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Fashion Police :: Best and Worst Dressed of 2002

Fashion Police :: Best and Worst Dressed of 2002 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Every year there are celebrities who manage to blow us away with their trendy, stylish fashions (like Avril Lavigne, Josh Hartnett and Kelly Osbourne,) while others blind us with their hideously ugly clothes. Find out who's who for 2002. - Page 1

Every year there are celebrities who manage to blow us away with their trendy, stylish fashions while others blind us with their hideously ugly clothes. 2002 was no different. From Britney Spears and Lara Flynn Boyle blinding us in their leather biker outfits to Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry and Josh Hartnett showing the world what good style looks like at the 2002 Oscars. Keep reading to find out who deserves a style medal and who's gettin' a Fashion Police ticket for 2002.

Ryan Phillipe, Reese Witherspoon and Billy Zane were super trendsetters in 2002.
Ryan & Reese and Billy Zane

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Ryan Phillipe & Reese Witherspoon and Billy Zane:

One of the cutest and most stylish couples of 2002 is the young and successful duo, Ryan Phillipe and Reese Witherspoon. Ryan and Reese made a splash at numerous awards ceremonies (like the 2002 Oscars,) in classic, elegant outfits. And, we bet this husband and wife team will be turning heads in 2003, as well. Although you may not have seen Billy Zane in any big flicks since the Titanic, he's certainly been busy in 2002 playin' the part of fashionable movie star! For your Billy fix, listen for his voice on the cool video game, Kingdom Hearts or rent Zoolander to catch a glimpse of his cameo appearance.

Avril Lavigne and Kelly Osbourne won our hearts in 2002 with their no-nonsense fashion sense.
Avril Lavigne and Kelly Osbourne

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Avril Lavigne and Kelly Osbourne:

Okay, so Kidzworld may have slagged Kelly earlier this year for lookin' like a fashion disaster but we've definitely seen the error of our ways. Both Kelly and Avril made a huge impact on fashion trends during 2002 with Avril's trademark tie and Kelly's ever-changing, colorful locks. Hurray for girl-power that's a lot more managable (and cute) than heels and mini skirts! (Sorry, Britney.)

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