CFDA Awards 2011 Red Carpet Fashion: Who Wore What

June 7, 2011
By Sheryl Blasnik

Lady Gaga CFDA fashion icon

Yesterday I wrote an article announcing the winners of the CFDA Awards 2011. There were some impressive names dropped.  Today I am going to switch it up and get to the all important WHO WORE WHAT.  Many of the fashion designers arrived with their muses; Michael Kors and Miranda Kerr, Francisco Costa and Kerry Washington, Zac Posen and model Sessilee Lopez, and Jason Wu with Model Karlie Kloss.

There did not appear to be a central theme or trend to the CFDA Awards red carpet arrivals.  Some opted for short, some for full length gowns.  There was shimmer and there were bold colors. Lady Gaga was awarded the Fashion Icon award wearing a custom Thierry Mugler bustier, towering platform shoes and a green wig.


CFDA Awards 2011

1. Chloe Sevigny in Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony.

2. Liv Tyler in Proenza Schouler.

3. Kirsten Dunst in Patrik Ervel.

CFDA Awards 2011

1. Marcia Cross in a Pamella Roland blue sequined halter jumpsuit.

2. Naomi Watts in a custom Calvin Klein Collection gold embroidered silk dress.

3. Lucy Lui in a Chantilly lace ball gown by Monique Lhuillier.

CFDA Awards 2011

1. Whitney Port in an ivory one shoulder gown by Pamella Roland.

2.  Ashley Olsen in a custom made dress by The Row.  Mary-Kate Olsen in a black suit by The Row with a gold Chanel sequin jacket.

3. Katie Cassidy in an ivory dress with a asymmetrical hemline by Behnaz Sarafpour.

CFDA Awards 2011

1.  Kerry Washington in Calvin Klein.

2.  Jessica Alba in color blocked maternity gown by Diane von Furstenberg.

3.  Kathy Griffin in a sequined Oscar de la Renta gown.

Who is your pick for Best Dressed? Comment below…

Photos: Getty Images

Sheryl Blasnik


One Response to CFDA Awards 2011 Red Carpet Fashion: Who Wore What

  1. Kristin on June 20, 2011 at 2:11 PM

    I thought Kerry Washington looked amazing! Thanks so much for becoming a Rosebud!

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