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Costume Institute Gala Red Carpet Trend: Long-Sleeved Evening Looks

From left: Gisele Bundchen in Alexander Wang, Diane Kruger in Calvin Klein, Marion Cotillard in Christian Dior, and Jessica Stam in Rachel Roy

Undoubtedly the year's most fashionable red carpet event, last night's arrivals for the Costume Institute did not disappoint. Designers walked hand-in-hand with models, actresses, and muses up the Metropolitan Museum steps for an entrance which Zoe Saldana said made the Oscars look like "a nice get-together." Our personal sartorial highlights were the sleek, long-sleeved evening dresses (like those above on Gisele Bundchen, Diane Kruger, Marion Cotillard, and Jessica Stam) which looked fresh and new among a sea of sleeveless gowns.

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