thing that makes her stand out from the pack.

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Okay, she gets to kick butt, make movies and kiss Freddie Prinze Jr. daily. As if that wasn't enough, she always looks amazing! Sarah's style in 2001 has been classic and casual - she never tries to overdo it. Sarah looks simple and stylish at the 2001 Teen Choice Awards as she accepted an acheivement award in an off the shoulder tank and low rise faded jeans. Course, her best accessory is still Freddie - or a nice wooden stake.

1 Mandy Moore is sad and she is no Britney!!!!! Do you agree???

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Name: Angil-from-Heaven
Age: 11

1 Jessica Alba always looks awsome and she looked Fantastic at the Teen Choice Awards. Jess should be in the best dressed list. My rating is for her fashion sense: 5.

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Name: VampyreKisses
Age: 16

1 Where is my dogg Nelly at? Have y'all ever put him on here? Well y'all need to and lil bowwow is hardly ever on here so why ya'll hatin on them????

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Nickname: Markey
Age: 15

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