At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

The Metropolitan Opera's season premiere may have been controversial, but the culture-lovin' (or fronting) stars' clothes were an unambiguous hit.

At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Rachel Roy goes for opulent minimalism. And dig the confidence of the pm ponytail!


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Loving the sort of boho ease of Anjelica Huston's flowing knit!


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Speaking of boho chic, Rufus Wainwright channels mid-century Soho.


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Holly Hunter forgot her slip. Should someone tell her?


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

I nominate Christine Baranski. Looking, by the way, every inch the grande dame.


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Vera Farmiga: fertility goddess!


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Speaking of Mount Olympus, Kerry Washington is Aprodite-esque and stunning!


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

At least Miranda Richardson has extra ammunition across her chest if her quiver runs short.


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

When in doubt, Patricia Clarkson always goes the old Hollywood charmeuse route. Hey, if it's not broke...


At The Met, Operatic Clothes Hit High Notes

Meg Ryan's dress hopefully just sits low and isn't slipping, because we've been there, and the arms-at-the-sides pose gets old very fast.



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