The ceremony of the CFDA Fashion Awards 2013 was held in New York’s Lincoln Center. Here is the list of winners and honorees from last night event.
Accessories Designer of the Year: Phillip Lim for 3.1 Phillip Lim
Menswear Designer of the Year: Thom Browne
Womenswear Designer of the Year: Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez for Proenza Schouler
Swarovski Menswear Designer of the Year: Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne for Public School
Swarovski Womenswear Designer of the Year: Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty for Suno
Swarovski Accessories Designer of the Year: Pamela Love
The Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award: Vera Wang
The Media Award in honor of Eugenia Sheppard: Tim Blanks
The Founder’s Award in honor of Eleanor Lambert: Oscar de la Renta
The Board of Directors Tribute: Colleen Atwood
The International Award: Riccardo Tisci
Designer Malik Moestaram showcased his collection at “Classic Blossom” show at Jakarta Fashion and Food Festival 2013 in Indonesia. The theme “Majesty Regale” was inspired by the kingdom in Edwardian era, when King Edward VII (1901-1910) ruled in England. Malik Moestaram embodied luxury into the designs by using lace, Dutch silk, silk chiffon and embroideries with crystals, pearls, stones and etc. Red, gold and black were the key colors on the runway. The collection reflected richness and luxury of the Edwardian era mixed with Indonesian heritage in a modern interpretation of Malik Moestaram.
Indonesian designer Defrico Audy presented his collection at the show “Classic Blossom” at Jakarta Fashion and Food Festival 2013 in Indonesia. He used his own subtheme ”Mystery of Aristocracy”, which was translated through the silhouettes, embroideries and ruffle details. Defrico Audy used traditional woven cloths to craft his creations, like the tolaki from Southeast Sulawesi, embroidery from Koto Gadan, and he also received support from Dekranasda West Sumatra. “I really love traditional Indonesian fabric, and I challenged myself to lift it higher,” said Audy. There were Victorian silhouettes with a touch of modern elements. He embodied floral motifs embroidered with a gold thread and embroidery with accents of red, orange, and green that was displayed on the beige fabric. Defrico Audy joined together ethnic and romantic impressions to make ready-to-wear clothing.