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The James Beards Awards 2013 were held at Lincoln Center on May 6 and celebrated the best in dining, restaurants and the food industry.

It's also an event where the city's movers and shakers turn out with their finest outfits.

So Christal Young went searching for a little chef "off duty" style. The annual awards took place on May 6 at Lincoln Center.

Christal was wearing a coat by Zara ($199). Her vintage belt was purchased at the Brooklyn Flea in Fort Greene, Brooklyn for $30. Her Sergio Rossi shoes are valued at $500.

www.zara.com

www.brooklynflea.com

www.sergiorossi.com

 

Skull embossed men's shoes by Del Toro

www.deltoroshoes.com

 

Vintage dress by Bill Blass

 

Custom-made Guinea Hen bowtie

Green dress by Isabel Toledo

www.Isabeltoledo.com

 

Black-studded shoes by Miu Miu

www.miumiu.com

 

Shirt by John Varvatos (about $200)

www.johnvarvatos.com

 

Multicolor Manolo Blahnik Mules

www.manoloblahnik.com

 

Cermaic gold bowtie from Owen Boutique

www.owennyc.com

 

Black lace dress by Nha Khanh

www.nhakhanh.com

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