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See-Through Shoes and a Seahorse Brooch at the Disconnect Screening

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Last night at a screening of Disconnect, that new movie that seems to have approximately one zillion characters and storylines, there were two kinds of looks on the red carpet: Those embracing the sweetness and light of Spring… and those sticking to all black everything. Also: Winona!

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Love the slim gray suits on Alexander Skarsgard and Eric West. Jason Bateman looks tan and rested and ready.

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Sean Lennon layers shades of brown, adds a seahorse brooch. Digging the open-necked shirt no-tie look on Sean, Jason Bateman, and the film's director, Henry-Alex Rubin, who also directed the Oscar-nominated Murderball.

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Fully accepting the fact that Spring Has Sprung: Olivia Culpo and Andrea Riseborough choose nature-inspired prints.

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Seeing red: America Olivo, Gabourey Sidibe, Lenay Dunn.

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Lightening up: Lily Cole, Heather Matarazzo. Is Welcome to the Dollhouse on Netflix? So freaking good.

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In pale-hued dresses: Haley Ramm, Teresa Celentano.

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Long neutrals: Amy Lemmons, Kristen Ruhlin.

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No one pays attention to that no-white-before-Memorial-Day thing, especially not Paula Patton. There's no doubt that this open-backed dress with coral detailing is beautiful, but it seems sort of… smothery. Kinda wish the neckline were open and the back were closed.

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Doing the cool-kid thing in skinny jeans and blazers: Elizabeth Olsen, Rachael Harris.

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Blackout: A skin-tight slinky dress on Nicole Winhoffer, voluminous trousers and a Lagerfeld-esque collar on Genevieve Jones, cut-up T-shirt for Hettienee Park.

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More inky looks: Glenn Close pairs a leather jacket with divine little flats; Vogue's Grace Coddington makes comfort look chic; and Kilo Kish is supercool in a simple tunic dress and cropped motorcycle jacket.

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My fave? Winona Ryder. All black sets off her flawless skin. Her hair is shiny, her lipstick is fab, her purse is awesome. See-through-shoes? Okay. Fine. She looks gorgeous and I missed her.

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Here's the Disconnect trailer, for the curious:

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Winona, you look AH-maz-ing... And that trailer in INTENSE. The internet is scary.