Emmy Fashion Rundown

This relates to TV just enough that I’m going to do it. Deal with it.

Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad

Not her best, but if anyone is going to pull off sexy mermaid, its her.

Nicole Kidman in Antonio Berardi

I repect her for still taking fashion risks, its very rare on a red carpet, but I still don’t know if this was her best choice.

Claire Danes in Lanvin

Dear pregnant ladies of the red carpet, this is NOT how its done. I can’t image anything looking less flattering.

January Jone in Zac Posen

We get it girl, you are all kinds of fierce.

Tina Fey in Vivienne Westwood

She is shutting this down! Funny, smart, and now add chic as hell. Of course, now she has no excuse to go back to her sloppy, misguided ways.

Julianne Moore in Dior

This color was all over the red carpet last night, but in my opinion no one pulled it off as well as Julianne. The skirt is smidge too full, though.

Amy Poehler in Stella McCartney

Not the most flattering on her midsection, but her message is coming across loud and clear. And that message is “Eat your heart out, Arnett”.

Ginnifer Goodwin in Monique Lhuillier

This is an insanely difficult dress to pull off and on another starlet it would be a disaster. Ginnifer has enough quirky cred to make it seem a little more acceptable. The color is perfect on her. Hate the hem.

Julianna Margulies in Giambattista Valli Couture

Working a print on the red carpet is alway a risk and usually for  good reason (See: Elizabeth Moss), but when its done right its beyond refreshing. This is done right.

Lucy Liu in Versace

The phrase “metal dress” brings to mind some pretty horrid images, but this is kind of working for me.

Julie Bowen in Monique Lhuillier

Working it. Head. To. Toe.

Elizabeth Moss in Dolce & Gabbana

Love ya, Liz, but this is very much not your dress.

Lena Dunham in Prada

I’ve never seen a woman so determined to look frumpy. The waist needs to be lowered, the skirt needs less volume and neckline could stand to be lowered too. Hair and makeup are fabulous. Baby steps.

Sarah Paulson in Reem Acra

Very pretty, if a little standard.

Jane Krakowski in Kaufmanfranco

I love the subtle ombre effect at the top. A little detail like that is what elevates something from standard sparkle to something a tad more special.

Shannon Woodward in Gabriela Cadena

Easily one of my favorites of the night. Everything is working, the proportions, the sparkle, the hair. LOVE.

– Devin Mainville

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