The Stars Go Glam For...Climate Change Debate? Apparently!

"The Darker Side of Green" climate change debate at NYC's Skylight West was a serious discussion of a planet in peril. Which is why the stars wore feathered stilettos, capes, and leather vests.

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Feathered shoes draw out attention to the plight of endangered fauna. Or else this was just a really strange choice.


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For everyone's sakes, I wish Maggie's top had been a little longer - not least because I'm getting sympathetic thigh-chafe just looking at those jeans. And wasn't that distracting during the talks?


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A leather vest always shows you're not playing. I don't know what beribboned shoes say, though.


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Let's ask Kevin Bacon.


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Sarah Silverman: one of the few dressed for a debate as my college understood that term.


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Norman Reedus, in tie, because this is serious.


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I like Gretchen Mol's girlish frock. But now that I've noticed that the yoke kind of forms an arrow, I can't focus on much else.


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Did I mention that Rev Run was here? 'Cause he totally was.



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What? Were they supposed to wear sack cloth and ashes or something?