It’s known as the Oscars of the perfume world. The Fragrance Foundation hosted its annual awards gala last night at New York’s Lincoln Center, and a number of celebrities turned out for the big event.
Nina Dobrev dazzled on the red carpet in a sparkly sheer Dior dress that gave off major 1920s “Great Gatsby” vibes. She accessorized with simple black patent leather slide heels.
The “Vampire Diaries” star was clearly loving her look; she took to Instagram last night to post a video clip of herself sashaying and twirling for the camera, with the dress catching the light like a disco ball.
Rita Ora made a bold statement in a lemon-yellow curve-hugging Tom Ford dress that featured mirror sequined sleeves. Though she kept her footwear simple — gold stiletto sandals — she threw in a fun element of surprise with a rainbow pedicure.
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Naomi Campbell looked fierce in a black Alexander McQueen fringe dress draped with a striking black and white feathered cape. She added an extra touch of sparkle with a pair of Christian Louboutin sequined boots.
Fellow supermodel Chanel Iman — who is expecting her first child with New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard — rocked a gorgeous red Romona Keveza one-shoulder gown with a daring thigh slit. She let her dress do all the talking, opting for understated accessories including simple white strappy sandals.
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” star Jane Krakowski went for a playful look in a David Koma double-breasted blazer dress trimmed with feathers along the hem. She accented the all-white ensemble with a pair of black gladiator-style heels with delicate cut-out details.
Olivia Palermo, meanwhile, looked effortlessly chic in a three-piece geometric-print outfit by Lorane featuring a midiskirt, long jacket and cropped top. She accessorized with black peep-toe Mary Jane heels and a simple clutch.
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