Everyone Was Upstaged By Toddlers At I Don't Know How She Does It Premiere

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Last night's premiere of the working mother comedy I Don't Know How She Does It featured a lot of women without children. (I guess because they have time for this shit?) Either way, everyone in attendance was out-dressed by two of the film's stars.

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Who wore it best: Teddy or Julius Goldberg? I think the one on the right, since he's not thinking about flashing the camera.

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The film's other stars, Sarah Jessica Parker and Olivia Munn were upstaged by a different set of twins—Christina Hendricks' tits.

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David Alan Grier wore pink, Pierce Brosnan wore purple, and Valentino wore orange.

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I would consider leopard print a trend for the evening due to the fact that Jordin Sparks (left) and Wendi Murdoch (right) showed up in it, but I feel like Jackie Collins never leaves the house without an animal print somewhere on her body.

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I love Emma Roberts' big chunky necklace paired with her simple strapless dress. Unfortunately, I Don't Know How She Does It author Allison Pearson (center left) was easily the worst dressed with her half-assed Glenda the Good Witch gown. And it's nice to see little girls like Emma Lyle actually dressing like little girls.

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Marie Claire editor Joanna Coles, Punky Brewster, and Hoda Kotb all went much more casual.

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Meanwhile, model Rebecca Zarah Mir, socialite Tinsley Mortimer, and actress Jessica Szohr dressed like they were going to a cocktail party. Tinsley, at 35, is getting a little too old for that 24-year-old It Girl look, no?

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Rachel Roy, L'Wrenn Scott, and Olivia Palermo all did a better job at evoking the feel of the film by wearing blazers for a Day-to-Night Barbie look.

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KittyConner
Kitty Conner

For all the "What's wrong with Tinsley's dress?" folks:

It's not that strapless isn't appropriate, nor is it that she should dress "old", it's her whole package.

The long blonde tousled with the slight root, the pink lip, the cutesy pose and shoes, the way her dress is slightly too short for the silhouette. She hasn't evolved her style. She's looked exactly like this since she was a 24-year socialite. And there isn't anything wrong with finding your style and sticking to it (See: Hendricks, Christina; Bombshell), but shouldn't your style still change, age and evolve with you?

I mean, I'm pretty sure Tins would have worn this 10 years ago. This exact outfit.