Brit beauty Kate Winslet joined fashion’s finest at the opening of Impact: 50 Years Of The CFDA in New York
With its opening night appropriately coinciding with the first day of New York Fashion Week, the celebratory exhibition, Impact: 50 Years Of The CFDA, saw celebrities and designers galore, from Kate Winslet to Diane Von Furstenberg, raising a toast to the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
Working a slinky St John LBD, Kate Winslet was the ultimate Brit girl abroad, adding a side-swept up-do and blush pink cheeks for the perfect English rose glow.
Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman modelled a jumpsuit from her fashion archives, as seen on Leighton Meester back in 2010, while fashion dame Diane Von Furstenberg wrapped up in a shawl coat and boots to brave the cold.
And fashion favourites Prabal Gurung, Vera Wang, Tommy Hilfiger and Zac Posen were all smiles, ahead of their autumn winter presentations at New York Fashion Week over the coming days.