Stylist: Emma Jade Morrison assisted by Isabel Elena
Outfit: custom Brandon Maxwell
Makeup Artist: Joyce Bonelli using YSL Beauty and Patrick Ta Beauty
Hairstylist: Harry Josh assisted by Jacob Rozenberg
using Harry Josh® Pro Tools
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Jewelry: Stephen Russell
After days of eclectic and complex dresses we needed some time to rest. We decided to write about something strong but chic, case in point: Lily Aldridge‘s outfit for the CFDA Fashion Awards 2019, held at the Brooklyn Museum of Art on June 03, 2019.
Lily donned a custom Brandon Maxwell red satin long dress with a short cape covering her shoulders, from the Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection.
The model paired her noble ensemble with Stephen Russell platinum and diamond Art Deco earrings and red Jimmy Choo Minny sandals. She was also seen carrying a matching red satin clutch.
Aldridge‘s makeup was kept minimal with a bit of black eye pencil lining her eyes, some mascara and a juicy statement lip matching her dress. The products used were not specified, we just know that they were from YSL Beauty and Patrick Ta Beauty.
Harry Josh and his assistant Jacob Rozenberg styled the American beauty’s hair in a sleek ponytail, using Josh‘s Pro tools.
She accompanied the designer Brandon Maxwell who won an award later in the night.
Lily‘s nails were painted with Tenoverten products–they are all vegan, cruelty-free and made in the US.
In 2019, Brandon Maxwell took home his second CFDA Award as the designated Womenswear Designer of the Year. His first one was in 2016, winning the Emerging Talent Award for Ready-to-Wear (womenswear).
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.