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What Everyone Wore to Tribeca Film Festival's Met Gala Documentary Premiere

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This year's Tribeca Film Festival started out with a very fashion-y bang, thanks to tonight's premiere of the highly anticipated Met Gala documentary, The First Monday in May. Naturally, the crowd matched the film's subject, with the red carpet featuring plenty of perfectly tailored pant suits, statement coats, and shimmering gowns.

Before the show, Racked caught up with some of the attendees, including designer Zac Posen. On the subject of his dream Met Gala theme, he says, "I would want to see an exhibition about structure and fluidity, and I'd want to see it based on Cristóbal Balenciaga and Madeleine Vionnet ... and how Yohji Yamamoto was influenced by Cristobal, and how Azzedine Alaïa was influenced by Vionnet."

Meanwhile, on the same subject, Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal said hers would be "Pajamas, of course" (same), while Jason Biggs replied "NASCAR" (before accidentally ramming into Robert De Niro).

Other notable red carpet looks: Chloe Grace Moretz in a sheer maxi skirt, Jane Fonda in Valentina Kova, Jenna Lyons in a majestic floral coat, model Karolina Kurkova in an off-the-shoulder top, and reported girlfriend of Vladimir Putin Wendi Deng in a shiny floor-length gown.

Perhaps most importantly, however, was O.G. model Lauren Hutton, whose amazing heels included a lizard sticking out of one of the toes. Better yet: we heard said lizard is actually a bookmark with which Hutton herself decided to accessorize. Delightful!