Best & Worst Dressed at the Ballet Fall Gala in New York City

SPJ at the Gala!

Bold names were out in full affect last night in New York City for the New York City Ballet Fall Gala at the Lincoln Center in New York City. And this gala had a very fashionable aspect to it, the evening honored legendary designer Valentino Garavani.

Valentino designed all the costumes for the one-time-only performance,  pairing ballet and fashion just for the Gala
“Ballet speaks to me because of the romance I see in it,” Valentino said in night’s program. “I realize the dancers do so much to be perfect, and in high fashion I always wanted perfection.”

And while some of the celebrities in attendance did hit “perfection” with their outfits, others did not. Check out the best and worst dressed right here!

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  • Karolina Kurkova 1 of 6
    Karolina Kurkova
    Karolina Kurkova wore a very red dress by Valentino Couture and while the color was stunning on her, she looked a wee bit too much like a superhero on the almost matching red carpet.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker 2 of 6
    Sarah Jessica Parker
    SJP wore a dreamy floral gown on the, again by Valentino. But it looked like it would be better suited for a garden party than a night out on the town.
  • Iman 3 of 6
    Iman
    Iman looked stunning in her sleek, albeit it big revealing, black gown. Can you believe she is 57!
  • Diane Von Furstenberg 4 of 6
    Diane Von Furstenberg
    Legendary fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg wore a bold print dress to the event. See looked very sweet in this cloud like print.
  • Martha Stewart, 5 of 6
    Martha Stewart,
    Not sure if this is my favorite color for Martha Stewart, it's a bit drab for the queen of all things not.
  • Barbara Walters 6 of 6
    Barbara Walters
    Even Barbara Walters made the scene. She wore a black vintage Valentino piece, which with that big white bow, may not have stood the test of time.
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Photos: PacificCoastNews.com

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