Indya Moore says their custom Fashion Awards dress made with a velvet bustier and high slit brought out their femininity

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Indya Moore  in 2021.
Indya Moore attends The Fashion Awards 2021 at the Royal Albert Hall.Karwai Tang/WireImage/Getty
  • Indya Moore attended the Fashion Awards on Monday in a red, custom-made Tommy Hilfiger dress.

  • "I got emotional seeing it on," Moore told Vogue UK.

  • Moore wore make-up by Fenty Beauty, Too Faced, and Pat McGrath.

Indya Moore made an appearance at the Fashion Awards on Monday, an event made special because of their custom-made Tommy Hilfiger dress.

"I got emotional seeing it on," Moore told Vogue UK's Alex Kessler. "It's absolutely beautiful, and I'm beyond honored to be wearing it."

Moore arrived at Royal Albert Hall in London in a red, floor-length gown made out of crimson velvet and silk jersey. The dress included a detailed bustier and thigh-high slit.

The 26-year-old "Pose" star told the outlet that the dress was tailor-made for their body and style sensibilities.

"It hugs my figure in a way that truly brings out my femininity," Moore told Vogue UK. "As a trans person, sometimes we have fashion trauma from not getting to wear the right look for our bodies, but tonight I feel absolutely incredible in this."

Moore told Vogue UK that make-up artist Mata Mariélle used a combination of Fenty Beauty, Too Faced, and Pat McGrath. Hairstylist Charlotte Mensah used custom-made natural hair products to prep Moore's cropped hair.

Moore expected the gown to be the focal point of the night. "I'm excited for everybody to see me in this dress!" Moore told Vogue UK prior to the event.

Moore and Hilfiger have worked together before – the two collaborated on a capsule collection titled TommyXIndya, released over the summer. It is an inclusive line that offers clothing, intimates, and accessories for "everybody across a spectrum of human bodies, shapes, sizes, genders, and forms of expression," Moore shared with Vogue UK in July.

Representatives for Moore did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

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