CFDA Fashion Icon Award Winners

Rihanna is the newest celebrity to be honored by the Council of Fashion Designers of America with a Fashion Icon Awards. The Barbados-born singer is only the 8th recipient of the prestigious title that solidifies the recipient’s status as a style icon.


While the CFDA has started giving out awards for outstanding accomplishment in the field of fashion in 1981, the first Fashion Icon Award was only awarded in 2012. Discover the CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners, outsiders who made a huge impact in the fashion world with their gorgeous style.


2014 – Rihanna


The latest celebrity to be included in the very exclusive club of CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners, Rihanna will receive the prestigious award at the CFDA Fashion Awards on June 2. A true chameleon, both in regards to her fashion choices and her hairstyles, Rihanna is also the face of Balmain for the brand spring/summer 2014 campaign.


After landing her second big fashion campaign (the first was Armani Jeans), Rihanna also made headlines at the Paris Fashion Week F/W 14 with a daring mesh top.


2012 – Johnny Depp


Johnny Depp Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2012


The only man ever included in the list of CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners, Johnny Depp has proven himself to be a fashion trend-setter. While his scarves, bandanas and jewelry aren’t a good fit for every man, Depp has managed to become a style icon for millions of young men.


Depp’s quirky fashion sense has truly become iconic in the past decade and nobody few men can pull off a fedora as well as him. His four year relationship with Kate Moss, another CFDA Fashion Award winner, certainly seemed to help the actor develop his unique style.


2011 – Lady Gaga


Lady Gaga Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2011


After outrageous fashion moments like her meat dress or showing up in an egg on the Grammy Awards red carpet, few can disagree that the singer is a fashion visionary. Honored by the CDFA for her daring style choices and her trend-setting appeal, Lady Gaga continued to strengthen her ties to the fashion world.


Choosing some of the biggest fashion photographers in the world to direct her videos and becoming the face of Versace, the singer has certainly proven her win was justified.


2010 – Iman


Iman Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2010


The Somali fashion model married to David Bowie has truly made an impact in the fashion world, both in her 14 years as a professional models and by creating her own cosmetics line (Iman Cosmetics) and signing young Somali designers to represent it.


After making her debut in the pages of Vogue in 1976, Iman has worked with major designers from Gianni Versace and Calvin Klein to Yves Saint-Laurent and Donna Karan, making her one of the most accomplished CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners.


2005 – Kate Moss


Kate Moss Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2005


From her heroin chic days to her return as one of the biggest supermodels in the world, Kate Moss has modeled for all the major fashion brands and continues to be one of the most well-paid models in the world. After being honored by the CFDA, Kate Moss’ career took a step back related to a cocaine scandal, but in a year she was back on top, proving that her status as a fashion icon is untouchable.


2004 – Sarah Jessica Parker


Sarah Jessica Parker Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2004


After “Sex and the City” ended, Sarah Jessica Parker was welcomed in the club of CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners. The trend-setting looks she wore as Carrie Bradshaw contributed to her status as a style icon, but Parker continued to push boundaries by becoming the face of Gap and even launching her own perfumes and shoes. A close friend to Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, the actress is also a rumored contender for the prestigious position after Wintour’s retirement.


2003 – Nicole Kidman


Nicole Kidman Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2003


One of the most impressive red carpet fashion icons, Nicole Kidman was the first actress to be honored by the CFDA. Her flawless looks during award season still keep her at the top of Hollywood’s best dressed list.


2002 – C.Z. Guest


C Z Guest Cfda Fashion Icon Award Winner 2002


A muse to artists like Andy Warhol and Salvador Dal?, C.Z. Guest was one of the first true fashion icons. The socialite who also became a fashion designer later in life was the first among the select list of CFDA Fashion Icon Award winners. Named in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1959, C.Z. Guest died one year later after receiving the CFDA distinction.


 


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Michelle Obama Best Fashion Moments

During her first 6 years as the First Lady, Michelle Obama has used her looks to promote young designers and bring more color along with cooler trends to the White House. A true fashion icon, Obama has impressed with daring choices ever since her first events at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and has managed to get high praise from both stylists and fashion critics.

See Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments, from her first White House appearance to her new China visit, and discover the designers behind them.

First White House Appearance – Maria Pinto

Michelle Obama Maria Pinto Red Dress

Michelle Obama’s winning fashion streak began during Barack Obama’s first campaign, but she really made a splash with her first White House appearance. The coral red dress designed by Maria Pinto is definitely one of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments and showed the First Lady wasn’t going to settle for the boxy feel of previous 1600 Penn fashion.

Michelle Obama’s Inaugural Gown – Jason Wu

Michelle Obama Jason Wu White Gown

The inaugural ball allowed the First Lady to show off a more daring fashion choice and she went for a stunning Jason Wu asymmetric column dress. At the time, Michelle Obama’s pick was surprising, but it set a precedent for the First Lady’s preferences for young designer and basically launched Wu’s career.

First Black Tie Dinner – Peter Soronen

Michelle Obama Peter Soronen Sequin Gown

Another important event coincided with one of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments, as the First Lady went strapless for the first black tie dinner she hosted at the White House. Pairing a Peter Soronen strapless gown with a layered necklace was already daring, but the First Lady also rocked full sequins.

2011 Chinese State Dinner – Alexander McQueen

Michelle Obama Alexander Mc Queen Red Gown

While Michelle Obama’s support for young designers defines a lot of her style choice, the First Lady also wore creations by some of the biggest fashion brands in the world. One of her more controversial choices was a stunning Alexander McQueen red gown, since it allowed her detractors to criticize her choice of a British label in favor of an American one for an important event.

2011 Phoenix Awards Dinner – Michael Kors

Michelle Obama Michael Kors Sequin Dress

While attending the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Phoenix Awards dinner in 2011, the First Lady opted for a Michael Kors dress with plenty of sequins. It’s one of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments thanks to the perfect mix of glam and elegance, and the cinching band is definitely the detail that pulled the look together.

2011 South Korean State Dinner – Doo-Ri Chung

Michelle Obama Doo Ri Chung Dress

After the Chinese State Dinner faux pas, the First Lady paid a lot more attention to her style choices and bounced back with a creation from a young Korean American designer. The asymmetrical violet gown is both sophisticated and a bit daring at the same time, perfect for cementing Obama’s reputation when it comes to fashion flair.

2012 Democratic National Convention Speech – Tracy Reese

Michelle Obama Tracy Reese Dress

Before Barack Obama’s reelection for a second term, Michelle Obama stepped up to support her husband at the 2012 DNC and looked stunning while doing it. While her speech received plenty of praise, the occasion was also one of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments thanks to a custom Tracy Reese dress.

Second Inaugural Gown – Jason Wu

Michelle Obama Jason Wu Red Halter Dress

Reprising her choice from the first inaugural ceremony, Michelle Obama accompanied the president in a dress from the same designer, Jason Wu, who had turned his work into a multi-million dollar brand thanks to her early support. Wearing a red gown, the First Lady proved her versatility when it comes to elegant outfits.

Kennedy Center Honors – Marchesa

Michelle Obama Marchesa Green Gown

After making strapless gowns an important part of her style, the First Lady’s choice of Marchesa for the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors ceremony was truly inspired. The flowing green gown is certainly one of Michelle Obama’s best fashion moments.

2014 Beijing Visit – Carolina Herrera

Michelle Obama Carolina Herrera Graphic Print Dress

While the First Lady takes fashion risks at the White House as well, few could have predicted her daring print choices on her Beijing visit. The most modern look during the visit was a Carolina Herrera sheath dress with a bold graphic print in red, tan, gray and black.


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Weirdest Fashion Trends In History

While fashion moves at a truly breakneck pace in present times, and bad trends are quickly abandoned, there are plenty of ridiculous fashion trends that lasted for centuries, and shaped the look of women and men in a way that looks bizarre to the modern eye.


See the weirdest fashion trends in history and discover how they came to be and left a big mark on style history. From the European Dark Ages and Renaissance to weird African and Asian traditions, here are some of the most bizarre trends ever.


Powdered Wigs


Starting out in France, at the court of Louis XIII, powdered wigs are still worn by British and Australian judges in court to this day. 


Powdered Wigs


The trend began as a way to hide male pattern baldness, and after the king decided to hide his disappointing hair line with big powdered wigs, the aristocracy followed and helped turned the wigs into a status symbol.


Big Foreheads


16th Century Big Foreheads


Two centuries before powdered wigs ruled France, another beauty statement turned into one of the weirdest fashion trends in history. Seeing a more pronounced forehead as a mark of nobility, women began to pluck their eyebrows out completely and even push back their hairline. The most famous fashion victim that succumbed to this trend is the Mona Lisa herself!


Lotus Shoes


Lotus Shoes


Women with small feet were traditionally seen as more feminine in Chinese culture for centuries, and foot binding made sure that every girl could jump on the trend. Lotus shoes, shaped either like a cone or sheath were specifically designed for women with bound feet. The trend lasted for almost a thousand years before Chinese women realized suffering for fashion isn’t worth lifelong disabilities.


Egyptian Eye Make-Up


Egyptian Eye Makeup


While it may be used for a cool fashion statement today, the all black eyeliner seen as part of Cleopatra’s iconic look is one of weirdest fashion trends in history thanks to its initial function. Living in sunny North Africa and building pyramids covered in limestone that would shine even brighter in the afternoon, Egyptians started wearing black around their eyes to protect them from glare.


Pale Skin


Pale Skin


For centuries, fair skin was one of the biggest European beauty ideals. The reason why pale skin was in vogue is because it showed that a woman was truly a lady and wouldn’t spend one second of her time laboring outdoors. Avoiding a tan wasn’t enough, as women caked white powder on their faces as foundation before adding jarring blush on the lips and cheeks.


Big Curves


Curvy Women


The curvy women portrayed in Renaissance art are considered an ideal of healthy womanhood by many, but in fact they’re just one of the weirdest fashion trends in history. Making a statement by packing on extra pounds showed that you were well off, since the poor’ skinny appearance was considered unfashionable and unattractive at the time.


Neck Coils


Long Neck Rings


Still surviving in some African and Asian cultures, neck coils are supposed to create the appearance of an elongated neck. More that just a fashion accessory, neck coils can actually twist the collar bone and push down the upper ribs. Probably the unhealthiest fashion statement ever, neck coils were used for girls as young as 2 in some cultures.


Chopines


Chopins


If you think Lady Gaga’s insane platforms are ridiculous, take a look at chopines, one of the weirdest fashion trends in history. With a height of up to 20 inches, these platforms were popular in Europe from the 15th to the 17th centuries, and were designed to elevate women in order to protect their outfits from the filthy streets, especially in Venice and Spain.


Ganguro


Ganguro Trend


Born in Japan in the early ‘90s, Ganguro fashion mixes a deep tan with light shades of hair. While this fashion statement was only popular for a short time, it still deserves a mention as one of the weirdest fashion trends thanks to its “tacky” look. Ganguro girls would also wear light shades of makeup over the dark foundation, along with false eyelashes and even glued-on gems.


Bird Mask


Bird Mask


Designed to protect healthy women and men against the plague, the bird mask had bright red eyes and a “beak” filled with oranges as a protection against the disease. It’s definitely one of the weirdest fashion trends in history, but considering that almost half of Europe’s population died in the 14th century from the Black Death, we get why things got a little crazy.



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Dry skin is dry skin, right? Nope. Everyone’s complexion is a little bit different, so when cold air hits, your best defense (and repair) depends on your skin type, lifestyle, habits, and even your skin tone. From freckles to flakes, we looked at some of the most common characteristics of winter skin, and asked the experts about how to deal with them safely and effectively. Here’s how to keep the skin on your face?and body?soft, supple, and strong, all season long.

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“I have thus far refused to get any Botox or plastic surgery,” writes Tina Fey in her autobiography, Bossypants. “Although I do wear a clear elastic chin strap that I hook around my ears and pin under my day wig.”

If only it were that easy. Science has delivered plenty of breakthrough treatments to battle early signs of aging, such as wrinkles and brown spots. But keeping skin firm and toned is a whole different challenge. “Most women love the way their faces look when they’re 30, because they’ve lost a bit of roundness and have a little more contouring,” says Los Angeles dermatologist Karyn Grossman, MD. “Then comes the tricky part?how to keep it all from going south.”

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Anyone who’s paid for a gym membership knows this much: Starting a workout program is one thing, but keeping at it? Challenging!

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Whether you slice them in your salad or use their nutrients on your skin, apples can help you glow. They’re full of vitamin C, a crucial ingredient for your complexion and hair.

“Vitamin C speeds up skin’s cell production, which makes you look radiant, and strengthens hair and nails,” says David Wolfe, nutrition expert and author. “Apples also contain B vitamins, like B5 and B9, proven to combat acne and irritation.” Why not indulge in their beauty benefits?

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