Leelee Sobieski Didn't Look Like Helen Hunt at The Five Year Engagement Premiere

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Last night, the premiere of the romantic comedy The Five Year Engagement helped kick off the Tribeca Film Festival, meaning that New York celebrities who aren't even in the film showed up for the red carpet.

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Emily Blunt's vintage silhouette was made more modern by some lace work and a belt.

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I liked Alice + Olivia designer Stacey Bendet's gold and black effort—her shoes were cool and she had a polka dot manicure—but the overall result was a little clunky.

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Judd Apatow managed to look the cleanest and most put-together out of all the men, despite Cuba Gooding Jr.'s attempt at impersonating a French guy. Shaun White isn't wearing pants, but compression hosiery.

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Alison Brie looks just about perfect in her simple white dress, while Elizabeth Banks is still doing that busy, crazy-colored Effie Trinket thing. Olivia Wilde's dress is a little too reminiscent of the Kardashian Kollection for Sears.

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Cuteness: Amy Poehler with Aubrey Plaza, child actress Zoe Niemkiewicz, and Eniko Parish with Kevin Hart.

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Large coats were a thing last night, with Kim Catrall (center) wearing one over a bustier and Dakota Johnson (right) working a matching white set. Isn't it weird how Leelee Sobieski (left) used to look like Helen Hunt, but is now kind of morphing into Diane Kruger?

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i *like* stacey bendet's outfit, but you're right that it could do with a minor adjustment. i feel like if the skirt were a bit less loose, that'd do the trick.

and i'm fond of the colors elizabeth banks is rocking, but a darker backing might suit that better. or, i dunno, maybe the pattern is a tad too intricate.

you have GOT to be careful with animal prints, though. i think that could work, if you took off the sleeves and shortened the skirt about to the knees. not sure, though.