We've all been talking about nothing but the Costume Institute's Superheroes event for weeks, so let's just get to the clothes, shall we?
Above: Zac Posen and Kate Mara, in Zac Posen. Posen's not the only man of the night to try the bright suit with a brighter-dressed lady combo, but he pulls it off a thousand times better than Matthew Williamson.
Above: I give Anna Wintour a lot of credit for this Chanel number. A lot.
Above: Ashley and Mary-Kate, in Diane von Furstenberg, with Christian Louboutin. I had my doubts, but Ashley looks incredible. Mary-Kate looks about 55 years old.
Above: Dr. Lisa Airan in Rodarte. Totally on the theme, and she looks gorgeous.
Above: I know I've given Alessandra Facchinetti a hard time for the whole Gucci-to-Valentino thing, but right now I will put our differences aside and just say that this is a great dress, even if it is Valentino.
Above: I would like to applaud Kate Bosworth for the blue eyeliner choice. I am not being sarcastic.
Above: Nicolas Ghesquiere and Charlotte Gainsbourg, in Balenciaga. Overwhelming disappointment.
Above: The Rag & Bone boys with Sasha Pivovarova. Sasha! Did nobody tell you that your dress is see-through?
Above: Elettra Rossellini Weidemann, in Chris Benz, with Chris Benz. Be careful, Chris. I'm saying this because I love you. I really do. I just feel like you're getting closer and closer to becoming this, and I desperately don't want that to happen.
Above: Francisco Costa with Liv Tyler, in Calvin Klein. OK, so I thought Rachel Bilson would wear it, but I totally called that dress.
Above: Barneys' Julie Gilhart (in Christopher Kane, no?) and Rogan Gregory. I really like this on her, which is strange because it's totally not my style. I think she rocks it, goofy flip-flops and all.
Above: Diane Kruger, in Alberta Feretti, and Joshua Jackson. Confession: I just realized that I have a HUGE crush on Pacey from Dawson's Creek.