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Debra Messing In Jovani – Project Angel Food’s 2018 Angel Awards

Debra Messing In Jovani - Project Angel Food's 2018 Angel Awards

Debra Messing attended the Project Angel Food’s 2018 Angel Awards on Saturday (August 18) in Hollywood, California.

Looking at Debra in this Jovani purple orchid ruched chiffon cross halter gown , I can hand on heart say she’s never looked better.

The gown isn’t ground-breaking. It possesses very familiar elements we’ve seen on the red carpet before, but that doesn’t stop this from being absolutely breath-taking.

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07.01.18

Debra Messing In Christian Siriano – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Debra Messing adhered to the all-black dress code at the 75th Annual Golden Globes on Sunday (January 7) in Beverly Hills, California, joining Allison Williams and Caitriona Balfe.

The ‘Will & Grace’ actress surprised with her Christian Siriano dress and pants.

The way the glistening fabric juxtaposed the menswear trousers was striking, although I must say the proportions of the cut-out feel a bit awkward.

I can see where this was going, but I think some further tailoring was needed to have the concept fully realized.

Oversized green studs completed the look.

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18.09.17

Debra Messing In Romona Keveza – 2017 Emmy Awards

Debra Messing shone at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday night (September 17).

Clad in a plum Romona Keveza gown, the dress provided ample shine without a sparkle or a rhinestone.

The one-shoulder strap contrasted the actress’s flame-haired locks on the other side. Although, I would have preferred her mane swept back.

The black belt provided a textural contrast to the sheen of the dress, but I found the orange-toned accessories to be out of place.

Was the fabric choice a yay or a nay?

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Debra Messing In Fendi – ‘Will & Grace’ Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

‘Will & Grace’ is back, and to kick off the first day of production on the revival series, only a ribbon-cutting ceremony complete with confetti cannons would do. On Wednesday (August 2) in LA, Debra Messing was joined by co-stars Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes for the festivities.

No better way to commemorate the day than with Debra’s exuberant, multi-colour Fendi Resort 2017 frock, the electric blue and petrol hues of which made her flame locks come even more alive.

The feminine, pleated silhouette was also lovely on the actress.

The shoes wouldn’t have been my first choice, as they were rather clunky and seemed almost too big on her. But I suppose their style did echo some of the retro allure presented in the frock.

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Debra Messing In Christian Siriano – 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards

There were two red heads on the red carpet for the the 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday (May 6) in New York City, as Debra Messing joined AnnaSophia Robb.

When I saw Debra in this lurex Christian Siriano Fall 2017 jumpsuit, I wanted to blame the photographer for the poor angle, but truth be told the proportions are way off.

Forget blaming the dragging fabric on the floor, the OTT earrings or the lack of belt to hold all this together, this wasn’t right for Debra from the jump.

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08.06.15

2015 Tony Awards Red Carpet Roundup

2015 Tony Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The beauties at the 2015 Tony Awards, hosted on Sunday night (June 7) at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, brought no shortage of sartorial drama with bold hues and glamorous style. Here, a look at more of the entrances on the red carpet.

Helen Mirren: Elegant as always, the actress wore a Badgley Mischka lace-embellished gown with Fred Leighton jewels and a Judith Leiber clutch. The wedding aisle would have been another appropriate venue for this dress.

Debra Messing: Although her Zac Posen dress was short, it delivered on the drama by virtue of the saturated violet hue that was especially striking with her auburn locks. While I normally find the matchy-matchy angle tiring, the tonal Judith Leiber clutch, sandals, and jewels all work in her favour here to create a streamlined, regal effect.

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