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It's no surprise that Valentino brings the mega-babes, and at last night's launch of Mr. Garavani's Valentino Virtual Museum, his roster of supporters was more jam-packed with well-dressed celebs than even we would give him credit for—what with the torrential downpour and all. While the focus of the evening was on his new downloadable archive, with those signature sewn-on flowers, beaded embellishments, and, yes, crimson, sideways glances at gowns and minis never stopped. No surprise: SJP and Izabel Goulart top the list of mentionables, and Olivia Palermo rocked it out with a sequined black-n-tan combo we would love to outfit repeat. One mild shocker? Courtney Love pulled herself together and looked (mostly) fresh-faced in a LBD. We're kind of stuck on this one, though, so you tell us: who was virtually the best?
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