Great Cause, Fun Red Carpet

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The 19th Annual "A Night At Sardi's" Fundraiser And Awards Dinner - which supports Alzheimer's research — was clearly a major social event. With the red carpet to match.

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Back in the late '60s, there was a brief vogue for "pop-topping," in which one crafted chain-mail from the pull-rings of soda cans. Kristen Bell is resuscitating it, single-handed.

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Wendie Malick goes for dramatic simplicity.

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Normally event chairs opt for dignified restraint. But the thing about being chair is you can really do what you want. And Laurie Burrows Grad is taking full advantage.

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Do you remember Tan-Grams, those shapes that were used to teach pre-Geometry in elementary school? Kaley Cuoco does.

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The Diggs-Menzels don't need any other accessory.

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I know "benefits" don't need to be all serious and grave and it's about celebrating life and working together for a cure, but hey, I'm a traditionalist: a little gravitas, maybe? Vanessa?

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Some cliches should be abandoned, some rules are arbitrary. Others — like the hoary old saw that horizontal seaming is kind of challenging — are based in fact.

Lea Thompson goes slightly boxy —

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stacyinbean

Kaley Cuoco looks a little high, no?