Actually the reddest red carpet of all red carpets since the Valentino Garavani retirement runway. I don’t know if there was a memo or something but s.it got weird last night at Emmy Awards. One after another everybody appeared in red gowns which made me admire the blue and white dresses even more.
Click through to see all the looks from the night: the best, the worst and the annual boringsters.
First of all, what’s the deal with Julia Roberts? She was the only one who wore a short dress and boy was it the mother of all short dresses. No one could have rocked that Elie Saab better than her with those killer legs. Lizzy Caplan was another dream in b&w Donna Karan, absolutely breathtaking.
My three biggest kudoses go to Laverne Cox, for being the amazing fierce woman she is; Ariel Winter for bringing her red carpet game ridiculously high up and Kerry Washington for literally being a showstopper in that stunning Prada. Speking of stopping shows, whilst everybody else seem to loathe Sarah Paulson’s Armani Prive stardust gown, I’d like to admit that I liked it. A lot. I remember seing it on runway and thinking it’s beyond beautiful so I’m really glad that someone had the courage to take it to real life.
Of all the red dresses I think January Jones’ Prabal Gurung is my favorite; not only because it has a gorgeous skirt and hemline but also because she managed to wear a pair of shoes that goes perfect with the dress – which to be honest is really hard to achieve when it comes to American celebrities.
My worsts of the night were Lena Dunham in that is-that-really-Valli-or-are-my-eyes-bleeding shirt & skirt combo and Hayden Panettiere in a silver gown with a seriously questionable mesh deep V neck. Sorry Hayden, happy for you and your little girl but that doesn’t give you fashion credit in medleyville.
Julie Bowen in Peter Som
Natalie Dormer in J Mendel
image sources: e entertainment, the cut, harper’s bazaar