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18.09.17

Jessica Lange In Gucci – 2017 Emmy Awards

Jessica Lange attended the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

For the occasion, the Hollywood icon chose a Gucci gown, Jimmy Choo shoes and Neil Lane jewels.

When it comes to red carpets, Ms. Lange has seen a few, which says to me, she knows what she’s doing! This look completely confirms my suspicions. The velvet is both striking and completely on-trend this season, the gold detailing offers drama and elegance, and the neckline offers us just enough skin to keep things from being too mumsy.

The concepts of this gown (velvet, gold sequins) could easily read ‘dated’, but Gucci knows how to make a gown, and Jessica knows how to wear one!

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18.09.17

Susan Sarandon In Zac Posen – 2017 Emmy Awards

Susan Sarandon knows what works for her: a low neckline and a nipped waist. And she stuck with the winning formula at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

Looking decades younger than her 70 years, she showed off her shape in a custom Zac Posen gown. I had a slight sense of déjà vu when I saw the navy dress given her penchant for dark colours, but I won’t fault her for it when the shade looked so lovely with her red hair.

The Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie nominee mastered the voluminous sleeve trend while others at the awards show were less successful.

I also loved it when she donned her sunglasses, pictured here in her hand.

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Julia Louis Dreyfus In Carolina Herrera – 2017 Emmy Awards

Julia-Louis Dreyfus hit the red carpet of the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Veep’ actress and nominee wore a custom Carolina Herrera Resort 2018 gown and striking emerald jewels.

Julia is just such a class act. I always love how she carries herself on the carpet and how much fun she has with the classic looks she chooses. That said, this gown is simply perfect for her. Classic red carpet lines but with the added fun of the yellow floral.

Her styling is also completely on point: Her voluminous curls, healthy tan, the glossy nude lip: Talk about a #ladyboss!

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Kate McKinnon In Narciso Rodriguez – 2017 Emmy Awards

Kate McKinnon took home the trophy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work in ‘Saturday Night Live’ at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in LA.

The funny girl was pulling no punches with her elegant Narciso Rodriguez Spring 2018 gown that maintained the minimal yet impactful simplicity for which the designer is known.

Sure, there was nothing groundbreaking about the look. But, it was a timeless way to go for Kate to celebrate the memorable evening.

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Felicity Huffman In Tony Ward Couture – 2017 Emmy Awards

Felicity Huffman was a beauty in (pale) blue at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday night (September 17) in LA.

Having been an Emmys regular for more than a decade, the actress looked radiant in yards of blue lace.

The Tony Ward Couture gown was cut beautifully. And it was evident from her radiant smile that the former ‘Desperate Housewives’ actress felt good in it. Her smile was so infectious that I didn’t even mind the illusion neckline that can sometimes spoil a good dress.

Felicity’s undone blonde waves made me more convinced she hasn’t changed since her first appearance on the carpet.

She probably didn’t need the jewels, but their chunkiness was a nice contrast to the delicate lace.

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Alessandra Mastronardi In Chanel Couture – 2017 Emmy Awards

Alessandra Mastronardi attended the 2017 Emmy Awards in Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Master of None’ actress wore a Chanel Spring 2017 Couture gown with a diamond cuff bracelet and gold pumps.

This dress is such a modern version of Chanel, and it’s quite fun. The neckline is completely unique, while the fabric is intrinsically Chanel, and the skirt is the perfect 80s-trend throwback. It’s definitely a completely unique approach to the Emmy’s fashion, and while I wasn’t sure at first, I genuinely like this look!

I do wish that the skirt has the same volume we saw on the runway, but kudos to Alessandra for bringing this unique point-of-fashion-view to the night.

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