Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

There was an incredibly limited color palette at the opening of Valentino's Rodeo Drive flagship store, with celebs mostly sticking to black, white and beige with a rare pop of red here and there.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Ciara went with a simple Morticia dress and extreme roots that almost looked like a hat. But the best part of her ensemble was clearly her 3-D nail art.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

I liked the dichotomy created by Jessica Szohr's frills and bows and leather and studs. It made for cool Tough Girlie look.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Isabelle Fuhrman had a similar Tough Girlie look with her sweet, white lace dress and spiked-knuckled clutch.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Abigail Spencer sported the spiked-knuckled purse as well.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Black and white was big, and of the three—Sonja Kinski, Kim Kardashian, and Rachel Zoe—I think Zoe pulled it off the best.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

The tiger on Monet Mazur's clutch is boss.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Louise Roe demonstrates how you can completely change the direction of an otherwise casual outfit through the use of the right accessories.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Nicky Hilton was always the better Hilton.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

You know, lacy shoulders always look better through a Stevie Nicks lens:Jessica Stroup, Molly Sims, and Dawn Olivieri.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

It seemed like everyone agreed that red was really the only other acceptable color: Rose McGowan, Ellie Kemper, and China Chow.

Valentino Party Fashion Was Black, White, and Red All Over

Alice Eve really needs to put a brarawn.