Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Tom Ford's directorial debut A Single Man has been anticipated as a Stylish Event, and last night's screening - at the Museum of Modern Art - was too: a Madonna-Padma-Julianne-studded style extravaganza with just enough train-wreck to keep things interesting.

Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Padma Lakshmi is someone whose cosmic-joke beauty demands envelope-pushing. Like, just how much can she get away with? Well, her 70s tattered "Leather and Lace" ghost-bride is the answer to that question.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

I get where Rachel Roy is coming from. Sometimes you start the "whimsical layering" and it's hard to stop. Unlike some of us, however, I presume she has a full-length mirror.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Uh oh! Kevin Bacon has been watching Felicity again...as have I!


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Don't you love it when Madonna just gives in to "aging diva?" In a way, isn't that what she's been training for her entire life?


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Julianne Moore has embraced the ankle-irons shoe with suspicious enthusiasm.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Judy Greer - with Lee Pace - has "not trying too hard" so down.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Olivia Palermo begs the question: is a leather tunic "timeless" or just "appropriate for a Medieval guildsman?"


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Ellen Barkin has the New York bitch face down more than any other actress.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Terry Richardson and Tamara Mellon, looking exactly like themselves. Make of this what you will.


Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

Let's face it: Colin and Livia Firth have every right to look smug.

Madonna Gets Her Dame On At A Single Man

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