You'd expect the Women's Wear Daily 100 Anniversary Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street to be studded with fashion stars, and serious fashion. And with Anna, Coco, Veronica, DVF, Mary-Kate, Ashley and many friends, you'd be right.
Wintour in her signature cold-weather garb: fur and shiny shiny shiny boots of leather.
Arlenis Sosa, simply glam.
Audrey Mamay: the kind of high-low blend that looks both effortless and inexpensive and is in fact neither.
For Betsey Johnson, this is practically somber — maybe she's coming from a funeral?
Just when we thought vinyl leggings were O-U-T blessedly out, Coco tells us different.
Elettra Weideman takes a stroll back to Josie Bissett's Melrose Place closet — or would, if she could walk in these shoes.
I guess when you're in the Juicy Couture club, you're contractually obligated to walk the walk.
You gotta say this for Georgina Chapman: she matches her ruffles.
Speaking of coordination! Karen Elson is a goddess in red! (Adhering, of course, to the family dress code.)
Iman, of course, can wear anything. She just happens to be in an elegant LBD, but she'd rock a sack.
Despite my feelings about the futility of trying to make animal print happen, I can't deny that in small doses it's a cute, brassy accent. Dig Jessica Szohr.
Coordinated? Or twin magic?
Ok, isn't there something weird about being this practically warm on the bottom, and this bare on top? It's like Padma's body has different microclimates!
You know how people sometimes claim they're giving their bridesmaids dresses they can "wear again?" Whoever chose this didn't do that. And yet Petra Nemcova is re-wearing it anyway.
Vera Wang: the highland fling from hell.
It's hard to say who wore the best getup; the "worst" isn't as difficult. Nicole Trufino.
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