Stylist: Jessica Paster
Outfit: Christopher John Rogers
Makeup Artist: Jenn Streicher using Tom Ford Beauty
Hairstylist: Blake Erik
Manicurist: Yuko Tsuchihashi using Uka
Shoes: Titi Adesa
This year, Tom Ford chose actress Emily Blunt to host the CFDA Fashion Awards held at The Seagram Building on November 10, 2021 in New York City.
Ford revealed in a press statement: “Emily is one of the most talented actresses in the world. Her timeless style and elegance light up any room. The wonderful thing about Emily is that she is both kind and intelligent. I have great admiration for her.”
Blunt stunned in a neon orange Christopher John Rogers ensemble from the Resort 2022 collection paired with Titi Adesa Agra Tangerine pointy pumps, handcrafted in smooth suede and elevated on a stiletto of 110mm heel.
The British actress accessorized the look with an incredible Bulgari talisman necklace from the Monete collection, depicting an ancient Roman coin set in 18-karat pink gold and diamonds (the image on the coin is slightly different from the one she’s wearing).
Other beautiful pieces she wore, were a pair of Bulgari Serpenti Viper earrings in 18k rose gold and pavé diamonds, a Serpenti Seduttori ring on her right middle finger and a Bulgari Serpenti Viper 18k rose gold and pavé diamond two-coil ring on her right ring finger among others.
Check out the process Emily‘s makeup artist Jenn Streicher followed to create the actress’ airy and soft look.
Here you have a close-up look at the kit and the lip color used by Jenn–from Tom Ford Beauty in the shade ‘Blush Nude‘.
Manicurist Yuko Tsuchihashi used an Uka ‘pedicure study 9 / pedi’ nail polish in the shade ‘Ebony Brown‘ to paint Blunt‘s nails.
The CFDA is the Council of Fashion Designers of America. It was founded in 1962 by publicist Eleanor Lambert and is a not-for-profit trade association of over 450 American fashion and accessory designers.
The organization promotes American designers in the global economy. In addition to hosting the annual CFDA Fashion Awards, the organization develops future American design talent through scholarships and resources in high schools, colleges, and post-graduate schools.
The CFDA also provides funding and business opportunities for working designers. Through the CFDA Foundation, the organization supports charitable causes.