The Weekend’s Best NYC Red Carpet Looks, Starring Mamie Gummer

John Slattery, Jon Hamm, Talia Balsam, Anna Wintour and Donna Karan hit the red carpet on Nov. 15 and 16.

Mamie Gummer at The Cinema Society and InStyle's screening of "Cake"
Have you ever seen a hint of suspenders look so chic? Seamlessly blending a timeless menswear-inspired look with a trendy silhouette and her own personal style, Mamie Gummer wins the award for best dressed in NYC this weekend. Her hair and makeup are also flawless; we might bring this picture of Meryl Streep's uber-chic daughter to our colorist, like, tonight. (Photo by Patrick McMullan)
Julie Henderson at the Cinema Society and InStyle's screening of "Cake"
Why do unbuttoned camel coats always look so cool? I don't know, but maybe Julie Henderson does. (Photo by Liam McMullan/ PatrickMcMullan.com)
Nicolette Robinson at The New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
This actress from Showtime's "The Affair" keeps her skin-tight shift elegant with a lengthy hemline. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com) ==
Tali Lennox at The Cinema Society and InStyle's screening of "Cake"
We wouldn't expect anything less than quirky perfection from the daughter of Annie Lenox. (Photo by Liam McMullan/ PatrickMcMullan.com)
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Sherie Rene Scott at The New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
Let's all admire this Broadway star's makeup and blowout. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com) ==
Julianna Margulies and Keith Lieberthal at The New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
The first of several impeccably-turned-out duos on our list. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com)
Lena Hall at The New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
This rising star of Broadway showed how in New York City, black is never boring. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com)
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Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt at the New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
Aside from being one of the world's most admired couples, these two clearly know how to rock a semiformal dress code. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com)
Anna Wintour at the Opening Night Celebration of The River at the Circle in the Square
The usually-floral-clad empress of New York media adds some life to her winter coat with colorful stripes at the bottom. (Photo by JIMI CELESTE/patrickmcmullan.com)
Debi Mazar at "Penguins of Madagascar" premiere, Bryant Park Ice Rink
This fur-laden look brings to mind Ms. Mazar's past role in "Goodfellas" as a fast-talking New York mob mistress. And we are more than okay with that. (Photo by Andrew Toth/Getty Images)
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Rick Elice and Roger Rees at the New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
Playwright Rick Elice and actor Roger Rees have perfected couples' dressing without going too matchy. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com)
Donna Karan at the Opening Night Celebration for "The River" at Circle in the Square
The designer makes an entrance in an imposing black coat. (Photo by JIMI CELESTE/patrickmcmullan.com)
Josh Truesdell at The Cinema Society and InStyle's screening of "Cake"
This color combo leaves a bit to be desired, but what can we say? Guys in tight sweaters are a key reason why autumn is the best month. (Photo by Liam McMullan/ PatrickMcMullan.com)
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John Slattery and Talia Balsam at the New York Stage and Film 2014 Gala
From Mr. Slattery's hipster glasses to Ms. Balsam's teal nails, this is clearly one of the coolest couples of NYC showbiz. Can these two just adopt us? (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcmullan.com)

It was a weekend filled with galas and high-profile screenings that brought out well-dressed personages from the worlds of TV, film, theater and fashion.

Mamie Gummer gets our vote for best-dressed, but plenty of other stars turned out in looks that were a mix of trendy and classic. Thanks to this weekend’s cold snap, we also got a nice preview of how our favorite New Yorkers will be dressing up their sweaters and leathers this winter.

Click through our slideshow and see what you think of this weekend’s best red carpet looks.

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