The big winner on the night was editor's favourite, Joseph Altuzarra, who took home $300,000 to go towards his business as well the mentoring that comes along with the prize money. Pamela Love and Chicago, Shane Gabier and Chris Peters of Creatures of the Wind were the runners up and will walk away with $100,000 and of course, the mentorship from the CFDA's Business Advisory Committee.
Every model from Liya Kebede to Joan Smalls attended as well as designers like Donna Karan, keynote speaker Calvin Klein and past winner Alexander Wang.
When it comes to fashionable basketballers, you'll be forgiven for having Amar'e Stoudemire's name spring to mind. Afterall, the sportsman has been courted by American Vogue and is often seen sitting front row at all of the big shows. But Stoudemire isn't the only basketballer that is trying to get a foot into the fashion world.
Last week Carmelo Anthony confirmed that he has just shot a spread in Vogue Italia shot by Mark Seliger in a studio in New York. Yeah, actually I did like a six- or seven-page spread for Italian Vogue,” he told The Cut. “It was just me in a fashion spread, six to eight pages, something like that.”