Was there a dress code? Or do stars just hear "CHANEL Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner" and assume through long practice that it's an occasion for black and white?

Of course Chloe Sevigny would take the 90's-lace trend right up to the Poison Ivy line and walk it.

Julia Restoin-Roitfeld has chic in her genes. And, um, her clothes.

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Naomi Watts pulls off this kinda-mod, kinda-90s sheath. Whether she can sit in it without serious rug rash is another question.

As the great Bill Cunningham might say, the story here is all about Amy Astley's shoes.

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Linda B. looks chic and cool, but allow me to rant: I am so sick of everything having this lone pocket. I spent three hours last week on an unsuccessful search for a pocket-less top. No. It can't be done. I guess people want to have something to hook a pen on.

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This fringe thing needs to end, now. You're on notice, Zoe Kravitz.

I appreciate where Amanda Beard is going with this, but it does detour into harlequin-land.

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For Linda Wells, it's all about the jewels.

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Rula Jebreal.

Ann Doung. No, seriously, did the invite specify "black and white?" Like in the first season of "The Hills?"

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Wow, there is a lot going on with Rose Byrne's dress: she's getting a bit lost in the shuffle.

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Fabiola Beracasa channels Bianca Jagger.