Oh la la!

Julia Restoin-Roitfeld stopped by the Tribeca Film Festival on April 26 to catch "L'amour Fou," a documentary which chronicles the relationship of fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and his lover and business partner, Pierre Bergé.

The daughter of the former Vogue Paris editor arrived in a Stevie Nicks-inspired look composed of a leather mini skirt and cape with embroidered flower and fringe details. Peep-toe Mary Jane heels and a playful handbag completed her boho-glam getup.

We adore her sophisticated red mani and pedi paired with heavily-lined eyes. Parted down the middle, the new face of Lancôme's hair was unkempt -- perhaps she succumbed to the humidity like many others in the NYC area?

Other fashionable folks like Olivier Theyskens (of Theory) and model Pat Cleveland joined Restoin-Roitfeld to take in the film which centers around the sale of Saint Laurent and Bergé's extensive art collection.

Meanwhile, check out the video below about Yves' controversial '70s fashions -- narrated by Hamish Bowles, who was also in attendance for the premiere.