Sleek suiting was all of the rage on Monday at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York, with stars including Emma Chamberlain, Law Roach and Paloma Elsesser putting their own unique spins on the tailoring trend.
As reported by WWD, suits of all styles are one of this season’s top trends. Spanning couture, menswear and ready-to-wear, uniform flares like bold shoulders, peaked lapels and tailored topcoats show no signs of slowing down — just take it from Alexander McQueen, Valentino and Jean Paul Gaultier.
Ahead, four stars who embraced power dressing at this year’s CFDA Fashion Awards.
Chamberlain combined suiting with another popular trend — lingerie-inspired details — in a bandaged bustier column gown and cropped tweed blazer by Thom Browne. The influencer accessorized with point-toe pumps and a black hair bow.
Celebrated “image architect” Roach sported a khaki topcoat with peak lapels and a matching maxiskirt featuring curious cutouts. The stylist’s Luar ensemble also included a white button-up, a pale satin tie and fishnet stockings. Roach completed his look with a pair of brown snakeskin boots, oversized aviators and a geometric top handle purse.
Elsesser wore an ivory tuxedo jacket over a white tank top and a high-waisted skirt featuring a thigh-high slit. The supermodel added on a diamond chain necklace by Cicada, as well as a pair of pearl-embellished pumps.
Lily Aldridge opted for an oversized look, wearing a baggy black suit by Jason Wu over a bedazzled demi bra by Victoria’s Secret. The model’s Tiffany & Co. jewelry included diamond dangle earrings.
Since 1980, the Council of Fashion Designers of America has celebrated the top talent in fashion design with the CFDA Fashion Awards. Presented by Amazon Fashion, this year’s ceremony is held at the Museum of Natural History and hosted by actress Anne Hathaway.
Bridal couturier (and longtime CFDA member) Vera Wang is set to receive the Board of Directors Tribute, while New York-based designer Mara Hoffman will be honored with the Environmental Sustainability Award.