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liv tyler, lust-worthy looks & “the ledge”

Wednesday, June 22, 2011
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Last night, co-stars Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson were joined by director Matthew Chapman for The Cinema Society and Grey Goose’s screening of The Ledge.


Perhaps more thrilling than the actual thriller (which challenges the philosophies of a fundamentalist Christian and an atheist) was the eye-catching eye candy. And at the after party at the new PH-D on the rooftop of Dream Downtown, the views of the skyline were topped only by the guest list. In particular, Tyler, and the always-on-trend Olivia Palermo.


Palermo popped wearing a yellow Victoria Beckham dress, Charlotte Olympia leopard heels and carrying a bubblegum pink clutch. Flawless. Tyler, rocking an electric blue Stella McCartney pencil dress showed off her equally flawless hourglass figure. Accessorized with Christian Louboutin heels, old-school Hollywood waves and a bright red pout, this Insider can admit we were simply star-struck.


Other guests privy to The Ledge‘s dramatic plot and PH-D’s dramatic views included Tyler’s mom Bebe Buell, The Proenza boys: Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, Bonnie Morrison, Jeisa Chiminazzo, Rupert Friend, beloved “Friend” David Schwimmer, Genevieve Jones, Ann Dexter-Jones, Stella Schnabel, Olivier Sarkozy, Paul Haggis, Kellan Lutz (who came after the Nylon dinner), Josh Henderson, Rachel Hunter, Ingrid Sischy and Sandra Brant, Sebastian Stan, Stephen Baldwin, Daniel Benedict, Nicole Miller, Carrie Keagan, producers Michael Mailer & Mark Damon, and Cinema Society Founder Andrew Saffir.


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