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How Many Deep "V'"s Can One Parisian Party Handle? Like 10

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While people have been touting that "it's all about the butt" mentality recently, the crowd at Carine Roitfeld's Fashion Book N.5 party says that it's really all about the sternum. The army of models, editors, and bloggers dressed to the theme, which was "Inspired by Carine," who must have a serious crush on the deepest of "V'"s. Below are the deep "V" conference members starting with the tamest, and ending with the belly button-grazing.

Miranda Kerr's deep V took it easy in terms of depth but still exposed parts of her stomach and legs.

For once, Paris Hilton is not the most provocatively dressed at an event. She went for the soft deep V.

Hanneli Mustaparta's deep V was embellished with lace pulleys.

Joan Smalls's deep V relied on conveniently placed flowers to cover the sheer polka dot fabric.

Kim Kardashian went for the deep blunt neck, made by Givenchy.

Gigi Hadid balanced her super deep V with sleeves.

Selena Gomez arrived in a super silky deep V, that is followed by a zipper.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's deep V trumps most, because her is striped and sparkly.

And Cara Delevingne just wore suspenders.