A lot was going on at the CFDA Awards last night. From politics to fashion, the night was filled with important conversations – and accessories were not just jewels but political statements.

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The CFDA Awards are the Oscars of fashion. They honor excellence in design, innovation, and style. And though the CFDA has been around for decades, it’s still controversial for many people to see such a prestigious award show honoring political statements as much as jewelry or dresses.

But that doesn’t mean we should give up on wearing accessories or at least certain styles of accessories as statements about what we believe in politics or otherwise!

The CFDA Awards are the Oscars of fashion. They honor excellence in design, innovation, and style. And though the CFDA has been around for decades, it’s still controversial for many people to see such a prestigious award show honoring political statements as much as jewelry or dresses.

Fashion is often Criticized for being a Bubble

Fashion is often criticized for being a bubble. It’s not just about clothes and accessories, but it’s also about the way we look at ourselves and others’ society and culture. This can be seen through the CFDA Award’s choice of red carpet dress code a statement of unity against President Trump’s immigration ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, as well as his controversial executive order banning refugees from entering the U.S, which resulted in protests across America outside airports where travelers were detained upon arrival after traveling abroad with valid visas that had been granted months earlier by immigration officials who were working under previous administrations (and still do so under this one).

The CFDA was founded by Vogue editor Anna Wintour in 1974 with one purpose: “to celebrate design excellence.” In addition to its annual awards ceremony held every March at New York City’s Lincoln Center Plaza (formerly known as Avery Fisher Hall), The Council also hosts annual events such as Art Basel Miami Beach and Paris Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 2020 Shows featuring designers including Thom Browne; Raf Simons; Christopher Bailey; John Galliano; LA Projects x Bottega Veneta S/S 2020 Collection

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“Oscars of Fashion”

The CFDA Awards is the Oscars of fashion and a must-watch event. Held every year at New York City’s Lincoln Center, the CFDA Awards are a celebration of creativity, innovation, and style that showcases some of the world’s most influential designers. In addition to attracting A-list celebrities like Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West (who attended this year), it also attracts many other important figures from both fashion industry insiders and viewers alike.

The red carpet was packed with stars as they arrived at Lincoln Center for what will go down as one of 2017’s most memorable events the CFDA Awards!

Other guests included Marc Jacobs, Anna Wintour, and Rihanna

Rihanna was the only guest who showed up in her dress, but that did not stop her from getting all the attention. She walked down the carpet in a crop top with a matching denim jacket by DKNY, paired with black pumps and a small clutch bag. The singer looked good as always and she wasn’t alone: every time she moved through an area of photographers’ lenses someone else was there too!

Rihanna’s outfit was simple, but it was also edgy and modern. The crop top showed off her toned abs and the matching denim jacket added an extra element of style to an otherwise simple look.

The CFDA Awards Honors Excellence in Fashion

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) is a nonprofit organization that strives to advance the profession and standards of design in fashion. The awards, which honor excellence in fashion, are known as the Oscars of the industry. Each year, they recognize one winner for each category: Apparel and Accessories; Men’s Fashion; Women’s Fashion; Accessories/Fashion Services; Runway Shows (Designer); Runway Shows (Commercial).

The CFDA Awards celebrated their 40th anniversary this year with a star-studded show at Lincoln Center and we were there! We were given VIP access to see all five shortlisted designers strut down the red carpet before taking part in some serious Q&A sessions with industry experts including Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing backstage during intermission.

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The Reproductive Rights of Women

Amanda Seyfried’s dress was about speaking up for her beliefs – specifically the reproductive rights of women. The actress wore a strapless, floor-length gown with the words “Love trumps hate” and “reproductive rights are human rights” printed across its bodice in white, yellow, and pink hues.

Seyfried has spoken out about her support for Planned Parenthood in the past: she told Elle magazine last year that she believes abortion should be legal “regardless of who is pregnant” and affirmed her belief that women have every right to choose whether or not they want children (and how many).

Accessories have become a powerful medium for self-expression, and they can be used to make statements. Accessories can be used to express your beliefs, help you express yourself, and even serve as political statements. The CFDA Award’s accessory of the night was the statement necklace: a beautiful piece of jewelry that had been purposefully designed with words like “free” and “equal” engraved on its surface.

The message behind this accessory is clear: if we want equal rights for everyone in America, then we must also fight for those rights ourselves!

But the CFDA Awards’ accessory of the night was not only a powerful statement, but it was also an important reminder. We often forget that accessories can be used as tools for self-expression. And this is especially true for those who do not have access to other forms of self-expression: such as clothing or art. Accessory designers should never forget this fact!


Accessories and jewelry are not just accessories anymore they can be political statements with a purpose.

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