CFDA Awards Star Styles: Uber Fab and Super Bad!

Jun. 16 2009, Published 12:30 p.m. ET

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The CFDA Awards took center stage in New York's fashion scene last night, with top American designers, celebrities, socialites and supermodels merging at Lincoln Center to tote the accomplishments and contributions made to American fashion by the industries' most influential and statement-making experts.

Marc Jacobs scooped up the International Award for his contribution to Louis Vuitton. Rodarte designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, took home the most prized Womenswear Designer of the Year Award, and Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough (recently bloodied by a Kiefer Sutherland headbutt) nabbed the accessories award. For the Emerging Talent Award, celebrity red carpet favorite Alexander Wang picked up the prize.

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While the CFDA Awards are about the designers and industry insiders, everyone was looking to see who dressed who and what they were wearing.

Supermodel Heidi Klum showed off her high-end style in a silver-crushed lame Michael Kors asymmetrical mini, Diane Kruger also went mini in a flashy-yet-classy body-hugging Jason Wu belted number, Blake Lively scored high style points in a neon pink Michael Kors sheath dress with pockets, and more!

Heidi Klum

Click here to see a gallery of the uber fab styles.

Although it was a fashion affair, some stars missed the style mark. Victoria's Secret Angel Doutzen Kroes wore a long, red Zac Posen gown that resembled a flamenco dancer's number, Park Avenue gal Fabiola Beracasa turned a fab Proenza Shouler number into a freaky, feathery costume, Michelle Trachtenberg looked stuffed into a Behnaz Sarafpour ensemble, and more!



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