If there’s one place to go full-on in the gown department, it’s the New York City Ballet’s Fall Gala, and that’s exactly what Sarah Jessica Parker and Natalie Portman did last night at the glamorous fête. Parker opted for a voluminous, pirouette-worthy piece that was collaboration between Prabal Gurung and Olivier Theyskens, while Portman wore a high-octane column design from Christian Dior’s fall couture collection. Others that struck our fancy were the ladies in black, Doutzen Kroes in a sheer borrowed-from-the-boys look, Drew Barrymore in an LBD with sparkly Chanel C’s earrings, and Elettra Wiedemann in a sleek floor-length number.
Parker was the brains behind the New York City Ballet tapping Gurung, Olivier, and Iris Van Herpen, to create costumes for its opening night, and they were positively stunning. See al the red carpet looks below:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.
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