Fashion was front and center at the Accessories Council’s 25th Annual ACE Awards on November 2.
Several notables were honored at the NYC shindig, including 100-year-old designer Iris Apfel, who was given the Super Hero award.
Also in attendance were singers Ciara and Sabrina Carpenter — see their red carpet outfits below!
The mom-of-three showed some leg in a brown turtleneck dress that had a thigh-high slit. On her feet, she opted for a pair of brown pointed-toe stiletto heels by Christian Louboutin.
"It was a great honor to present the Ace Hero Designer of the Year Award to you @Laquan_Smith !" the "Levels" singer gushed. "You’re [sic] deserve it all! Thank you for having me. Love you! 🤎."
Smith was just as excited to have the star by his side for his special night.
"Last night was quite magical ✨Thank you @ciara for presenting me with the ACE Hero Award," the designer expressed on Instagram. "I am so honored and grateful to be recognized by this industry @accessoriescouncil. And still on a high after having the most elegant, badass date @ciara. Love you 😘 🤎✨."
So elegant! Carpenter looked gorgeous in a floral Carolina Ferrera ballgown that boasted a beautiful sheen.
The Disney Channel star accessorized with a heart-shaped necklace and matching earrings.
After the event, she and designer Wes Gordon snapped photos as they snacked on a cake, with the fashion guru captioning his shots, "date night."
The "Skin" crooner is gearing up to star in and produce a new musical version of Alice in Wonderland,
"My hopes are to bring to life a version of the story no one has ever seen before. Telling the story through the music is pivotal. I want to bring people in with a dynamic vision," she told Flaunt. "Cinematography is a huge thing for me, and I love when things are shot abstractly. Because that story is so whimsical and otherworldly, I want to make it feel real and grounded and about real people, while also outside of your imagination."
"I always knew I wanted to produce, because I always saw myself on set looking at things with a producer hat," the actress explained of her role. "I knew I couldn’t say things and overstep. It was about having ideas, and just going into things with a strong point of view, and figuring out the best ways to make things happen."