When we heard Marc Jacobs and Daphne Guinness were behind the launch of NARS 15X15, a project to celebrate 15 years of NARS at Industria Superstudio, we knew it would be one weird night. We had no idea....

The question on everyone's lips: did Daphne deliver? Oh, hell yes.

Hey, if, like Selita Ebanks, I were one of the most beautiful women in the world, I'd use my powers to pull off highly risky numbers too.

Amber Valletta is well on her way to another slot on the highly prestigious "year's best getups" list.

Fabiola Beracasa joins the Miuccia Prada school of enlightened frumpiness. Dig the Stevie Smith frock.

Model Heather Marks is apparently a fan of Fair Warning-era Van Halen.

Model Anja Rubik channels one of those handcrafted fairy dolls from the pages of Doll Reader.

Dayle Haddon represents old-schools socialites everywhere.

Waris Ahluwalia is a jewelry designer, man-about-town and regular in Wes Anderson films. That's why he can dress like he's guesting on an episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Cassie: the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees called. He wants his wrinkled knees back.

Lisa Marie Smith's tights are really...I mean, that gathering is strikingly...I'm sorry, I can't take my eyes off the guy vogueing in the corner.

Far be it from me to argue with someone who's had a guest spot on Gossip Girl, but Lydia Hearst's mod nightgown looks like a mod nightgown. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Erin Fetherston has the knowing, power-mad look of one who's skinned a bunch of snakes and is hoping to gain their powers through wearing their skins. You know, that look.

Simon Doonan, in classic Simon Doonan costume.

Amanda Lepore, a famed NYC drag diva, adds glamour to any occasion.

Men of the hour: Marc Jacobs and Lorenzo Martone. And maybe I'm just really used to the kilt, but it's the shadow-fade jeans that are grabbing my attention.

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