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The model's bondage-inspired Versace minidress which paid homage to a look Crawford wore in 1992.
The model celebrated her birthday in a sexy ensemble so similar to what her mom wore decades ago.
It may be a school night but the industry’s biggest names have donned their finest clobber for the Fashion Awards 2018.Every year, the Royal Albert Hall plays host to models, designers and up-and-coming starlets for a night of celebration (and seriously covetable outfits).Cindy Crawford reminded us why she’s still our go-to style muse in a thigh-high split dress with fellow models Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn following suit in co-ordinating styles.Meanwhile, it was a family affair for Victoria Beckham who brought along husband David and son Brooklyn for the star-studded evening.But it was Suki Waterhouse who really stole our hearts in a cool girl dress and jazzy loafers – a sartorial tribute to the sixties.From Liam Payne to Alexa Chung, take a look at what your favourite A-listers wore at the Fashion Awards 2018 above.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Dakota Johnson demonstrates the art of festive party dressing on the red carpet Emily Blunt’s top red carpet moments: The British actress’ evolution into a style sensation Best dressed celebrities: December’s top A-list fashion moments so far
On Monday night, the world’s most influential fashion icons gathered at the Brooklyn Museum in New York for the annual CFDA awards.Kim Kardashian arrived wearing a Grecian co-ord by Rick Owens while Gigi Hadid made a statement in a rainbow, Versace catsuit.Cindy Crawford’s model daughter Kaia Gerber worked the ‘woke up like this look’ in a pyjama inspired look and Kendall Jenner made a style statement in a lilac, feathered dress by Off-White.Other celebrities that attended the CFDA awards included ‘Riverdale’ stars Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes and Hollywood stars Cate Blanchett, Lupita Nyong’o and Sarah Paulson.Models Winnie Harlow, Karlie Kloss, Ashley Graham and Alessandra Ambrosio also showed off their sartorial prowess in a wealth of designer ensembles.Scroll through for the best dressed celebrity fashion from the 2018 CFDA awards.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Kim Kardashian just went out in an entirely sheer dress12 times Angelina Jolie nailed timeless Hollywood style Best dressed celebrities May 2018
It’s almost time to bid farewell to May and reflect on all the best A-list style inspiration.The stars seem to have got the memo: they’re packing away the huge winter coats and opting for something more befitting of the slightly-less-freezing weather.Take Kaia Gerber, who looked sensational in a cut-out Versace LBD at the OMEGA event in Germany, or Priyanka Chopra who positively nailed her spring-in-the-city look wearing a cropped jumper and high-waisted denim.As always, Bella Hadid was on top of her street style game in Chanel while Chloë Sevigny proved her style prowess is still as strong as ever.Later in the month, the FROW-goers were out in force for Chanel Cruise’s 2018/2019 collection at Le Grand Palais – Lily Rose Depp, Kristen Stewart and Margot Robbie among the guest clad in Chanel.And then there was Cannes Film Festival (an entire fashion spectacle in itself).As the month rounded to a close, we saw excellent looks from Holly Willoughby at the Chelsea Flower Show, Millie Bobby Brown at a ‘Stranger Things’ panel talk and T Swift at the Billboard awards.Here’s your best-dressed stars of the month…Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:May’s top fashion buys: 13 items we’re spending our pay cheque on this monthMay’s best beauty: Our pick of the top hair, body and face products to shop this monthDavid Gandy wants the legal age for unchaperoned models to be 21: “I think we go into this industry too young”