Martha Stewart and Ramona Singer were among the fashionable guests who attended the Couture Council Luncheon at Cipriani South Street in New York City.
The 80-year-old lifestyle guru and the 64-year-old Real Housewives Of New York City star were on hand to celebrate Carolina Herrera creative director Wes Gordon as he received the prestigious Couture Council Award for Artistry of Fashion.
The television personalities looked chic as they walked the red carpet at the elegant daytime event on Wednesday.
Martha donned a brown crewneck sweater which she paired with navy blue wide-leg slacks.
Stewart draped a black fringed scarf over her shoulders and sported black slide sandals with green and white trim.
The domestic goddess wore her chin-length blonde locks in her trademark tousled style. She beamed as she posed on the carpet with Gordon, who looked dapper in a crimson suit over a white dress shirt. Wes was later presented with his award by supermodel Shanina Shaik.
Once inside the luncheon, the business mogul clasped her hands as she posed in front of a table with Herrera.
The iconic fashion designer showed off her sophisticated style in twill Prince of Wales check trousers and a cream-colored blazer with a pleated hem and matching belt.
Carolina accessorized with large pearl earrings and a scarlet and green brooch and sported red suede pumps.
Ramona opted for a stylish red, white and black cap-sleeve cocktail dress with printed panels and a pleated skirt.
The Life on the Ramona Coaster author wore a pair of black leather pointed-toe pumps and carried a red handbag with a gold-braided chain strap.
Singer’s blonde hair fell to her shoulders in loose waves and she accessorized with a gold statement bracelet, a gold chain necklace and gold hoop earrings.
The Couture Council Luncheon is held annually and benefits The Museum at FIT (MFIT). The luncheon resumed in-person for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, though capacity was limited to 50 percent.
The event raised nearly $700,000 for MFIT, which is New York’s only museum dedicated exclusively to the art of fashion.