High Fives: American Ballet Edition

The stars turned up the glamour for the American Ballet Theatre's annual fall gala -- from floor-sweeping gowns to short-and-chic frocks.

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The stars turned up the glamour for the American Ballet Theatre's annual fall gala -- from floor-sweeping gowns to short-and-chic frocks.
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Model Veronica Webb went for high-drama, snatching a watercolor-looking asymmetrical dress from Christian Siriano's Spring/Summer 2010 runway collection. It's a lot of dress to pull off, and she does it perfectly by sweeping back her hair and keeping the focus on the dress.
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Emmy Rossum is positively luminous (just look at that smile!) in this one-shoulder, Greek goddess-inspired white gown. We love that she left her hair done -- it gives the whole look a more easygoing, youthful vibe.
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Actress JoAnna Garcia goes for an all-out sexy siren dress in a stunning shade of scarlet. But she's kept her hair loose and natural, and chose to keep her neck bare, which really lessens the formal quality of the dress and gives it a loose, fun-loving charm.
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Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis went for short and sweet, in matching black-and-white hues. While we salute Mila's boldness in wearing a bright white jacket, we're more enamored with Natalie's Chanel floral dress and crisp black blazer.
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Only a supermodel like Iman could manage to match her lips and nails to the tone of her dress. And only Iman could make standing in the middle of Lincoln Center in a floor-length sequin gown look so casual. Brilliant.
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