Sneak Peek: What Ireland Baldwin Will Wear to Tonight's CFDA Awards

06/03/2013 at 01:29 PM ET

Ireland Baldwin CFDACourtesy David Meister; inset: Venturelli/WireImag

Designer David Meister already has a great track record for creating CFDA dresses that we talk about for years.

And it looks like Meister is on track to hit it out of the park again with the elegant gowns he’s designed for Ireland Basinger Baldwin.

The teen model (and daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger) will be attending tonight’s chic awards ceremony on the designer’s arm, wearing one of several dresses he designed especially for her.

RELATED: See beautiful CFDA looks from years past!

After seeing sketches and attending fittings, Baldwin selected one of the dresses, though she won’t share which one — instead letting Meister do a big reveal on his Twitter account tonight.

“I’m so excited about taking Ireland Baldwin to the CFDA Awards,” Meister tells PEOPLE. “She looks amazing in her gown and I can’t wait to hit the red carpet!”

We can’t wait to see which dress Baldwin picks, since the three sketches we’ve seen have been all beautiful but very different. All three have high slits, but range from a sparkling champagne number with a strappy bodice to a lemon-colored faux wrap to a midriff-exposing scarlet halter.

Tell us: Which dress do you want to see Baldwin wear tonight?

–Alex Apatoff

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