June Ambrose always knows how to do a red carpet right, and the Ain’t Them Bodies Saints premiere at the Museum of Modern Art in New York was no exception. The stylist to the stars shined bright in a rosy pink sequined baseball jersey dress accessorized with a beaded YSL clutch and Hermes cuff.
She wasn’t the only celeb to show off some serious style, though. June was joined by a league of extraordinarily dressed women, including Rooney Mara and Genevieve Jones.
Rooney Mara went minimal for the premiere in Calvin Klein Resort 2014 separates. The star of the movie bared her midriff in a navy long-sleeve crop top and black pencil skirt, and posed for the paps in Brian Atwood sandals.
We saw even more skin from Genevieve Jones, who made a bold statement in a deep-plunging dress that revealed a cutout top underneath.
Designer Rachel Roy was hot in a lava-esque printed button down that added some color to her all black ensemble.
Melissa George kept the red carpet minty fresh in a pastel midi dress while flashing her pearly whites to the camera.
Courtney Love was rock star chic in her white skirt and lace top lined with black ruffles. Her sandals were the star of her look, though, and we’re currently experiencing shoe envy.
Coco Chanel did say one of fashion’s purposes was comfort, and we presume that’s what Richard Gere wanted when he wore blue jeans, a blue button-up and gray blazer to the premiere.
PHOTO CREDIT: WENN
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