For the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday night, plenty of A-listers shunned the age-old fashion rule not to wear white after Labor Day. From gowns like Jessica Biel’s to chic suits like RuPaul Charles’s, these stars are still holding onto summer in these gorgeous garments.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Padma Lakshmi recycled her Emmys dress because it deserves ‘to be worn again and treasured’ • ‘Stop Kavanaugh’ temporary tattoo makes Emmys red carpet political • 2018 Emmy Awards arrivalsFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Christian Siriano has had a crazy few days. First, he showed his spring 2017 collection last week at New York Fashion Week, where his runway presentation was applauded not only for the clothes and Jackie Kennedy-inspired nails and eye makeup, but also for casting five curvy models. Then, without taking any time to catch his breath, the designer dressed a total of eight attendees at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, possibly breaking a record for the most number of women dressed in one single brand for an awards show. Lauren Adams, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Neve Campbell, Anna Chlumsky, Leslie Jones, Niecy Nash, and Maura Tierney all called on the Project Runway alum to make them look and, even more importantly, feel their best on the red carpet. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The 2016 Emmy Awards’ red carpet brought out major beauty inspiration. As the actresses, models and TV personalities posed for the cameras tonight, we couldn’t help but notice one runway-inspired makeup trend was dominating—bold, bright eye makeup—and Olivia Culpo and Emily Ratajkowski wore it best. L’Oréal Paris celebrity makeup artist Sir John was responsible for Olivia’s electric purple look. He […]
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, was steaming hot — both literally and figuratively. It was 86 degrees outside, and the stars were … glowing and (mostly) well dressed. From Sarah Hyland in pants to Emily Ratajkowski looking the complete opposite of “repugnant,” the best definitely brought it. As for the worst, well, those were few and far between, although several could have done better (sorry, Anna Chlumsky). Click through the gallery to see what everyone wore — and judge for yourself in the comments below.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Squads were in full effect at the 2015 Emmys red carpet, with three key shows representing in full force. Mad Men stars were excited to honor the last season of their AMC drama, swapping their retro attire for chic modern looks. The cast of the Netflix show Orange Is the New Black hit the red carpet looking ultra-glam — what a difference some curling irons and lipstick make! And ABC’s hilarious Modern Family cast arrived looking primped to the nines in an attempt to rake in the statues once again. Behold, the best groomed squads at the 2015 Emmy Awards. Related:‘Orange Is the New Black’ Star Taylor Schilling: ‘I’m Enough as I Am’Eric Stonestreet: The 4-Minute InterviewSofia Vergara’s New Fragrance — All About Love
On the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, the youngest cast members on the small screen, still glowing from their Labor Day tans, dolled up for the cameras with fresh-faced skin, dreamy hair, soft pink lips, and bold brows. For these lucky members of Young Hollywood, we hope this will be one of many red carpet appearances and award show nominations in a long career — and they’re already serving up scene-stealing beauty looks, especially with bare shoulders. It’s 100 degrees in Los Angeles, but these PYTs are not breaking a sweat.Related:Emmys BTS Beauty: Olivia Culpo, Padma Lakshmi and Giuliana RancicMindy Kaling and Tina Fey Host an Intimate Chat for 800Most Memorable Emmy Award Beauty Looks Ever
Movies lately are a yawn-inducing repetitive loop of superheroes and blockbuster sequels. Plus, any cool roles for women over 50 seem automatically to go to Meryl Streep. Sadly, there seem to be fewer and fewer richly layered, complex roles for more seasoned actresses. But on the small screen, it’s an entirely different story. TV is celebrating mature women with smart, powerhouse, kickass roles. Think Viola Davis’s sexy, diabolical, brilliant professor on How to Get Away With Murder, Jessica Lange’s not one but four distinctive roles on American Horror Story, or comedy genius Lily Tomlin reuniting with Jane Fonda on Grace & Frankie.At the 2015 Emmys the best in television and some of the greatest actresses ever were in the spotlight. Check out the women who ruled the night.Related:What a 107-Year-Old Poet Can Teach You About MindfulnessPatricia Clarkson: “I’m Not Part of Hollywood. I am a Woman of a Certain Age Working a Lot”Our Beauty Hero: An Unretouched Jamie Lee Curtis
Sequins, sleeves and chains dominated the sartorial styles at the 2015 Emmy Awards, but hair had its own recurring theme: the bob. From Claire Danes’ blonde tresses to Taraji P. Henson’s angled brunette style and Sarah Paulson’s slicked-back ‘do to Sarah Hyland’s wavy short locks, there was enough variety to make the single cut anything but boring.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The 2015 Emmys was a total style spectacular. From Heidi Klum’s out-there Versace get-up to 15-year-old Kiernan Shipka’s adorable dress-over-pants by Dior, and Maggie Gyllenhaal’s princess-like Oscar de la Renta gown, the fashion daredevils were out in full force. But did their risks pay off? For this special Emmys edition of Pint-Sized Style, we enlisted a group of professionals—four brutally honest and downright hilarious kids—to sit down with fashion expert and TV personalityRob Younkers at the Andaz West Hollywood .
Lady Gaga wears a dress designed by her best friend and stylist Brandon Maxwell. What a difference a week makes! Around this time last Monday, Brandon Maxwell was putting the finishing touches on his debut collection to show during New York Fashion Week. Fast forward to Sunday, and his best friend and pop icon, Lady Gaga, chose to wear not one but two of his gowns to the Emmys and subsequent afterparties.
After working the red carpet at the Emmys in a one-shoulder dress from her friend and longtime stylist Brandon Maxwell, Lady Gaga switched from black to white to party the night away. Her second dress was strapless and a simple column piece, and made fit for Mother Monster with wild cloud-like sleeves that seemingly floated down from the sky and landed on her arms. But the singer wasn’t the only one to trade their statement-making red carpet gowns for more fun and flirty frocks: Sarah Hyland slipped out of her berry Zac Posen number and put on an LBD, Queen Latifah took off her dress and opted for party pants and a green fedora. But most people didn’t bother. Kerry Washington, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, January Jones, and others stuck with their original looks. The after parties, hosted by Fox and HBO, also opened up the guest list, inviting not just nominees and presenters but various celebrities including Katherine McPhee in a black jumpsuit, Jennifer Morrison in a dress over pants, Abigail Breslin in a vintage-inspired flapper dress, and more. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
At this year’s Emmys, the stars challenged the convention that the only way to look amazing was to put on a traditional, red carpet-ready gown. In other words, they didn’t play it safe. Although critic’s darling and Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany didn’t bring home an Emmy tonight, she definitely looked chic in an all-white Bouchra Jarrar suit, which, by the way, was the only thing she had on—there was nothing underneath. GOT’s Sophie Turner, meanwhile, paired simple black pants with a deep, purplish blue tube top from up-and-coming London designers Galvan. ...
At its hottest recorded temperature, the red carpet reached a blood-boiling 106 degrees. Jaimie Alexander, star of the upcoming show Blindspot and new fianceé of Peter Facinelli, accessorized in the coolest way possible: with a minifan. While Alexander’s was certainly the smartest accoutrement, there were plenty of others that were fashionable, fun, and flirty. From Mindy Kaling’s customized Edie Parker clutch to Amy Poehler’s bangles, the gorgeous dresses were made into full and fabulous ensembles with a little help from some friends.
Amy Schumer’s Inside Amy Schumer just won the first ever Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, and while on stage accepting her award, Schumer remarked that she should have prepared a speech beforehand. “Thanks everybody who helped me — the girl who gave me this smoky eye,” she said, giving a shout out to her makeup artist. Right before Schumer accepted the award, Tiller post a photo on Instagram of the makeup team doing touchups right in front of the Emmys stage.
It’s the last time the show will be honored, the first time Jon Hamm will win an Emmy, and as good a reason as any to wear hot pink. Elisabeth Moss wore a strapless magenta ball gown by Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta, while Jessica Paré looked elegant in a goddess-like rose-colored dress by Monse, an emerging brand designed by Oscar de la Renta alumns. Joanna Newsom, meanwhile, was the most fashion forward in a layered Delpozo dress from the brand’s SS15 collection. And finally, OITNB’s Samira Wiley embraced not just the hot pink trend, but also the one-shoulder, which we saw all evening.
Manhattan’s go-to color made its way west on Sunday night, where a handful of women hit the red carpet at the 67th Emmy Awards dressed in black. Lady Gaga gave her stylist, Brandon Maxwell, his awards show debut (he just launched his collection at New York Fashion Week) in an aysmmetrical gown, while Julia Louis Dreyfus wore emerging designer Safiyya, and Amanda Peet chose Michael Kors. Sparkle reigned supreme, via Kerry Washington in silver, Sarah Paulson in black and navy Prabal Gurung, and dozens of other bedazzled gowns. Long sleeves, hot pink, and even bright yellow repeatedly popped up over the course of the night, as did suits and bobs. Here are the night’s biggest trends. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
If the 2015 Emmys proved anything, it’s that celebrities have magical abilities to sill look amazing on the red carpet no matter what Mother Nature throws at them. Held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday in Los Angeles, California, stars posed on the step-and-repeat looking put together — and gorgeous — despite the 100 degree heat. Many got top marks for their style — hello Taraji P. Henson in Alexander Wang, Aubrey Plaza in Alexandre Vaulthier, and Ariel Winter in Romona Keveza — while some barely made the grade (sorry, Heidi Klum). Yet one thing’s for sure: everyone passed. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
“You’re wearing yourself? That’s like masturbating.” Leave it to Jimmy Kimmel to call out Ryan Seacrest’s self-promotion on the red carpet at the 2015 Emmy Awards. The E!
Just in case you missed the memo, it’s been a big year (or two) for short hair. Photos of lobs fill our Instagram feeds (some of the best ones have been created by hair master Kristin Ess), and we are seeing more and more celebs trade updos for short looks on the red carpet. This year’s Emmy Awards are no exception. From Taraji P. Henson to Taylor Schilling, here are our favorite award-show chops. Related: Emmys BTS Beauty: Olivia Culpo, Padma Lakshmi, and Giuliana Rancic
On Sunday night, however, on the red carpet of the 67th Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Shipka looked sleek. She pulled off one of the hardest styling tricks—a dress over pants—layering an embellished off the shoulder tunic by Dior Couture (from Raf Simons’s Fall 2012 collection) over skinny black pants with classic pointed pumps.