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It's an Olsen trifecta!
However, the famous twins made quite the splash on the red carpet when they showed up with sister Elizabeth Olsen! This is such a rare occasion to see the THREE famous Olsens in one photo!
The fashionistas were nominated for Womenswear Designer of the Year and Accessories Designer of the Year for their label, The Row.
Not surprisingly, the former child stars wore their own brand to the gala along with Sidney Garber jewels.
Earlier this week, Elizabeth couldn't help but gush about her older sisters and their fashion success!
Rihanna just snagged her second April cover for Vogue this year!
The Work songstress' US issue was unveiled on Thursday, starring the Bajan beauty in a sequined and sheer Tom Ford gown as she's standing on water.
Can't get enough of the beauty?? Read on for HIGHlights from her interview with Abby Aguirre:
In fact, both of their ensems resembled something you'd wear to sleep after brushing your hair exactly 100 strokes inside your fancy boudoir!
There's no doubt that Lorde was pretty much in a pair of silky Givenchy pajamas complete with lace-paneled nightgown and very comfy-looking pants.
The best part is she can just jump into bed without undressing after the party!
Demi's Zac Posen frock was slightly more formal, and featured a keyhole cut-out at the neckline and perforated panels throughout.
BTW, the 52-year-old looked like she just stepped out of the Fountain of Youth — her hair and skin are immaculate!
Check out more shots in the gallery (above)!
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It's one of fashion's biggest nights!
The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards took place in NYC on Monday and naturally featured some of the most stylish people on the red carpet!
'Daya kept things demure in a leaf-print, long-sleeved Thakoon ankle-length dress and fur-trimmed, low-heeled sandals that gave off a rather mature vibe for someone so young.
Although we know she can pull off almost anything!
Amanda, on the other hand, brought the sex appeal in full force in an artfully tattered Givenchy negligee with cut-outs along the thighs and an open back.
So Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof of her!
The actress smartly kept the hair and makeup low-key to keep from overwhelming such a sensual dress.
Who's your fave???
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Wow! It doesn't get much sweeter than this!
And one involves her now eight-month-old daughter, Charlotte!
Before passing away due to complications from cancer at the age of 82, Chelsea revealed the iconic designer knit a pink dress for her daughter. She divulged:
"The last conversation I ever had with Oscar was when my husband, Mark, and I called to thank him for Charlotte's gift, to see how he was doing, to see how he was feeling, to tell him that we were thinking about him, that we loved him. And of course all Oscar wanted to do was to talk about Charlotte — to see how she was doing, who did she look like, was she healthy, how was I feeling so soon after having given birth…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.
The mom of one continued:
"But most of all, Oscar had a generous spirit, a generous mind, and a truly limitless heart. The dress that Oscar made for Charlotte was among the last — if not the very last thing — he ever made. I will make sure that she knows that she is one very lucky little girl to have been given such a gift. I will also make sure that she knows that she's even luckier to live in a world that could create someone who was such a creator as Oscar de la Renta. And that we are better for the life that he lived and all the love that he gave away. I miss him every single day. Thank you all very much."
Alright. Cue the waterworks!
Is Charlotte officially the luckiest girl in the world, or what?? Hope she cherishes that knit frock forever.
We're seeing red! And we like it!
Diane and Jhené both rocked Prabal Gurung, although their respective dresses were completely different.
Diane's strapless number was sequined throughout and featured black bands along the bodice — while Jhene's gown featured a sexy square neckline and side cut-outs.
Karlie stood out by choosing a somewhat matronly Diane von Furstenberg dress featuring polka dots throughout and puffy sleeves, but the very low scoop neckline saved the gown from being too dowdy.
Moral of the story: you can never really go wrong with red!
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Drink in all this beauty, y'all!
There wasn't a bit of doubt that they looked stunning from the neck up, but their outfits were a different story.
January wore a J Mendel strapless jumpsuit that brought plenty of edginess to the event thanks to that wrapped, cut-out bodice, but we wish the pants had been tapered.
The bunched-up fabric around the ankles and the wrinkling along the thighs ruined an otherwise polished look.
Katie was super sleek in an olive green Ralph Lauren satin gown, which was complemented by her shiny long locks.
It wasn't very striking, but it worked! And Katie's pink cheeks were adorable!
Finally, there was Victoria, who wore a two-toned number of her own design with draped, surplice bodice and bias-cut skirt.
Though we usually love Posh Spice's designs, this gown was too underwhelming.
What did you think of these looks, Perezcious readers???
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