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Who was the best dressed at the ESPYs?  

On Wednesday night, the 10th Annual ESPY Award attendees were dressed to the nines and coolly strutting down the red carpet of the Kodak Theater. Top athletes may take home an ESPY trophy, but who were the kings and queens of ESPY fashion? Who was best dressed? Take a look at the candidates and vote for your favorite. Be sure to click on the smaller photos to enlarge.

Vivica A. Fox
Always stunning and ever-flawless, Vivica A. Fox glows in a Daniel Swarovski one-of-kind creation with matching hand bag. The veteran presenters' jewels are Von Cleef and Arpels and shoes are Stuart Weitzman.

Eddie George
The Tennessee Titans running back helped come up with the concept for his attire, but he gives full credit to personal tailor, Randolph Williamson, for making it happen. An elegant single-button black jacket over a five-button ivory vest and matching tie. George, who completed the outfit with Prada shoes, could run away with this one.

Jennie Finch
Pitched this elegant design idea by personal designer, Anne Towers, Cali's own Jennie Finch sparkled in black and rhinstone. The Best Female College Athlete nominee completed her look with an elegant Tag watch (a surprise gift from her boyfriend) and perfectly french-manicured toes.

Clint Mathis and Gerad Shaw
Similarly styled and casually chic, these two soccer stars were definitely kickin' it on the red carpet. Mathis looks comfortable and cool in a kimono-style shirt paired with Gucci slacks and shoes. Shaw shows off a Club Monaco button down, P. Diddy pants and Prada shoes.

Serena Williams
What's not to love about Serena's lilac Versace dress and shoes? Matched nicely with Henry Winston necklace and earings, Fred Leighton watch and Alex bracelet, the tennis pro looks like a movie star.

Henry Simmons
Simplicity sometimes speaks for itself. Case in point: NYPD Blue star, Henry Simmons, in head-to-toe black Armani.

Jeri Ryan
"Boston Public's" Jeri Ryan looks out of this world in a hot pink Vera Wang dress and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Mia St. John
Mia was planning on wearing a conservative Nicole Miller design, but decided she wanted something a little more "out there" for the red carpet. So she turned to up-and-coming designer Ellana Nadel who designs Mia's small, sexy outfits for the ring. Definitely a hit.

Carol Alt
Supermodel Carol Alt credits Linda Stokes of LSO Designs for her runway look, "The whole thing: shoes, earrings, and dress." Just Tuesday night she raided the racks in Stokes' closets. But Alt wasn't sure if she'd have a chance to wear the ensemble. Amazingly enough Alt, who was planning on wearing Lloyd Klein, brought this dress as a back up.

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