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Pops of marigold representing Veuve Cliqout champagne's signature color peppered the polo field at Will Rogers State Historic Park yesterday for the fifth annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic.
Guests filed into the VIP picnic area adorned in their polo finest-namely short, printed sundresses and wedge sandals for the women and light colored button downs, trousers and a blazer for the men. As far as head gear, there were some fedoras, wide brimmed hats and even a fascinator or two, but many of the women opted for a loose, beachy hair style sans hat, which drew a nice contrast to the many vintage and vintage-inspired dresses donned by female spectators.
Case in point: Access Hollywood producer Susan Moore wore a bejeweled, 60s inspired dress from Dolce & Gabbana, while her friend, publicist Sara Murray, wore a vintage, ivory Fendi cocktail dress with a sculpted skirt, that she picked up in Paris.
Designer Rachel Roy's ensemble had an effortless 50s feel with a classic white button down from her own line, tucked into a full skirt with raffia detail by Prada.
Makeup artist Kristie Streicher went for actual vintage, wearing an amazingly colorful ankle length dress bought at Shareen Vintage. She accessorized with a pair of "Face It" sunglasses from Venice-based designer Alexandra Cassaniti.
The strong vintage vibe was rivaled only by several boho babes, like wife of star polo player Nacho Figueras, Delfina Blaquier's violet maxi dress from DVF and supermodel Angela Lindvall's black spaghetti strap Mara Hoffman jumpsuit that was festooned with multicolored sequins and embroidery.
Also in attendance were Rachel Zoe and family, wearing white, 30s-inspired outfits. Her infant and toddler sons donned newsboy caps, brown sandals and light-colored shorts and polo shirts. Newlyweds Lauren Conrad and William Tell, Rashida Jones and Anna Faris all took in the event, perched at the rustic, communal tables while enjoying luxe picnic fare prepared by Chef Wolfgang Puck.