There were some unusual choices on the CFDA Awards red carpet on Monday. Lupita Nyong'o wore a playful and colorful pants outfit by Suno. Marion Cotillard wore a Dior haute couture white lace dress with two protuberances billowing from around the rib cage. And actor Chris Kattan looked like he was auditioning for "Cabaret" in his louche black shorts as he reprised his SNL character Mango.
Rihanna, who was honored with the group's Style Icon Award, wore a custom-made fishnet dress by longtime stylist Adam Selman that was so sheer that it looked kind of like a piece of sparkly Saran Wrap.
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An earlier version of this post reported that Rihanna wore a dress by Jacob & Ring to the CFDA Awards. The dress was designed by Adam Selman. The diamond ring she wore was a Jacob & Ring creation. The post also reported that Marion Cotillard wore a Chanel dress. Her dress was designed by Dior.
Anna Wintour presented Rihanna's award, saying the singer has shown "that incredible style can help take a talented young woman from a small island to the world stage, and along the way spark a lot of conversation about elegance and empowerment." [Cut]
Joseph Altuzarra, Public School and the Row were among the night's award winners. [Los Angeles Times]
In other news, the soon-to-be Queen Letizia of Spain may give the Duchess of Cambridge some fashion competition. [Los Angeles Times]
Blond hair color does not correlate with any other trait — like intelligence — scientists have found, debunking the dumb blond stereotype. [Cut]
More than $200,000 was raised at a benefit Sunday night for the LGBT Community Center of New York, attended by a big fashion crowd including Isaac Mizrahi, Alexander Wang, Olivier Theyskens, Joseph Altuzarra, Narciso Rodriguez, Phillip Lim, Jenna Lyons and Joe Zee. [WWD]
"Burt's Buzz," a documentary about Burt's Bees founder Burt Shavitz, is scheduled to open Friday in theaters and will also be available via iTunes and On Demand. [Racked]
Who needs babysitters? A Tennesse bride walked down the aisle with her month-old infant secured to the train of her wedding gown. Not everyone was amused. [People]Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun