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I know she uses a stylist, but if so, I guess they're good. She's really the only of the evening who dressed with a drama and flamboyance that characterised the period Paul Poiret thrived in. I love the tumbling about and falling off effect of her dress (vintage YSL, it seems). and she does look like she's having a good time. Everyone else looked too impeccable and tame with the odd feather sticking out.