In a soiree for only the most stylish of A-listers: celebrities, models, designers and fashion icons gathered at the 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge to celebrate the BoF500 Gala. Click through to see the glamorous photos.
This Sunday, September 9th, The Business of Fashion brought together the pioneers, disruptors, activists and innovators shaping the global fashion industry today.
Among them were legends like Tommy Hilfiger, Tory Burch, Silvia Venturini Fendi, Steven Kolb, Jason Wu and Pete Nordstrom.
The stunning sisters—who have had a very business NYFW—were in high-spirits at the ritzy fete. While on the red carpet, they held hands and gave their sassiest supermodel poses.
Then, making all jaws drop, came fellow catwalk Queen Lily Aldridge—who one day prior walked the Brandon Maxwell runway while five months pregnant!
Hosting them all was Imran Amed, the founder and editor-in-chief BoF. The British-Canadian mogul looked dapper in a fitted white tuxedo and black dress pants as he greeted his celebrity guests.
"For the 6th annual #BoF500 we focused on the change agents building and shaping a better fashion industry," said Amed.
"There's no doubt it has been a challenging time for the fashion business, a time for reflection. But as we discovered in putting together this issue, there are many positive stories to tell and we are very happy to tell them."
Stars came to the stylish annual gala from over 30 countries around the world at the annual and arrived at the hip 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.
They later took the party upstairs, to the hotel's Brooklyn Heights Social Club where they were pampered with refreshing cocktails and live music.
With the New York skyline as a striking backdrop, VIP guests were treated to a special performance by rising British-Japanese singer Rina Sawayama and later, a DJ set by Isaac Hindin-Miller.
The #BoF500 for 2018 was supported by JHSF, Nordstrom and Affirm.
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