Kim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid and Diane Kruger at the CFDAs 2015 [Rex]

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CFDA Fashion Awards 2015: All Of The Best Dresses From The Red Carpet

CFDAs: All The Best Dresses

Last night the biggest names in fashion headed to the CFDA Fashion Awards at the Lincoln Centre to see who would be crowned the crème de la crème of the style world.

We saw Pharrell Williams crowned this year's Fashion Icon, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen scooped the Womenswear Designer of the Year prize for The Row, while Tom Ford was named Best Menswear Designer, and Tabitha Simmons scored the Accessories Designer prize.

It was also the night that Kim Kardashian graced the red carpet for the first time since announcing she's expecting baby No. 2 with Kanye West. With no baby bump discernible just yet, she took the chance to kick of her second maternity style stint in a sheer Proenza Schouler gown with feather-detail shoulders. Classsic Kim K.

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Off the stage, the red capret was awash with classic black and ivory, but the likes of Jemima Kirke, Natasha Poly and Diane Kruger brought a hit of colour to proceedings in a series of scarlet dresses. We're in love with Diane's sprakling Prabal Gurung number.

Jumpsuits were big news on the night, with January Jones, Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid all rocking all in ones. Gigi's custom Michael Kors number was definitely a head-turner, in all-over gold sequins.

The night's most touching moment was of course Hilary Clinton's speech about the late Oscar de la Renta, who was honoured with an In Memorial award. She said of her dear friend: "He had a remarkable combination of kind honesty and honest kindness. He believed that in the right light, and yes, the right dress, anyone – even a shy, awkward girl, could shine a little more brightly. He was always relentlessly focused on the future: whether a new season, or a new child, and yet he never forgot who his family and his friends and his colleagues were, with whom he had already created his legacy."

Click through the night's best looks in the gallery above.

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