Modeling Down the CFDA Red Carpet!
Earlier this week, another big event related to the fashion industry took place in New York City. It was the annual CFDA Awards and their best guest, elegance, didn't stay outside. Designers, models and editors were there celebrating the best American talents and showing off the style that makes them who they are on the red carpet.

Among the best dressed ladies was a nice number of models, demonstrating what they've been learning about fashion and styling both on runway shows and editorial shootings. While some of them were photographed alone, others were joined by the designers who can't stay far from their most inspiring muses.



One of the ladies that went as a designer's muse was Crystal Renn.  Accompanying Zac Posen, she caught everyone's attention in a diva-like metallic cocktail dress and bright orange lips. Pulled up in an elegant fashion, Crystal's dark hair was back!




Constance Jablonski was picture by Olivier Theysken' side displaying her endless legs in a super short dress. Effortlessly chic, the model wore her blonde hair down and subtle smoky eyes.




Despite her name, Arizona Muse was pictured alone. Embracing the influences of the Swinging 60's, the model wore a silvery mini dress with knee-high black boots.





Keeping things short, the blondies Candice Swanepoel and Dree Hemingway opted for knee-length breezy dresses. While Candice preferred to look romantic in a delicate valentino lace dress matched with a braided hair do, Dree chose a more rock & roll oufit, layering a leather cropped jacket over her light dress.







Jessica StamErin Heatherton, Hilary Rhoda, Doutzen Kroes and Joan Smalls decided to go the long way, becoming fashion goddesses in their lovely gowns.


Jessica made an impact in a Jason Wu sheer blue chiffon dress worn over a short black lace slip.




Heatherton dazzled in a bright turquoise floaty gown, paired with gold accessories and a glowing tan.




Hilary Rhoda took blue to a more athletic level, mixing three shades in one youthful gown.




Kroes went for the eternal black in a sheer plunging gown that spiced the red carpet!





At last, supporting Michael Kors in a simple white asymmetrical design, Joan Smalls looked absolutely graceful.