- The annual CFDA Fashion Awards were held in New York City on Monday night.
- Multiple celebrities embraced the night's two biggest trends: bold cutouts and see-through fabric.
- Katie Holmes and Kim Kardashian wore looks with sheer elements, and Julia Fox rocked a major cutout.
Her outfit, designed by Vera Wang, also included a high-waisted, floor-length skirt and a sheer duster jacket.
Hudgens thanked the designer for creating the custom outfit in an Instagram post. She described her as "SUCH a badass," and said Wang's creations always make her "feel sexy, powerful, and elegant."
Carolina Herrera designed her dress, which had one balloon sleeve, a ruffle at her shoulder, and an asymmetrical neckline.
Bailey's dress also featured a midi skirt that wrapped in the middle of her stomach, creating a wide cutout that revealed her waist.
Speaking with The Cut on the red carpet, the 32-year-old actor said her gray hair was meant to be "a love letter to getting older."
As for her outfit, she wore a black Valerievi dress with long sleeves, a high neckline up top, and a major cutout that revealed her entire torso. It also had a skirt that dipped below her backside, around her thighs, and across the floor into the train.
With the dress, she wore a black bra that showed her underboob and matching underwear with floral embellishments.
Her Jonathan Simkhai dress was sleeveless, see-through, and covered in silver sparkles. It also had matching fringe hanging from its hem.
Holmes wore the dress with tan sandals, a diamond bracelet, and a gold nose ring.
She wore a bronze LaQuan Smith design, which looked like liquid metal on her skin. The dress had a high neckline, one long sleeve, and a deep slit across its bodice that showed her underboob and waist.
While most of its skirt wrapped around Kardashian's legs, the rest extended into a long train behind her.
She was photographed on the red carpet in a multicolored gown from Rodarte. The sleeveless design had metallic flowers attached to its straps, a lace bodice held together with a thin string, and a cutout above her stomach.
That's not to mention its bold skirt, which had a vibrant floral print and reached the floor.
The 73-year-old designer looked youthful in the black, bubble-shaped minidress, which had thin straps and long, off-the-shoulder sleeves.
She also wore thigh-high socks tucked into platform heels.
Her Dolce & Gabbana dress was strapless and hugged her body. It had an opaque layer up top but was see-through across her legs.
The fashion mogul was undoubtedly one of the best-dressed stars of the night.
Thierry Mugler created the black, nude-illusion gown in 1999. When Jenner wore it, you could see its single-strap neckline, sheer bodice, and velvet skirt that wraps around the waist.
Jenner's look also included a matching sheer glove on one arm and a tall slit in the middle of her skirt that revealed her black pumps.
Upon first glance, her Michael Kors jumpsuit seems simple. It had a single-strap top, wide-legged pants, and a gold belt around the waist.
But when she moved into the light, you could see that the top layer of her jumpsuit was actually sheer and covering a black leotard.
Thom Browne designed her ensemble, which included a see-through bodysuit with a ruffled neckline. Lee also wore a pink satin jacket over top, white gloves, and matching boots.