Party Time, Excellent! Our Fave Looks From The SFMOMA Post-Modern Ball

It's not every day that one gets invited to a ball in San Francisco. To be precise, make that SFMOMA's Post-Modern Ball, also known as the iconic museum's largest fundraiser of the year and hands-down the coolest art party in town. The looming question: What does one wear to such an event? The answer, apparently, was different for everyone at the Chromeo-DJ'd dinner and after-party. From socialites in floor-sweeping gowns to edgy art kids in wackadoodle ensembles, we saw it all (and frankly, couldn't get enough). Check out some of our top looks of the night after the jump, and be sure to scoop up a ticket fast next year. Trust, it's worth it.
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Heather Clark, Blogger at Heather in a Candy Shop.

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Summer Wilson, photographer.

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Ava Berlin, photographer, and Andy McCall, Warhol doppelgänger.

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Christy Baird, ad lady at Play Haven, and Mich Wells, tech PR maven.

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Dyana Reck, marketing consultant.

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Refinery29 photographer Christine Ting in her a-mazing vintage Valentino dress.

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Joey Yoo, tech recruiter.

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Amy Newsome, intern at SFMOMA and Christie's.

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Charlot Malin, design director.

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Lindsay Gerber, interior designer.

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Tory Voight, Google girl.

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Alexis Giulianana Lira, illustration student at the Academy of Art University.

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Tory Grove, model and stylist.

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Sahar Farzanfar, architect.

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Candace Fukuda, event planner.

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Christine Chan, merchandiser.

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Greg Hills, startup guy, and Kelly Sinclair, hotel developer.

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