Tribeca Film Festival 2016: The A-list nail movie-going style in NYC

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  • But who is your best dressed?

    The Tribeca Film Festival 2016 is officially in full swing. With A-list stars, stylish New Yorkers and movie buffs hitting the red carpet for premieres, after-parties and schmoozing – it’s a must-see for red carpet highlights and serious wardrobe envy. 

    This year, thanks to a hotly anticipated fashion doc premièring, it’s a who’s who of the cool New York fashion crowd. From designers and models to style icons and editors, this year’s Tribeca red carpet is fast-shaping up to be one of its most stylish yet. 

    Highlights on the film schedule feature The Ticket, starring Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens as well as Maisie Williams and Jessica Biel in The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, and we can’t wait to see Kevin Spacey return to the White House in Elvis & Nixon

    A red carpet highlight however is sure to come from the cast of Strike A Pose. A follow-up to 1991’s revealing Truth or Dare documentary, based on Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour – one of the most celebrated pop tours of all time nonetheless – in which the doc will revisit Madge’s group of 25 back-up dancers 25 years later. We can’t wait. 

    So far Robert De Niro’s annual film fest has attracted some legendary names. From Lauren Hutton looking fabulous in an on-trend trouser suit to Karolina Kurkova working an off-the-shoulder co-ord look, the red carpet is just as note-worthy as the film schedule.

    In addition, we’re crushing hard on Chloe Moretz’s straight-from-the-catwalk metallic Proenza Schouler get-up rounded off nicely with a shimmering pair of Camilla Elphick heels, while J.Crew’s eternally inspirational Jenna Lyons has taught us how to work a shirt dress for the evening. 

    Click through to see the highlights so far, and check back daily for the best red carpet moments.

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