Chanel Iman showed up at Monday night's CFDA Fashion Awards on the arm of Lubov Azria and wore a look from the designer's Resort collection for BCBG Max Azria. Sure, the model could make even a burlap sack look amazing, but the dress itself—an aqua number with a high slit, deep keyhole neckline, and peekaboo shoulders—stood out on its own. Azria looked to seventies muses including Marisa Berenson and Margaux Hemingway for inspiration this time around, and that was evident in the free-flowing silhouettes and intricate hand embroidery. But the designer managed to keep it modern. An acid yellow maxi dress, for example, had a rope halter neck and a sheer inset that zigzagged around the knees. And a billowing jumpsuit in crimson came with cool, crisscross straps. Only the Chanel Imans of this world could pull off some of the sheer caftans shown here; regular girls will opt for the simple, sky blue tunic dress with a trendy but not too scandalous, mid-thigh slit.