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Downtown Chic At Gen-Art's Film Shindig

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Given that the Gen Art Film Festival, presented by Acura's 15th Anniversary launch party, was held at at 7 For All Mankind, it's no shocker that guests dressed down — well, for stars. Denim was the order of the day!

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Chloe Zhao makes these flat Oxfords look effortless, which they are not. And how much do you love the coordinating grays?!


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As my bf would say, Kelli Tomashoff 's boots are problematic. (No, really — he would.)


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Look, I make a lot of allowances for youthful attempts at sartorial wackiness. But Caitlin Moe's heart is pushing my kindness to its limits!


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Sara Ziff: perfectly-proportioned downtown cool!


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I don't understand why Danielle Staub is here. Is she in an indie film? I am gonna go with "no." Hey, that's the world we live in.


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Zoe Lister-Jones is among my favorite actresses. Have you seen Arranged? See it! (And it's on Netflix instant watch!) She also always looks darling, and interesting without trying too hard.



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