Who Wore What :: CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Gala

Monday night, the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Gala at Skylight SOHO was a total style whirlwind.

At the event, designed to award emerging designers with huge design dreams, the A-list attendees’ looks are what really got my attention. From Chanel Iman’s bright orange skinny belt and matching nails to Karlie Kloss’ super-fly eyewear, there were bold style statements too loud to ignore.

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Chanel Iman

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CFDA Fashion Awards Honor Industry Talent

NEW YORK - JUNE 07: Actress Sarah Jessica Parker and designer Diane von Furstenberg Diane von Furstenberg attend the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on June 7, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

The 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards, arguably the biggest night in fashion, recognized industry players for their contributions to American fashion on Monday night at Lincoln Center.

The evening’s honorees included famed supermodel, Iman, who received the Fashion Icon Award.

On the CFDA’s big night, it should therefore be no surprise that we’ve got a whole load of who-wore-what to share with you. Read more for all the pics, or browse the full list of winners.


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Where’s The Money I Gave to Haiti?!

Via Tweetphoto (@toryburch)

Donated money to Haiti? Wondering what’s happening with it?

At least one organization is putting its money where its mouth is.

This evening, the Council of Fashion Designers of America handed over $1 million to President Bill Clinton.

Diane von Furstenberg noted just how super-excited she was about the occasion on Twitter.

Tory Burch also shared the moment with her followers.

In January, the CFDA created needed awareness about Haiti’s plight with the launch of their “Fashion for Haiti” T-shirt.

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Michael Kors Pledges to Help Models Stay Healthy

Many continue to hope for runways without emaciated, unhealthy-looking, underage models.

But the Council of Fashion Designers of America is actually trying to make it happen. They’ve set up the CFDA Health Initiative, which promotes the well-being of models working in the industry.

Seems that model health is such an important matter that  Anna Wintour, Michael Kors and Natalia Vodianova made themselves available for for a panel discussion at the Harvard Business School Monday night.

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