Best Worst Dressed

Jeans Crazy

UPDATED 09/20/2004 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 09/20/2004 at 01:00 AM EDT

Best Jeans
EVENING OUTS

ANGIE HARMON
At a March fashion show, a frilly top added to her off-the-cuff glamor.

EVE
Eve turned up the wattage with sequins over her Miss Sixty jeans.

RACHEL BILSON
In Blue 2, she showed off her commitment (and tan lines) at a Rock the Vote event in Hollywood.

LINDSAY LOHAN
Lohan wore Stella McCartney denim to an August party in L.A.

GABRIELLE UNION
State of the Union? Red, white and blue jean.

Best Jeans
JACKET REQUIRED

KEIRA KNIGHTLEY
Knightley braved London's December chill in Miss Sixty.

KIRSTEN DUNST
A jacket and top gave Paper Denim & Cloth jeans a semiformal spin.

WILL SMITH
Sporty and All-American, the actor promoted I, Robot Down Under.

SELMA BLAIR
In keeping with the Independent Spirit Awards, she mixed Chanel with Citizens of Humanity.

JENNIFER ANISTON
Aniston went for an urban vibe, pairing a long scarf and short blazer with perfect jeans.

SHARON STONE
Promoting Catwoman, she packaged herself right down to the bow.

Best Jeans
AROUND TOWN

HALLE BERRY
In N.Y.C. to host SNL, Berry headed out in a cowl-neck top and Blue Cult jeans.

JOHNNY DEPP
Even in the July heat of Saint-Tropez, newly shorn Depp was the consummate cool guy.

ANGELINA JOLIE
Foolproof recipe: A trendy poncho topping sleek jeans, with high boots and haute bag.

KATE HUDSON
Taking a page from husband Chris Robinson's book of '60s chic, new mom Kate Hudson did up her denim with a tunic top and funky satchel.

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