High Fives: Best Dressed of the Week

In spite of the dreary weather, New Yorkers found plenty of stylish sidewalk and red carpet opportunities this week, from the premiere of "Arthur" to the Tribeca Ball downtown.

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In spite of the dreary weather, New Yorkers found plenty of stylish sidewalk and red carpet opportunities this week. Our first pick: Jennifer Garner's perfect embellished pencil skirt and turtleneck combo at the premiere of her latest rom-com, "Arthur."
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That same evening, Helen Mirren looked gorgeous and regal as ever in a champagne silk gown and bold statement necklace.
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The Harry Potter cast is all grown up and, generally speaking, looking extremely chic these days. Evanna Lynch (who played "Luna" in the films) made an appearance at Times Square's "Harry Potter: The Exhibition" clad in ruby red cocktail dress.
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It's no secret that Harry Potter veteran Clemence Poesy has a killer sense of style. For the opening, Poesy stepped out in a vintage lace frock with a clean black blazer.
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Last but not least, Ginny—ahem, Bonnie Wright—was looking lovely indeed clad in a sapphire blue cocktail dress that brought out her naturally red coloring.
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"High Fives" frequenter, Alexa Chung, hit a Sony Ericsson release party this week wearing a simple velour mini-dress and opaque black tights.
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At the same party, the ever-hip designer/occasional DJ Harley Viera Newton sported a cheerful printed ensemble.
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We're so pleased to have Julia Stiles back on the style scene. Her effortless sense of chic was on full display at the premiere of "Marie Bruce," to which she wore this red-and-green patterned shift.
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The Tribeca Ball attracted fashionistas from all walks of life, but we were surprised to see actress Jenna Malone, who typically favors more unkempt, vintage-esque outfits, looking so immaculate and tailored.
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Naomi Watts was anticipating the spring sunshine in a bohemian floral-printed maxi dress.
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Parker Poesy warmed up to the season's hot-pink trend with a bright long-sleeved dress and understated leather wristlet.
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Designer Nanette Lepore, famous for her girly-chic creations, rocked an unusually edgy outfit to the after party of the new play, "Henry's Crime."
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The same night, model Maryna Linchuk emerged wrapped in pale gray fur and a blush pink maxi skirt.
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Actress Julie Ordon proves that animal print ain't going anywhere this season wearing a leopard-print dress and matching open-toe shoes.
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Young actress Saoirse Ronan looked adult indeed wearing a sequin-embellished Chanel evening gown to the premiere of her latest film, "Hanna."
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Actress Nikohl Boosheri rocked a scribble-print shift to the closing of MoMA's New Directors/New Films series that looked as though it walked out of the museum itself.
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