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.

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.