Chanel Red Carpet Overload: The Chic P.M. Buzz You Really Need

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    As supporters of the arts and big fans of Chanel, we can't help but ogle at the parade of goodness that walked the red carpet for the Chanel Tribeca Film Festival dinner last night at Tribeca's Odeon. Sure, Kanye brought Kim, but with the shiny beauty looks (hello Camilla Belle, you doll!) and sophisticated dresses (Lily Donaldson killed it on the glam-o-meter), the Ks became more of an afterthought. Also in question: Can Karlie Kloss ever take a fashion misstep? And who is more adorable than Annabelle Dexter-Jones? For these answers and more (like where has Leelee Sobieski been?) we turned to the rosey catwalk for stiletto overload and cheesin' celebs in (what else) Chanel. Double C crack? Your fix awaits you.

    Click through for pics from last night's chicest soiree.

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