Beautiful garments were in a spotlight during Monday night’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards celebration in Brooklyn, N.Y.—but there was copiousness of good valuables to ogle during a high-profile conform event, too.
The gala, that celebrates rising designers handpicked by a Council of Fashion Designers of America (the CFDA), crowned a new king of conform Monday: engineer Kerby Jean-Raymond, founder of the provocative Pyer Moss brand.
Jean-Raymond—whose thought-provoking collections have called out social injustices, gun violence, racism, and military violence—took home a tip prize, which comes finished with a $400,000 purse and mentorships with tip conform designers.
Pyer Moss’s thorough DNA, that embraces body, age, gender, and secular diversity, done for refreshing fashion-watching Monday night. It wasn’t so prolonged ago that a event’s red runner felt like a container conduit ushering in white, size-2 models roughly exclusively.
But on Monday night, Vogue and a CFDA showed that they’re receiving a messages both consumers and brands are broadcasting: farrago and inclusivity aren’t conform trends—they’re a destiny of fashion.
The event’s concentration is clothes, though what are good garments though torpedo jewels? (The CFDA Awards, a apart annual event, honors valuables and accessories.) Gala attendees didn’t defect there. Here are 5 not-to-be-missed valuables moments from a event.
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Madonna’s daughter, Lourdes Leon, wins our endowment for most offbeat appendage of a evening: a span of long, silver-tone earrings swinging little white china purses. Yes, tangible china purses! She also wore a china (or white bullion or platinum) necklace bearing the initial “L.”
Model Ebonee Davis wore a overwhelming Pyer Moss purple jumpsuit from engineer Kerby Jean-Raymond—paired with thin-but-huge hoop earrings drizzling a singular pearl.
Actress Logan Browning also wore Pyer Moss, and what looks to be (this is unconfirmed) a span of Annie Costello Brown geometric bullion earrings.
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Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour paired her resolutely printed floral dress with reams of gold, pearl, and clear (maybe diamond??) necklaces.
Model Dree Hemingway came festooned in delicate, small gold hoop earrings and layered bullion necklaces—the casual-feeling jewelry was a confidant choice for such a high-profile event, though it positively worked.
Top: Lourdes Leon in earrings that underline tiny coin purses (photo pleasantness of Pyer Moss)