The CFDA Awards is one of the biggest nights in the industry's year - and 2015 did not disappoint.
After announcing she was pregnant with her second child, Kim Kardashian walked the red carpet in a sheer custom Proenza Schouler dress – despite suffering with nausea - with Kanye alongside in Haider Ackermann.
It was a big day for the Kardashian clan, with the release of Caitlin Jenner’s first magazine cover. Kim spoke of the kindness and support the family had experienced about her stepfather's transition to womenhood.
Chrissy Teigen, who looked amazing in a Solace London gown alongside Stuart Weitzman, suffered a potentially embarrassing wardrobe mishap. In true don't-take-life-too-seriously Chrissy form, she shared on Instagram: 'Wardrobe malfunction of the highest caliber. Let's just say the slit took it upon itself to rip 5 inches higher'.
Pharrell Williams, quite rightly, was honored as a fashion icon. When presenting the award, Kanye - as well as praising Pharrell, his 'big brother' and 'style idol' – suggested the industry had made his move into fashion designing difficult, calling it the 'hardest high school I ever entered'.
Betsey Johnson won the lifetime achievement award and caused a performance; cartwheeling on the stage and being helped up by pal Kelly Osbourne before giving her speech.
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen attended in their signature all-black looks got the womenswear gong for their label The Row, Tom Ford was honoured with menswear and Tabitha Simmons for accessories.
The red carpet looks were as fabulous as ever, with the decolletage being the side boob of the moment. The mod squad, including Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss, worked plunging necklines while bandeau and off-the-shoulder styles were the popular choices.
We've rounded up our best outfits of the evening...
Kim Kardashian opted for a sheer Proenza Schouler dress despite suffering from nausea with her second pregnancy and Kanye West gave Haider Ackermann a sports luxe spin in trainers.
Gigi Hadid looked glowing in a Michael Kors jumpsuit
Chrissy Teigen looked picture perfect as ever in a Solace London dress, which she suffered a bit of a mishap in when the already-high seam split an extra 5 inches
Victoria Beckham looked chic in one of her own classic designs with vintage jewellery which she sourced from an antiquity market earlier in the day
Diane Kruger opted for statement colour pop stripes in a Prabal Gurung maxi dress
Vanessa Hudgens looked classically elegant in a navy Sachin & Babi dress
Katie Holmes showed off her svelte figure in an elegant satin Ralph Lauren gown
Joan Smalls looked fierce in a zip-up white dress with a statement smokey eye and Jennifer Fisher ear cuff
Amanda Seyfried made a statement in sequinned Rodarte
January Jones eschewed the dress option in favour of a two-tone J.Mendel jumpsuit
Harley Viera-Newton worked the off-the-shoulder trend in a Cynthia Rowley dress, attending the awards with Cynthia herself
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, winners of the womenswear award, came dressed in their signature black wardrobes teamed with pretty covetable Chanel shoes
Karlie Kloss opted for a bravely plunging dress by CFDA council member Diane von Furstenberg and a pair of flats