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Julianne Hough in Rachel Zoe Tuxedo Dress at 'Footloose' Screening (Poll)

The actress, who draws comparisons to Jennifer Aniston in the movie remake, steps out with co-star (Ryan Seacrest clone) Kenny Wormald. Is the starlet's look for the evening a FASHtrack hit or miss?

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Julianne Hough attended this week's New York Cinema Society's screening of Footloose in a simple black dress. But wait. This is -- dare we say it -- classy. Julianne has definitely been moving up the fashion food chain lately. This is just the latest of her looks that are light years beyond her  Dancing with the Stars costumes. This black satin tuxedo-style dress was designed by celeb stylist/designer Rachel Zoe, whose new clothing line is sold exclusively at Neiman-Marcus.

Julianne also wore black pumps, minimal accessories. And who's her arm candy? Don't worry, Ryan Seacrest. This is just her Footloose costar Kenny Wormald. He's not stealing your girl. But the dude has certainly borrowed (or is that  'paid homage to') your old spiky hairdo. And he's taller. But hey, he's not as wealthy, powerful and famous so don't sweat it.

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This red carpet appearance is proof that Zoe is definitely becoming a fashion force to be reckoned with. She's gonna give the big designers a real run for their money (literally) during the 2012 Awards Season. The famed stylist/designer and star of The Rachel Zoe Project already has a successful line of accessories for QVC and plans for more, including a lifestyle brand and a line of children's clothes, starting with little boys.

Makes perfect sense since she already has a ready-to-go model for the line, her adorable baby son, Skyler Morrison Berman.

What do you think?

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