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The CFDA Fashion Awards 2013

Fashion's high and mighty have gathered in New York for the CFDA Awards, the industry's equivalent of the Oscars.

Highlights included Hillary Clinton presenting Oscar de la Renta with the prestigious Founder's Award and Proenza Schouler taking the coveted honour of Womenswear Designer of the Year.

Now for the really important bit - what the attendees wore. See their red carpet attire, from Linda Evangelista's de la Renta homage to Adriana Lima's stunning Givenchy creation in the gallery below.

Which dress do you rate and why? Tell us in the comments or on Twitter

Words: Anna Pollitt. Images: Rex Features

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