On Monday evening, the biggest names in fashion traveled all the way to Brooklyn, New York for this year’s CFDA Fashion Awards. Celebs gathered at the Brooklyn Museum where Insecure actress, Issa Rae, played host and had the audience laughing at her Kim and Kanye West shots, ahem I mean, jokes LOL.

Below are the must-see looks of the night:

Issa Rae in a Pyer Moss Dress

Kim Kardashian West in Rick Owens


Tracee Ellis Ross in Carolina Herrera + Tiffany & Co Jewelry

Karlie Kloss in Jason Wu

Lily Aldridge in Brock Collection

Mary Kate + Ashley Olsen in The Row

Kendall Jenner in Alexandre Vauthier Couture Dress + Jimmy Choos

Laura Harrier in Sies Marjan

Gigi Hadid in Versace

Joan Smalls in Brandon Maxwell

Naomi Campbell in Calvin Klein

Amber Heard in Michael Kors

Winne Harlow in Tommy Hilfiger


The Fall 2018 New York Fashion Week runway shows have indicated that we will be taking a fashion trip back to the 1980s decade. Many of this decades trends included animal print, furs, metallic, leather, tracksuits, and colorful tights.

Scroll down to see some of Fall 2018 fashion trends from the runway:

Animal Print

Bottega Veneta

Caroline Herrera


Michael Kors

Alexander Wang

Colorful Fur

Marc Jacobs

Christian Cowan


Calvin Klein

Sies Marjan

Colorful Tights

Ulla Johnson

Jeremy Scott

Long Leather Coats

Alexander Wang

Dion Lee





Zoe Kravitz in Dior Haute Couture

Julianne Hough in Marchesa

Issa Rae in Custom Vera Wang

Kiernan Shipka in Miu Miu

Sofia Vergara in Mark Zunino

Mandy Moore in Carolina Herrera

Tracee Ellis Ross in Chanel Haute Couture

Viola Davis in Zac Posen

Nicole Kidman in Calvin Klein

Reese Witherspoon in Stella McCartney

Shailene Woodley in Ralph Lauren

Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein

Jane Fonda in Brandon Maxwell

Elizabeth Moss in Prabal Gurung

Sarah Paulson in Carolina Herrera

Yara Shahidi in Prada

Gina Rodriguez in Naeem Khan


For her first State Dinner, the First Lady wore a strapless, fitted gown by Indian-American designer Naeem Khan. .

The very first State Dinner took place in November 2009 and Michelle stunned in a Naeem Khan Dress

The First Lady sparkles in an electric blue dress by Peter Soronen.

May 2010 – Dress by Peter Soronen

Michelle Obama is the definition of elegance in this stunning, red silk gown by Alexander McQueen.

January 2011 – Silk Gown by Alexander McQueen

The entire dress was covered in silver beads, white sequins, and metallic thread to give it a multi-dimensional sparkle.

June 2011 – Dress by Naeem Khan

Michelle Obama wears a beautiful purple gown with turquoise beaded waist by Korean-American designer Doo-Ri Chung.

October 2011 – Dress by Doo-Ri Chung

While Michelle Obama's navy, off-the-shoulder Marchesa gown is lovely, her statement necklace by Tom Binns definitely stole the show.

March 2012 – Gown by Marchesa

After a year without a State Dinner, the First Lady stunned the nation in this gorgeous Carolina Herrera gown with a sheer, lace overlay and voluminous blue skirt.

February 2014 – Carolina Herrera Gown

Michelle Obama wears an elegant Tadashi Shoji gown with appliqué details on the bodice and a tulle skirt.

April 2015 – Tadashi Shoji Gown

Quite possible one of the First Lady's most iconic looks, the President couldn't help but give his wife a thumbs up for this stunning black Vera Wang gown.

September 2015 – Vera Wang Gown

This custom, strapless jacquard gown by Jason Wu is perfection on the first Lady.

March 2016 – Jason Wu Gown

Michelle Obama again opts for a gorgeous dress by Naeem Khan, this time in a blush color with an asymmetrical neckline.

May 2016 – Dress by Naeem Khan

The President gives another thumbs up for his wife's flawless style in this strapless white dress by Brandon Maxwell.

August 2016 – Dress by Brandon Maxwell

For her final State Dinner as FLOTUS, Michelle Obama wore an incredible rose gold gown by Versace and completely lit up the White House.

October 2016 – Versace Gown