WHERE & WHEN: 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards on January 16, 2014.
WEARING: Melissa McCarthy x George Kotsiopoulos x Daniela Kurrle dress, Brian Atwood shoes, a Jimmy Choo clutch & Kimberly McDonald jewelry.
Glenn Close: After completely falling in love with Glenn’s look at the Oscars this year, I was excited to see what she would wear to the Emmys. The “Damages” actress wore a Bibhu Mohapatra printed long-sleeve mermaid gown with black sheer draped panels at the skirt and all over sharp details layered throughout the rest. I may have felt differently about the dress on someone else, but it did absolutely nothing for me on Glenn. She accessorized with a pair of satin “Anya” sandals by Dana Davis.
Gretchen Mol: Unless you’re wearing black (or black-and-white), you run a risk wearing a monochrome look on the red carpet. At least if it’s all the same shade of one color. I’m surprised with how much I loved what Gretchen wore. | continue reading..
Consider this week as the “road to the biggest night in television” as there are bound to be several parties and events to prepare us all for this upcoming weekend. This past Sunday kicked it all off when the red carpet rolled out at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live for The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Let’s take a look at what everyone wore, shall we?
Maya Rudolph kept it short and sassy in a black lace cocktail dress by Dolce & Gabbana. The “Up All Night” actress styled her long hair in glamorous curls before finishing off her look with diamond jewelry and a pair of black and gold peep toe platform pumps. It was pretty classic overall, so while Maya played it safe — she also pulled it off. | continue reading..
The 41-year-old actress was styled by Cameron Silver of Decades, Inc. in a custom dusty rose gown by Marina Rinaldi.
I like the silhouette; the silver embroidery at her waist gave her some definition while hiding any problem areas — which is what her sheer draping sleeves did for her as well. With that said, I didn’t really like the color for her. | continue reading..
Diane Lane arrived in a cerulean one-shouldered gown by David Meister. How beautiful is the crystal brooch placed at her waist to gather the fabric in a nice waterfall ruffle? Naturally I’m all about her ponytail! It was perfect. It goes to show that women of any age can embrace this low-maintenance chic style for formal events.
Making a grand improvement was “Bridesmaids” star Melissa McCarthy in her custom navy gown by Badgley Mischka. She wore a gorgeous dark green earlier this month from the designing duo, but it was obviously just a gear up to this gorgeous creation! This was her dress, for sure. The long sleeves, rise-and-fall gather at the hip and that gorgeous sequin inset around her draping neckline made this her most flattering look yet. I’m also loving her curly long tresses and the glittery clutch that matched the detail on her gown!
Jane Lynch was another lady topping her Golden Globes look! The “Glee” actress was ravishing in her v-neck blue textured oceanic gown by her favorite designer — David Meister. I love the way that wrapped v-neck bodice connected to a brilliant pin-tucked full skirt. Jane isn’t one for heavy embellishments or detail, but she always goes big on her jewels. With a swept short coif she was able to show off her multicolored large bauble earrings by Lorraine Schwartz.
The “Bridesmaids” actress wore a silk long-sleeve empire waist gown that was custom made for her by Badgley Mischka design duo Mark Badgley and James Mischka. | continue reading..