Held on Saturday November 28, 2009, the Crillon Ball was most definitely the highlight of the Parisian and global social scene. A multitude of flawless young women were presented to society and dressed head-to-toe in some of the world's most renowned designers. Among the many heiresses', princesses and socialites was Sea of Shoes blogger Jane Aldridge. I can only imagine what the experience must have been like for Jane, and in case you have yet to decipher the title of this post, my new goal is to someday attend the Crillon Ball. Many people wish to become astronauts or firemen, but all I have to say is, MAKE ME A DEBUTANTE!
P.s. you might want to fetch a paper bag... these young women are literally breathtaking.
Autumn Whitaker follows in Michelle Obama's footsteps while being fitted by Canadian designer Jason Wu.
A couple of the debutantes posing before their entrance! (From left: Sarah Mellon, Billie Lourd, Victoria de Silva, Sokhna Ndour, Chelsea Chau and India Oxenberg)
Just enjoying the night... (From left: Olympia de Dietrich wearing Carvin, Marguerite de Tavernost in John Galliano and Princess Anne- Hélène D'Arenberg in Christian Dior)
Billie Lourd looking rath-ah dashing in a feathered Chanel gown.
Beautiful brunettes in baby blue (that was some hard core alliteration)... what could be better!? (From left: Clemence Rochefort in Nina Ricci, Scout Willis in Christian Lacroix and Anouchka Delon in Ellie Saab)
Photos via teenvogue.com, marieclaire.co.uk, thefrisky.com