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2010 CFDA Awards

It's fashion's prom night, kittens!

As per usual, we have lots of bitchy dress-ripping to do, but first, we'd like to pretend that we're not bitches. So, congratulations to the winners and honorees of the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards!

Womenswear Designer of the Year – Marc Jacobs
Menswear Designer of the Year – Marcus Wainwright & David Neville for Rag & Bone
Accessory Designer of the Year – Alexis Bittar
Swarovski Award for Womenswear – Jason Wu
Swarovski Award for Menswear – Richard Chai
Swarovski Award for Accessory Design – Alexander Wang
Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award - Michael Kors
Eleanor Lambert Award - Tonne Goodman, Vogue
International Award - Christopher Bailey for Burberry
Fashion Icon Award - Iman
Eugenia Sheppard Award - Kim Hastreiter, Paper
Board of Directors’ Special Tribute - Alexander McQueen


Iman in Giambattista Valli Fall 2010





Bow the fuck down. To be honest, we don't lovelovelove the dress, but Iman is wearing it, which instantly and magically turns it into a much better dress. In her acceptance speech for the Fashion Icon award, she said that she can now say to her husband, "Move over. You're not the only icon in the house." LUV. HUH.

Brooke Shields in J. Mendel Couture





Oh, Brooke. If there is one celebrity we would most like the opportunity to give a makeover, it would be her. She's still a stunningly beautiful woman, but it's a mistake for any woman, no matter how beautiful, to attempt the exact same look she had when she was 15. Brooke darling, it's time for something new. We're talking mainly about the hair and makeup. The dress is fine. In fact, she dresses well more often than not. We just want to do a little eyebrow shaping, maybe thin out the hair a little and give her a more modern cut with a lighter shade of brown, and tell her that the '80s-style heavy makeup is so not in.

Gwyneth Paltrow in Michael Kors





Hate her, but she looks stunning.

Bitch.

Jessica Biel in Diane von Furstenberg





Do not love. It's just a little too South Beach for the CFDAs.

Diane von Furstenberg in DVF





This is also a little beachy (but less so). But this is Diane von Fucking Furstenberg and she can wear whatever the hell she wants to (and does). The lady knows how to work a dress.

Dakota Fanning in Marchesa Bridal 2011




We've said before that very young girls can wear white and not have it look bridal. Granted, the length doesn't look very bridal to us, so that plus her youth makes it all work. She looks really cute.

Rachel Weisz in Jason Wu




She looks like she stopped by the CFDAs on the way home from the office. Come on now. We expect big and bold for this event. Not Executive Assistant.

Whitney Port in David Meister





It's big and dramatic and metallic, with just enough leg and side boob to make her look sexy. Hate the hair, though.

Emilie de Ravin in Max Azria





"Moy Bye-bye!"

Sorry. We're feeling a little nostalgic. Anyway, why does she always wear these super short dresses that totally obscure her figure? Like little ruffled barrels.

Sarah Jessica Parker in Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2010





SJP BROUGHT IT. And she's taking it home with her. Stunning.

But that bag is a mistake.

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