Celebrities Dressed Like True New Yorkers at the Tribeca Film Festival

Well, except for Lil' Kim

Emma Roberts in a sparkly black dress and Tabitha Simmons shoes.
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Rebecca Hall in shades of white by Gabriella Hearst.
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Karen Gillan also at "The Circle" Premiere, wearing a top and trousers from Vika Gazinskaya.
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Emma Watson at "The Circle" Premiere wearing a Burberry gown and Monique Pean jewelry.
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Cate Blanchett wore Valentino at the "Manifesto" premiere.
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Okay, perhaps Lil Kim thought this was her wedding? Here she is with Sean Combs.
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Rami Malek's Dior Homme suit featured a racing stripe on the sleeve.
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Jenni Konner and Lena Dunham are giving off very Brooklyn vibes here.
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Jessica Biel was the most dressy attendee, in this ruffled Self Portrait frock.
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We would expect nothing less than an Alessandra Rich electric green dress on Chloë Sevigny.
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Model Sara Sampaio keeps it casual in skinny jeans and a lace cami.
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Common almost committed to an all-black getup, in a Louis Vuitton jacket.
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Zosia Mamet pulls off a '70s feel in this outfit, at the premiere of "The Boy Downstairs."
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Susan Sarandon is killing it in this sleek black suit.
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Iman is ready for May flowers, especially with this coat.
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Uma Thurman cozies up to Zac Posen, in a black lace frock.
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Dree Hemingway aims for a boho chic look, with long layers and mixed patterns.
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Salma Hayek in a modern suit, with a Elie Saab sequin shirt.
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An edgy and feminine Rose Byrne, wearing Rag & Bone.
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Alexis Bledel in a dress that matches her robes from "A Handmaid's Tale."
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Elisabeth Moss really dressed up for the premiere of "The Handmaid's Tale," in a Rosetta Getty dress and Tiffany & Co. jewels.
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How cute is Zoey Deutch?
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What’s black, white and could easily be spotted on the streets of Brooklyn? That would be almost all of the celebs that hit the red carpet for this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Take, for example Rose Byrne, who was on hand to support her partner Bobby Cannavale’s short, Hair. Rather than opting for a nearly nude gown or an off-the-shoulder anything, she paired a floral Rag & Bone dress with an edgy leather jacket from the same brand. Walk into any New York bar tonight, from the Lower East Side to Bushwick, and you’re bound to find someone wearing a nearly identical getup.

Most of the big names with premieres donned something in black, from Salma Hayek‘s chic black suit at the 11th Hour screening to Emma Roberts‘ tulle mini-dress. It’s as if these stars (or their stylists) decided to pick the most obvious and boring New York signature as their inspiration.

Chloë Sevigny, a native New Yorker, knew better than to don black from head-to-toe. Instead, she chose an electric green dress from Alessandra Rich, which featured ruching and a delicate floral print. It was truly the look of an eclectic local. Dree Hemingway similarly went for the “art gallery regular” vibe, by pairing a red and navy striped tunic with a printed green and white skirt. It was pattern clashing at it’s most bold.

The very New York looks continued, from Rebecca Hall‘s off-white monochromatic turtleneck dress situation by Gabriela Hearst to Rami Malek‘s dressed down Dior Homme suit.

Click through to see how the A-listers dressed to fit in with citizens of the Big Apple. Oh, and keep an eye out for Lil’ Kim, who looked like she might have mistaken the Tribeca Film Festival for her own wedding…

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