New Yorkers For Children Know How To Dress Like Adults

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New Yorkers for Children is a really amazing organization, providing social service programming for kids in the New York City foster care system. Also, Vogue editor Anna Wintour is one of its lead supporters, which is why the who's who of fashion and Hollywood all turned up for the organization's annual gala last night. Emmy Rossum, Kim Raver, Georgina Chapman, Hana Soukupova, Virginia Madsen, Eva Amurri, Joy Bryant, Leighton Meester, Mary-Kate Olsen (left), Rachel Zoe and others were there, some, of course, looking better than others. (Okay who am I fooling: Olsen and Zoe terrify me.) The full Good, Bad, and Ugly of the New Yorkers for Children's fete, after the jump.

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The Good:

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They call Emmy Rossum mellow yellow? Maybe this could be the new alternate color for bridal: I'm newly inspired.

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Kim Raver also wears something that would be a prettier wedding dress than anything I've seen in this week's bridal shows.

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Sometimes I wonder if Georgina Chapman is the only fashion designer who actually knows how to dress herself.

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I'm all about the Morticia Addams look on Hana Soukupova.

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Hell has frozen over: I like what Tinsley Mortimer is wearing.

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Yay for pretty Virginia Madsen and her pretty dress.

The Bad:

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Eva Amurri, why must you hide what God gave you?

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Jennifer Missoni shows how young women Miley Cyrus' age should dress. (Of course, Missoni's 23, not 15.)

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Joy Bryant channels Miss Scarlett and wears the drapes.

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Kate Lee Joel dresses like Miss Haversham would've before she entered her later years.

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I like that she tried out something different, but something about Leighton Meester's look just isn't working. Also, does anyone else think Meester looks totally different in her real life (or, er, at least on the red carpet) than she does on Gossip Girl?

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Marghertia Missoni's whole look is 10% overdesigned.

The Ugly:

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Most of the time, I hang my head in shame for loving Mary-Kate Olsen's look. Today is not one of those days.

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It's Medusa! Oh sorry: It's just Rachel Zoe.

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jemandtheholograms
jemandtheholograms

MK grabbed the wrong dress from the rack. She's wearing the one meant for a woman 6 feet tall and about 75lbs heavier. Or a drag queen.

The headband: a giant garden caterpillar!