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July 28 2014

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Yea, Nay, Or Eh? Belle Of The Ball

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It was (almost) all YSL, all the time at the Met last night, where house CEO Valerie Hermann hosted the Metropolitan Opera’s gala premiere of Armida. Its star diva, Renée Fleming, wore Saint Laurent, as did Maggie Gyllenhaal, Patricia Clarkson, and Ginnifer Goodwin, but our vote for the night’s best dressed goes to the young actress Camille Belle, who shined in a tiered muslin gown from YSL Edition Soir (the label’s non-runway collection). She finished off her look with strappy YSL patent heels and a few choice jewels from Cartier. Black tie can be a tricky proposition for Hollywood’s younger stars, but Belle’s no newbie to the red carpet (or classical music, it turns out—she grew up on Mozart). We’re singing her praises. Are you?

PLUS: For more from the Met, click here.

Photo: Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene

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  1. mercuryloge says:

    the dress is gorgeous, like nearly everything else done under the reign of mr. stefano pilati, who has rejuvenated the name while remaining the most faithful of his peers to tight, classic french tailoring – the dress doesn’t much resemble the recent runway and pre-fall collections, except, very generally, this more tubed offering by yulia kharlapanova, who presented the entire pre-fall 2010 collection http://www.style.com/fashionshows/complete/slideshow/2010PF-YSLRG?event=show2022&designer=design_house3&trend=&iphoto=36 \,,/ twitter

  2. mercuryloge says:

    the dress also suggests nina ricci !

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