MoMA Film Benefit Draws Chanel-Clad Stars

MoMA Film Benefit Emma Stone Sarah Jessica Parker Blake Lively

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Emma Stone, Sarah Jessica Parker and Blake Lively.

When Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, and Pedro Almodóvar are all together in one place—and that place is the Museum of Modern Art—you had better believe the well-heeled masses will follow.

MoMA honored the legendary Spanish director at its annual film benefit, this year sponsored by Chanel, and as such, there was plenty of the Lagerfeld-helmed label on the event’s red carpet.

Sarah Jessica Parker picked a grey chiffon gown and navy jacket from the Cruise 2012 collection, while Blake Lively upped the drama in a sequined and feathered ensemble from the Fall Couture collection.

Emma Stone also chose couture, though hers was from Spring 2009, finishing her look with Chanel fine jewelry. Alicia Keys, Elizabeth Olsen, Drew Barrymore, and Chloe Moretz also wore their Chanel finest for the event.

Of course, there were a few fashion wild cards as well. Miranda Kerr went ultra-modern with slicked-back hair, a graphic Peter Pilotto dress, and lace-up Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, while fellow model Lara Stone showed her allegiance to Calvin Klein in a long-sleeved metallic mini-dress by Francisco Costa. Olivia Wilde, meanwhile, picked a plunging printed frock with a demure below-the-knee hemline.

MoMA Film Benefit Lara Stone Olivia Wilde Miranda Kerr

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Lara Stone, Olivia Wilde and Miranda Kerr.

In related news, check out the fashion industry's reaction to Almodóvar's latest film, The Skin I Live In.