NEW YORK (AP) — Hannah Waddingham wore Dolce & Gabbana on Monday with a pair of dizzying high-top sneakers. Meanwhile, Elle Fanning went to Old Hollywood in a gown designed by Sharon Long from the show The Great. Sticky Los Angeles humidity.
Waddingham in “Ted Lasso” showed off comfy white shoes under a corseted, strapless pink look. Fanning’s appearance was black and pink with an embellished chest.
“I’ve always been inspired by the glamor of 1950s Old Hollywood,” said Fanning.
‘Abbott Elementary’ Sherrill Lee Ralph had a fashion failure before arriving at the Emmys.
“A designer gave my co-star and me the same sketch of the same gown,” she said, discovering it when Lisa Ann Walter showed Ralph what she wore to the awards. .
“Until five days ago I didn’t have a gown, so Brandon Blackwood stepped up. He was in Japan and started rendering the gown on Pacific Flight,” Ralph said.
Ralph shone in a black velvet strapless gown with an orange underside and thigh slit. She carried a small orange purse.
Working with her stylist, Law Roach, Zendaya wore a classic black strapless corset look with a full skirt and a dainty bow at the waist. She wore Bvlgari jewellery, including a fresh, young white diamond choker with a 4.45 carat stone on top. She had pockets in her too.
Connie Britton wore a soft pink goddess gown by Monique Lhuillier. Britt Lower in “Severance” wore a golden Venetian beaded gown with matching elbow length gloves. The top had a cutout and a narrow, decorated strap.
“I felt like wearing outer space. I love fabrics and my mom was a home economics teacher. It feels great,” Lower told the Associated Press.
People’s style and beauty director Andrea Rabinthal said pink carried the evening, but many other colors brightened up the carpet.
“Pink seems to maintain its dominance as a red carpet color. There are a lot of stars who are drawn to different shades of pink,” she said.
Not Rachel Brosnahan. She stood out in a beautiful purple plunging Pamela Rowland column gown, adorned with a tulle and pearl floral bow appliqué from the designer’s Fall 2022 collection.
Laverne Cox and Himesh Patel helped kick off the fashion parade. She wore a bold black armor-inspired Jean Paul Gaultier couture her mini, and he eschewed his usual black for the evening and wore a white printed tuxedo his jacket. Sarah Thompson (“Yellowjackets” writer) royal blue, marigold yellow and more – colors took the night away.
“I wear very warm, three-piece suits. I love this suit, but I didn’t expect it to be hot,” Patel said.
Natasha Rothwell of “The White Lotus” chose red for her balloon short-sleeved gown and Fashion Carpet favorite pocket! It was Safiyaa custom silk taffeta. Megan Starter also opted for red in a sheer dress that complimented her curves, Jen Tullock in “Severance” was in his zone, and a thigh-high slit and structured sleeve numbers by Thierry Mugler He wore drop pearl earrings.
“I’m a fan of his line. It’s elegant but also has a sense of humor,” Tulloch said.
The “Hux” starter wore velvet burnt out by Norma Kamari. She had a fake red rose pinned between her breasts.
“It took my breath and my words. Kind of a sexy dress. Wild as I am,” she said.
It girl and Squid Game Louis Vuitton ambassador Jeong Ho-young wore the perfect look for the brand’s versatile, multi-colored figure. It was a custom tweed design with all-around sequins. Her jewelry was also Louis Vuitton.
“I still can’t believe it. It’s still not real to me, but I’m just going to enjoy the day and cherish the moment,” she said of her nomination.
Reese Witherspoon wore blue sequins for a shade worthy of blue and sunglasses. Around her neck was a Tiffany & Co knockout her aquamarine, blue her zircon, and diamond choker. Amanda Seyfried wore a pink bodice hugger from Armani Prive and paired it with a platinum Cartier drop her diamond earrings.
“Tonight I’m a mermaid,” said Seyfried.
Another fresh surprise for Lavinthal? Men who dismissed black for an all-white tuxedo, including Nicholas Brown in “Succession” in a Christian Dior double-breasted tuxedo. , chose white with Seth Logan. Speaking of white, Jean Smart also decided on it, with an elegant collar that fell off one shoulder. decorated with lilies of the
Washington’s black tights were head-scratching. So were Kaley Cuoco’s high-low Dolce & Gabbana tutu style and Julia Garner’s Gucci navel cutout in a dark brown velvet look encrusted with silvery crystals.
“I thought I’d seen all kinds of cutouts on the red carpet, but the navel cutout was something new,” said Rabinthal.
One of Lavinthal’s highlights was Lily James in a copper Versace.
“It was exactly 2022, but it could have just come right off the runway in the ’90s with chain mail and sculpted cups.
Smart’s gown was made by Christian Siriano, as was Laura Linney’s white look.
Robin Sheede also wore a stunning pastel blue Siriano, and Jerrod Carmichael wore a long white fox fur coat.
“This was Puff Daddy’s coat. He wore it in the video,” said the Saturday Night Live comic.
Carmichael was shirtless under fur and sporting a sunburst platinum necklace. His black satin trousers were accented with pointed tops on his white underwear.
Another Siriano fan? Melanie Lynskey in “Yellowjackets”. Hers was mint green with sheer overlays that made her feel “half princess and half bad (expletive).” About her designer, she said: I feel like he made something for me, for my body. ”
Harper’s Bazaar’s fashion news director, Rachel Tashjian, saw another trend.
“This year’s red carpet standout looks proclaimed a turning point in celebrity style hinted at at the recent Venice Film Festival. The craziest and loudest outfits are no longer the best. gravitates toward true elegance and even classicism,” she said.
She often pointed out Zendaya, who is a risk taker.
“Here she wore a very traditional strapless Valentino gown and tied up the hair of a late 1950s socialite.
Likewise, Fanning wore a “very classic 1950s-style couture dress with an old-school hairstyle.” she said.
Another of her highlights was Issa Rae in a fitted and flattering Sergio Hudson look on Sunday’s runway. Her absolute favorite, however, was Lizzo in a “gorgeous red Giambattista Valli gown – a dazzlingly sophisticated and glamorous statement.”
Among other standouts was Atelier Prabal Gurung’s Ariana DeBose. It was the lavender silk chiffon that draped the cloak with her hands.
Jody Kahn, vice president of luxury fashion at Neiman Marcus, said the various shades of pink are also appealing to her shoppers and are easy to wear.
“Pink is a universally flattering color that makes women feel very beautiful, confident and happy. He said, “It looks great on any skin tone and any body type.”
Metallics, like the custom Dolce & Gabbana worn by James and Quinta Branson, are another draw for Khan’s customers.
“Especially textured metallics,” she said. “They are things that can be very easily implemented from the red carpet to everyday life for occasions and evening dresses.
Colman Domingo of “Euphoria” was already a winner when he walked the carpet. He won an Emmy Award as Guest Actor in the Drama His Series at the previous Creative Arts Awards.
“I was celebrating all week to the point where I had to wake up and take a few ibuprofen pills,” he said.
Domingo wore an open brocade jacket and matching pants.
“I want to feel like a king,” he said.
Domingo carried a platinum-encrusted, battery-powered fan to avoid the muggy humidity, which is uncommon in Los Angeles.
Stylist Holly Katz, host of the Fashion Crimes podcast, named Washington — black stockings and all — her best-dressed.
“She killed it,” Katz said.
Katz called Waddingham sneakers “the best fashion secret of the night.”
Mark Indelicato was like a red club. Indelicato had bright red hair and his black tuxedo showed a long, parted tail like a train. And more men? Phil Dunster of “Ted Russo” paired a burgundy tuxedo with black lapels, while Russo’s co-star Brett Goldstein stayed black.
Emily Heller, on the other hand, went in a different direction. She had a “Kick Me” sign on the back of her short floral dress and a bit of toilet paper stuck to one of her shoes.
Beth Harris, a writer for The Associated Press in Los Angeles, contributed to this report.