“It’s all about the woman,” says Michael Kors. “I have to say, the dress is the frame, but it’s really the woman is the picture.”
Then Gwyneth Paltrow was the picture of perfection last night, wearing a sexy custom one-shoulder black gown by her designer friend Michael Kors, who received the Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards.
“It’s a really nice chance for me to get to see Michael and spend a little time with him and you know I am I’m so proud of him being honored tonight. He’s an American legend and he should be getting this lifetime achievement award. So, it’s really nice to see it happen,” Gwyneth told us.
Fashionista Sarah Jessica Parker also hit the red carpet to pay tribute to the late Alexander McQueen. Her floral gown by the designer was a bit much for me. Not her best look. Also going bold - Jessica Biel in an animal print Diane von Furstenberg, which I did not like at all. It just didn’t seem appropriate for such a high fashion event.
16-year-old Dakota Fanning looked adorable and age appropriate in her short white Marchesa cocktail dress. The strapless lace number is actually from the bridal collection!
“It’s my first time and I get to be a presenter tonight, which is such an honor and I’m very excited to be here.”
She told us she’s bracing for the release of ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ which opens June 30.
“I am yeah. It’s very soon. I’m very excited for everyone to see it.”
Iman was honored with the Fashion Icon Award. “It’s a huge deal. It’s a huge deal,” she told us. “It’s like the Oscars of the fashion world.”
“I think it’s just really a major honor when you’re honored by your own peers, so you know and you know they don’t take these things lightly and they don’t come around. The Fashion Icon Award doesn’t come around easily. It’s not a yearly thing. So, you know I’m very honored.”
The 54-year-old looks amazing and gave her secrets to looking so young.
“Don’t sweat it, have fun, smile.”
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