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Celebarama: Groomed and doomed: Black and white.

Byline: Sinead Cruise and Flavia Bertolini

LIV TYLER proves she can run rings round the 1920s black and white film stars in this retro-glam, spotted get up.

SELMA BLAIR's really got that Audrey Hepburn monochrome look wrapped up. Oh sorry, we mean bandaged up...

Glamour girl CARMEN ELECTRA tries the innocent folk look in a white gilet, but she better keep those straps tight - her dark side is just waiting to burst out.

HALLE BERRY's got 00 to worry about in the fashion stakes, she's got it (black and) white yet again. Does this girl have a secret styling service or what?

JESSIE WALLACE tried to cover up her colourful character and get serious in a black and white power suit, but she just couldn't help it, er, spilling out.

Q. What's black and white and well bred all over? A. VICTORIA HERVEY disguised as a badger.

She's tried singing, swearing and airing her laundry on national TV, is there anything KELLY OSBOURNE won't do to get spotted?

`Well my outfit is a homage to the eternal battle between dark and light, good and evil.' NATALIE PORTMAN's reasons might be a bit spacey, but the frock has definitely got star quality.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 9, 2003
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