Television’s biggest stars were present at the red carpet at the 69th Emmy awards in Los Angeles, hosted by Stephen Colbert.Though the evening was about celebrating the achievements of TV stars, the outfits worn by guests and nominees was one of the highlights of the event. And the red carpet is one of the best platforms for designers to showcase their creations. Here’s a list of 10 best and worst looks of the Emmy 2017 red carpet.
To no one’s surprise, Nicole Kidman’s red carpet gown features on the best-dressed list. The fashion icon chose a Calvin Klein by Appointment A-line dress with a sparkling silver halter neckline. She paired the dress with crystal-embellished pink satin sandals with asymmetrical crystal straps. She wore her hair up with curled tendrils framing her face.
Thompson’s look is easy and fun. The technicolor dress by American designer Rosie Assoulin commanded the spotlight. The rainbow gown had a high neck and a cutout at the waist. She completed her look with slicked back hair and minimal jewelry.
The Feud actress is doubt the queen of teen red carpet fashion. The 17-year-old actress donned a Grecian-inspired Miu Miu gown with a sweet confection white Tuttle dotted with sequins to match the glittering straps. She experimented with a mismatching accessories and paired two different drop earrings.
Donald Glover won the Emmy award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and became the first black director to grab the award. He ditched the usual black tux and opted a bold purple suit that had a bright yellow pinstripe pocket square.
Julianne had a Cinderella moment at the Emmy with the stunning floral Marchesa gown. The dress had an asymmetrical neckline and featured flowers across the bodice. Though she kept her neck bare, she wore rings on every finger. She completed her look with small drop earrings.
Though we actually love Reese Witherspoon’s look. But the blue Stella McCartney blazer was suitable for the set of ‘Legally Blonde’ than the red carpet.
Though the stunning legendary actress had numerous fashion moments in the past – this year’s red carpet was not one of them. Her hot pink long-sleeved dress paired with a silver clutch was quite late to try something new. Neither her hairstyle nor her jewelry helped her look.
Amanda Crew opted for a sheer Michael Cingo gown and slicked back bun. The floor-trailing hem featured beading that brightens from silver to yellow.
The Debra Messing wore a Romona Keveza ballgown. Though the deep red colour dress flattered her complexion perfectly, the shiny fabric hurt the eye. She completed her look with quirky accessories and smokey glam.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Tracee Ellis Ross wore a silver dress from Chanel’s spring 2017 couture collection. She completed her look with dangling earrings. The actress paid homage to her mother in a fashion-forward way.