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Haute High Notes At The Opera

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It's so rad that opera openings are becoming a cause celebre again: take last night's star-studded Met premiere of Rossini's "Le Comte Ory" — sponsored By Yves Saint Laurent, no less.

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Love love love Rebecca Hall's haute-Stevie elegance, which prior to writing those words I didn't realize was a thing.

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Raquel Zimmermann — and YSL — are among the few who can make this whole "vent" thing work, and work spectacularly.

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Christine Baranski verges on cocooned — on anyone less regal it might go over the line — but all in all stays totally elegant.

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So distinct, both so fab! Seriously, I can't decide whether I prefer Ashley's ladylike turn or MK's signature haute-boho.

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Claudia Schiffer.

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Claire Danes, completely flawless. YSL, natch.

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And you didn't think we'd deny you Dancy?

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Julianna Margulies takes "statement necklace" to uncomfortable new heights.

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Emmy Rossum may appear to be standing on one foot, but she looks vibrant doing it in draped silk.

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yourestillinadream
yourestillinadream

I love the color of Emmy Rossum's dress, and the drape is gorgeous and flattering... but the recent upswing in teal-purple combinations is giving me uncomfortable flashbacks to middle school, when everyone and their mothers were wrapped head-to-toe in Charlotte Hornets gear and its accompanying colors. Like the inside of a mall built in the 90's. Here, in a totally classy way. But still.

Is it just me?