Fashion's top dogs gathered at New York City’s Brooklyn Museum last night to celebrate the CFDA Fashion Awards, which crowns the crème de la crème of fashion’s movers and shakers. Supreme's James Jebbia was one of the big winners, walking away with the Menswear Designer of the Year award.

Jebbia was up against strong competition in the category, beating out Raf Simons for Calvin Klein, Virgil Abloh for Off-White, Thom Browne, and Tom Ford.

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Since 1981, the CFDA Fashion Awards have recognized those making the biggest impact in the fashion industry every year. Notable winners this year included Ralph Lauren (Members Salute), Kim Kardashian West (Influencer Award), British Vogue's Edward Enninful (Media Award), and Naomi Campbell (Fashion Icon Award). Calvin Klein’s Raf Simons walked away with the Womenswear Designer of the Year gong.

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Peep the full list of winners below:

Swarovski Award for Positive Change Diane von Furstenberg

Members Salute Ralph Lauren

Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award Narciso Rodriguez

Founder’s Award Carolina Herrera

International Award Donatella Versace

Media Award Edward Enninful

Fashion Icon Award Naomi Campbell

Influencer Award Kim Kardashian West

Accessory Designer of the Year Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen, The Row

Menswear Designer of the Year Supreme

Womenswear Designer of the Year Raf Simons, Calvin Klein

Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent Sander Lak, Sies Marjan

Do you think Supreme deserves this accolade? Let us know in the comments.

Next up, Harry Styles stars in Gucci's FW18 tailoring campaign.

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