Though she may not have received an award, Hillary Clinton definitely walked off as a winner at last night's CFDA Awards in New York.
Amidst the gorgeous gowns and beautiful bling at one of fashion's biggest nights, the former secretary of state managed to make her go-to outfit—the pantsuit—a hot topic of conversation.
Clad in—what else?—a navy pantsuit by Oscar de la Renta, Clinton received a standing ovation when she took the stage to present Oscar de la Renta himself with the Eleanor Lambert Founder's Award, and managed to receive plenty of laughs when poking fun at her signature style.
"Now that I have some more time on my hands I am going to be pitching Andy and others on a new show for Bravo to sort of fill that gap that is so apparent to some of us," Clinton said, referring to the show's host, Andy Cohen. "We could call it Project Pantsuit."