Style at the CFDA

The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. or CFDA for short, is considered the Oscars of the fashion world for those of you not familiar.

From L to R: *Diane Kruger in Monse dress, Karlie Kloss (Karlie, you’re a beautiful young woman but could you not do better?) in Diane Von Furstenberg, Gigi Hadid in The Row.

It is definitely one of the biggest nights in fashion after the Met Gala.  Hosted by Seth Meyers, it was a star-studded affair at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, just days ago (June 6th).

All of the on-line fashion magazines have posted pics of their choices of best & worst dressed favourites but let’s cut to the chase and have a look at who wore it best (at least in my humble opinion).  Because as it turns out, unfortunately I did not love most of the ensembles and in fact I detested many of them. But I liked:

Kerry Washington in Prabal Garung. Elegant!

Actress Kate Bosworth ethereal wearing Brock Collection Dress

Eva Chen wore a stunning Sies Marjan dress. Love the colour which she pulled off amazingly.

A bit about CFDA

The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA), founded in 1962 by publicist Eleanor Lambert, is a not-for-profit trade association of over 450 prominent American fashion and accessory designers.  The organization’s mission is to strengthen the influence and success of American designers in the global economy.

Bella Hadid wearing Off-White. And why not show off those legs??  Stunning!

*Diane Kruger always seems to get it right.  And kudos to her for apparently not using a stylist or makeup artist.  Really??!!

Do you have a favourite?

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