Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Christina Hendricks continues to make me proud by maximizing her curves at the 62nd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

The gorgeous “Mad Men” actress opted for a belted black Christian Siriano gown.

As much as I wish it was in another colour, like green for example, I must admit that the black adds to the drama.

No one does drama quite like Siriano.

A black Judith Leiber clutch and bold red lips complete this look.

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Whilst most of the stars wore nude or neutral dresses on the red carpet at the 62nd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards these 3 ladies opted for dark colours.

Maria Canals-Barrera wore a beautiful navy Farah Angsana gown with a pleated detail on the bust.

I just love how her Judith Leiber clutch sparkles in this picture.

Sheila E looked stunning in her black sequin strapless gown.

I love that gown is lined with leopard print which she matches her leopard print clutch.

This is such a cute touch.

Lily Tomlin looks like she’s ready to audition for Whoopi Goldberg’s “Sister Act The Musical” at the London Palladium.

Too much black, too much material, too hot for a sunny day.

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Comedienne’s tend not to take the red carpet too seriously, but Jane Lynch and Kathy Griffin look like they did at the 62nd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

OK Jane wasn’t the best dressed at this event, but she tried.

I like how the dress was designed to give her a narrow waist.

Kathy on the other had looks gorgeous in her dress.

The colours are really complementary to her fair skin and red hair.

I’m surprised that she was one of my favourites.

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‘Lost’ actress Elizabeth Mitchell glowed in a gorgeous gold embellished Roberto Cavalli gown which she teamed with a gold Judith Lieber clutch at the 62nd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Clare Grant shimmered wearing an asymmetrical light pink sequined Rachel Gilbert gown which she teamed with a gold Jimmy Choo ‘tube’ clutch.

She was one of my favourites at this event.

Jennifer Stone opted for a cream Tadashi Shoji Spring 2010 haltered dress.

I wish she’d opted for something with colour.

The detail on this gorgeous gown stops her from looking totally washed out.

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The 62nd Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards took place in LA yesterday, with many stars opting to go short.

Miranda Cosgrove of course went short.

The teen star opted for an adorable Marchesa silver embroidered strapless mini dress which she wore with our second ‘favourite’ red carpet heels – the Casadei triple platform pumps.

A two-tone Genevieve Jones clutch completed the look.

Mel B looked beautiful wearing a black silk strapless WTB Fall 2010 dress with leather peplum.

Mel continued the black theme pairing her dress with a black clutch and black peep-toes.

I’m hot just looking at her.

WTB is designed by designer/musician Nikki Lund and Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. The collection premiered during LA Fashion Week back in March.

It’s a tad unfortunate that Mary Lynn Rajskub’s strapless BCBG Max Azria dress looks a little too tight on the bust, because her dress with the frothy tiered ruffled skirt is gorgeous and perfect for red carpet on a gloriously sunny day.

Chelsea Staub also opted for a cute frothy look.

Her BCBG Max Azria strapless pleated dress was worn with matching pumps.

I love the pop of colour via her red clutch.

Wanda Sykes opted for a autumn plum sparkler which she teamed with a silver Judith Leiber clutch and matching peep-toes.

Kristin Chenoweth looked gorgeous wearing a custom Matthew Christopher blue strapless dress with silver embellished details.

Silver Jimmy Choo heels complemented her mini.

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