With Oprah Winfrey as the host and "American Women: Fashioning a National Identity" as the theme, the Met Costume Institute Gala was a parade of famous faces and fabulous fashion.
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Jennifer Lopez knocks it out of the park in a strapless tulle Zuhair Murad Couture gown with a sequin leaf print and a Judith Leiber clutch.
Camilla Belle looks like a classic American girl in her red Jason Wu gown, Cartier jewels and red Christian Louboutin clutch.
Nicole Richie shines in a silver sequined Marc Jacobs gown with a black sash belt, black clutch and voluminous long, dark locks.
Zoe Saldana looks classic and demure in her single sleeved black Calvin Klein sparkling gown.
Rosario Dawson steps out of her usual fashion box with a ruffled lilac Giambattista Valli bustier gown, Fred Leighton jewels and swept back hair.
Always cutting edge, Cassie Ventura compliments her asymmetrical hairstyle with an asymmetrical blue Versace high-slit gown, black VBH clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Eva Longoria Parker looks ultra-feminine with soft waves, a strapless Marchesa gown with a long train and silver Christian Louboutin pumps.
Jessica Alba channels old Hollywood with retro waves, a pale rose off-the-shoulder Sophie Theallet gown and diamond drop earrings.
Gisele Bundchen goes edgy with a short fringed black Alexander Wang dress, fringed sandals, smoky eyes and a high ponytail.
Eva Mendes continues to show her love for vintage-inspired florals in a Dolce & Gabbana strapless ruched gown, a black Judith Leiber clutch and Verdura jewels.
Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio resembles a Greek goddess in her nude draped gown and loose up-do.