05 Jun THE 2019 CFDA AWARDS
The 2019 CFDA Awards
June was graced by the 2019 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards. As we sit back and watch the exciting array of gowns and suits hit the runway, we can’t help but feel inspired by the differing and striking colours, styles and cuts.
If you want to know what you should be wearing this winter, join us as we delve into all of the new and old trends for this upcoming winter season.
Tuxedo Dressing – Lili Reinhart
At this years 2019 Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards, Lili Reinhart stepped out in a stunning black and white Carolina Herrera tuxedo dress. Detailing a dramatic custom-made black collar by Wes Gordon himself, it is safe to say Lili looked effortless and elegant.
If you are in love with this look just as much as we are, shop the Say My Name Blazer by Vestire at Harry & Gretel today. Not only does this number perfectly execute the suiting trend of the 2018/19 runways, it also signifies a new colour trend.
Pale and baby blues were a popular shade for this years awards show. With big name celebrities and designers such as Gigi Hadid, Karolina Kurktova, and Virgil Abloh all rocking blue tones.
The Say My Name blazer by Vestire is a stunning addition to your winter wardrobe. Whether you wear it as a statement done-up to showcase the distinct double-breasted feature and alongside its matched Say My Name Pant. Or to wear it more casually undone and thrown over a t-shirt dress, the blazer really does do all the talking. Check out Gigi Hadid’s rendition of the suiting trend below.
Gigi Hadid wore Off-White, featuring a playful bumbag, over-sized blazer, soft and light blue hues, and her hair down with natural long waves.
The Pant Trend – Devon Windsor
The Met Gala may have featured extravagant silhouettes, stunning gowns and all things extra, however the CFDA awards had something else in mind… Pants!
From pleated pants to suits and the over-sized, pants were a popular and comfortable option this year. With celebs such as Devon Windsor, Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls and Brooke Shields and Taylor Hill, all suiting this trend.
Devon wore a white Kobi Halperin outfit that features a beaded crop, and slim-fitting pant and natural make-up.
Emily Ratakjowski also sported this trend when she wore a striking Hellessey two-piece. The detailing in the pant and bursts of colour in Ratakjowski’s attire, says it all. Take a look below, we love the natural waves and rose hues featured in her make-up!
The Bramwell Pant by Viktoria & Woods
Shop the Bramwell Pant by Viktoria & Woods and channel your inner Devon or Em. In a playful black and white check and made from a stunningly luxe and premium wool blend, you will feel in-style and comfortable in this number. The Bramwell Pant features elegant pleats, a straight leg and belt loops. Paired with a camisole, white tee, or turtle neck, this look is easy and on-trend.
Black Chic – Bella Hadid
When in doubt, black is always the safest option, however we did not expect it to be so popular for this years awards. Bella Hadid showed us just how black glam is done when she stepped out onto the carpet wearing a breath-taking Michael Kors collection dress. Featuring feathers, sequins, a bare back and a curly up-do, you can’t help but adore this retro glam inspired look. And if sequins are not your cup of tea, you may find some black chic inspo from the following other celebs such as the Olsen Twins who rocked their own fashion label, The Row.
Animal Fever Top by Bec & Bridge
If you are loving this trend just as much as we are, shop the Animal Fever Top by Bec & Bridge today. Edgy and sheer, this number is the perfect evening statement. Team it with black pants for a distinct all black ensemble, or with a pair of navy, dark-wash blue jeans for something a little more casual. Whatever you do, the Animal Fever Top has your name on it.
If you however, have taken inspiration from cuts and silhouettes the looming winter brings, the Nancy Turtleneck by Hansen & Gretel may be your calling.
The Nancy Turtleneck by Hansen & Gretel is the perfect winter staple, that makes your regular turtleneck look a little boring. This number features a high collar and is fitted on the body. Perfect for all seasons, the Nancy Turtleneck is versatile and can be worn tucked into jeans or underneath a slip dress.
We hope you love all the trends from this years 2019 Council of Fashion Designers of America awards and take inspiration to your next shopping spree at Harry & Gretel.