Black Swan Olivia Munn Is Ballerina at American Ballet Theatre

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Olivia Munn seemed all set for a glamorous Halloween party on Wednesday wearing a Black Swan–inspired mini dress at the American Ballet Theatre fall gala in New York City.

She was absolutely stunning in the Lanvin Fall 2014 feathered dress, although she received mixed reviews from fans and critics. They say that it was too short, that it was Gothic, and that she didn’t have to look like a ballerina at the event.

Olivia Munn was a black swan at the American Ballet Theatre 2014 opening night fall gala heldOlivia Munn was a black swan at the American Ballet Theatre 2014 opening night fall gala held at David H. Koch Theater in New York City on October 22, 2014

Nevertheless, the 34-year-old actress managed to steal the spotlight! She accessorized with diamond earrings, a large ring, and a spotted box clutch by Lanvin.

Her raven hair was neatly tied into a high bun like a ballerina, and she finished off her look with a pop of bubblegum pink lips.

Olivia Munn's raven hair was neatly tied into a high bun like a ballerinaOlivia Munn’s raven hair was neatly tied into a high bun like a ballerina

We’re glad that Olivia didn’t wear the dress with ballet flats but instead opted for a pair of high-heeled pumps, which are also by Lanvin. They are made of satin and feature pointed toes, hidden platforms, and buckled ankle straps.

Olivia Munn shows off her feet in black Lanvin pumpsOlivia Munn shows off her feet in black Lanvin pumps

These Lanvin pumps are from the brand’s spring 2013 collection and are sold out. Newer styles are available at Lanvin.

Lanvin Satin High-Heeled Pumps (sold out)

Lanvin Satin High-Heeled Pumps

Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN

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