Demi Moore, Calista Flockhart, Naomi Watts and more star in the dishy new Ryan Murphy series
You haven't seen a red carpet like this before.
On Tuesday night at the Museum of Modern Art New York City, stars including Demi Moore, Naomi Watts, Calista Flockhart and Molly Ringwald got glammed up for the black-and-white carpet premiere of their new Ryan Murphy project, Feud: Capote vs. The Swans.
The story is based on a real-life drama, when Truman Capote (played by Tom Hollander) tanked his own social circle by writing an exposé on his powerful and privileged friends. The so-called society "Swans" quickly cut him off and put a target on his back.
The cast is all-star, with Flockhart as Lee Radziwill, Chloë Sevigny as C.Z. Guest, Diane Lane as Nancy "Slim" Keith, Ringwald as Joanne Carson, Naomi Watts as Babe Paley and Demi Moore as Ann Woodward.
Here, see all the women arriving at Tuesday night's black and white-themed premiere — and what they wore.
Demi Moore stunned in a swan-inspired dress and sparkling jewels.
Calista Flockhart (in a Zuhair Murad gown and Tiffany & Co. jewelry) called costar Chloë Sevigny a modern-day Swan. Plus, "she's my fashion icon," she told PEOPLE.
Speaking to PEOPLE on her thoughts about the "Swans of today," Chloë Sevigny said, "I think the Swans were all about mystique and every day everyone to like commodified any sort of mystique. They might have a very different time, a very different age."
Diane Lane told PEOPLE that her Tiffany & Co. pendant was a "Cinderella" moment. She paired the gem with a custom velvet Cristina Ottaviano gown.
Naomi Watts (who attended with husband Billy Crudup, not pictured) carried a very appropriately shaped bejeweled swan purse.
Molly Ringwald echoed some of costar Chloë Sevigny's statements on modern-day Swans, telling PEOPLE that they were "like the influencers of their day. Today, I think about Beyoncé or Taylor Swift."
Tom Hollander plays Truman Capote in the series, a man he called a "rebel."
"I think in a world where people were much more repressed, he was a great show off in a world where everyone is showing off all the time," said Hollander.
Emma Roberts was a vision in white, wearing a Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown with ostrich feather accents.
Jon Robin Baitz
Even the men stayed on theme, with writer Jon Robin Baitz going for black-and-white as well.
Same for actor Russell Tovey, who opted for a velvet suit jacket.
Zac Posen, Debbie Harry and Harrison Ball
Gus Van Sant
Gus Van Sant brought his signature style to the red carpet.
Rose Byrne went for a feminine take on menswear, donning a black suit and ruffled white blouse.
For the afterparty at the iconic Plaza Hotel, Demi Moore changed into a Dolce & Gabbana silk chiffon and cotton dress with satin buttons and bow, plus silk briefs and a patent leather handbag.
Molly Ringwald and Chloë Sevigny
Molly Ringwald also changed it up, slipping into a black-and-white suite before kicking back alongside costar Chloë Sevigny.
Calista Flockhart had some fun with her afterparty look, a sheer feathered minidress by Taller Marmo.
Diane Lane also went all-back everything in her boatneck top and slim slacks.
Billy Crudup and Naomi Watts
Billy Crudup accompanied Naomi Watts, who sparkled in her slinky, sheer black dress.
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