Celebrity Evening-wear | 2015 CFDA Awards Best Dressed


With the fashion’s elite designers and celebrities on the red carpet, creating the 2015 CFDA Awards Best Dressed list was just the evening-wear inspiration I needed for summer weddings and parties coming up.

The fashion industry’s Oscars had a lot to offer … celebrity style makeup ideas, hairstyles and evening gowns.

When the best of American fashion is honored … chic happens!!!

The VIP best dressed list includes Coco Rocha, Diane Kruger, and Victoria Beckham to name a few.

First in Vogue’s best dressed list is Amanda Seyfried wearing a shimmering red, gold blue dress by Rodarte and according to e-online among the stylish winners was  super model Gigi Hadid who wore a gold Michael Kors flare 1970s style jumpsuit.

As for Vanity Fair, the number one in their best dressed list is Diane Kruger wearing a maxi Prabal Gurung dress.

Check out my favorites, even though to be honest the minimal androgynous style of J. Crew creative director’s, Jenna Lyons appeals to me more this year.

Who is your winner of the 2015 CFDA awards best dressed list?


coco rocha, jessica hart, katharine mcphee, CFDA awards 2015

Coco Rocha, Jessica Hart, Katharine McPhee at the CFDA awards 2015

Victoria Beckham,Diane von Furstenberg,Vanessa Hudgens best dressed read carpet

Victoria Beckham, Diane von Furstenberg, Vanessa Hudgens

2015 CFDA Awards Best Dressed- celebrity red carpet,hilary rhoda,dree hemingway,emmy rossum

Celebrity red carpet style Hilary Rhoda, Dree Hemingway and Emmy Rossum

2015 CFDA Awards Best Dressed-michelle monaghan,amanda seyfried,harley viera-newton CFDA awards

Michelle Monaghan, Amanda Seyfried and Harley Viera-Newton

Gigi Hadid, Diane Kruger, Karlie Kloss

Gigi Hadid, Diane Kruger, Karlie Kloss

Images – Who What Wear

Have a lovely Day!!!

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