CFDA Fashion Awards

I know this is a little late, but I couldn’t resist putting together a best dressed list from this year’s CFDA Fashion Awards.  The Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards are the fashion equivalent to the Oscar’s, except more fabulous and adventurous.  Designers pull out all the stops and rock the red carpet with the “it” model of the moment on their arm.  Epic duos are debuted and fashion history is made.  This year the CFDA Awards were as glamorous as ever with incredible highs like Erin Wasson in Alexander Wang and Karolina Kurkova redefining the red carpet dress code in shorts designed by Michael Kors.  Sadly, there were some lows, most notably (and upsetting) Rachel Roy, who I normally love, but she just missed the mark this year in a white unflattering jumpsuit.  Between the highs and lows was glitz and glamour at its finest.  The boys of Proenza Schouler came away with the coveted womenswear designer of the year award and the always inspiring Vera Wang, who looked gorgeous, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

So what did you think of the red carpet?  Who were your favs?  Which looks have you pinned and can’t get enough of and which looks do you wish would just disappear?

Alexander Wang

Erin Wasson in Alexander Wang with Alexander Wang

Proenza Schouler

Lauren Santo Domingo in Proenza Schouler

Michael Kors

Linda Fargo in Michael Kors

Calvin Klein

Rooney Mara in Calvin Klein

Vera Wang

Vera Wang

Michael Kors

Karolina Kurkova in Michael Kors

Cushnie et Ochs

Karlie Kloss in Cushnie et Ochs with the gorgeous designers

Dennis Basso

Olivia Palermo in Dennis Basso

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