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The Met’s, Like, Totally Stylish

The world’s most stylish fashionistas, singers, actors and hangers-on made their way to The Metropolitan Museum of Art last night for the Costume Institute’s Gala. This year the institute honored the late, great French designer Paul Poiret. Poiret’s stunning designs drew on both Oriental and art deco aesthetic, but constantly revolved around his favorite flower: the rose.

Our invitation must have gotten lost in the mail, so we had to live vicariously through press images. Shame, because we would have loved to pick Tom Ford and French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld‘s respective brains. Oh well, there’s always next year.

Take a look at some more shots, after the jump…

Good twin…

Naughty twin…

Christina Ricci loves to pose.

But not as much as Lindsay Lohan.

Alright, America Ferrara, we get it: you’re not Ugly

Jean-Paul Gaultier can’t be bothered to tighten his tie. And, really, who can blame him.

Shalom Harlowe has not one, but two handsome dates: Viktor & Rolf.

Iman and David Bowie are still the coolest couple we don’t know.

How much longer until Andre Leon Talley stops dragging Jennifer Hudson around like a plaything?

Karl Lagerfeld. Need we say more?

Rose McGowan’s so excited, she’s gone all wonky-eyed and shit.

Michael Kors wants Eva Mendes’ vagina. Okay, not really…

Debra Messing looks ravishing, cast and all.

Winona Ryder with Marc Jacobs, who looks more and more handsome with each passing day.

Who is this slag with Robin Thicke? Not us, that’s for sure…

Scarlett Johanssen, Stella McCartney and Amber Valetta are the prettiest trio we’ve seen in a long time.

Melania Trump has never looked more vapid. Donald, meanwhile…well, no comment.

Anna Wintour may edit Vogue, but this bitch still can’t stand up straight. Maybe she’s overwhelmed by the death of former colleague, Isabella Blow. Then again, probably not..

  • 1 Comment
    • fazzyoo

      mk olsen looks reallly chic.

      May 8, 2007 at 11:00 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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