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Mischa Barton Goes All Sunset Boulevard On Us

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The 1st Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles brought out the stars — Rachel Zoe, Minnie Driver, Mischa Barton — and the retro threads. But with them, came the crazy....

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Rachel Zoe is either trying to keep this Daisy Buchanan look contemporary, or her feet got stuck in cement on the way over.


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Dawn Jones is apparently sporting a Dorota costume, which we kind of can't fault.


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Liz Goldwyn has both Hollywood and style bona fides: hence this screwball-worthy ensemble.


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Ok, so I'd probably have gone with a stack heel...but it's hard not to respect photographer Delfina Blaquier's attempt to sidestep "costume."


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Minnie Driver channels a Lady who Lunches.


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Mischa Barton: Norma Desmond called; she wants her wardrobe back. Oh, and if you can bring the dead monkey in the miniature coffin, that would be great too, thanks.



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I knew Norma Desmond, and you, Madame, are no Norma Desmond.

A smacked-out Daisy Buchanan running late to Gatsby's funeral, who ran over both a dove and a raven, stopped to pluck their carcasses and integrated their feathers into her flapper headband as a symbol of the ineffable fragility of life ... yes, Ms. Barton, you've nailed that. If someone dares attempt a sequel to the Great Gatsby, it's nice to know there are people at the ready.