Such fun, diverse red carpet looks this year!
As for favorites...I know it wasn't everyone's cup of tea, and some would say it looked like a tea cup, but I absolutely LOVED Regina King's dress. Some critics blasted the stiffness of the skirt, but I thought it was a major part of the charm and this was a serious dress that came to win.
That beading was INSANE.
How can anyone not love that??
One of my other favorites was a total surprise...Sarah Hyland in this stunningly simple burgundy Zac Posen gown. She looks majorly all grown up, and her hair was super cute. As Zac would say, 'Brava'.
Kerry Washington in Marc Jacobs killed it. Love the silver metal mesh, love the shoulder detail, the thigh slit is perfectly done. She must have been a hella sweaty mess but man, does she look cool.
It gives me comfort that even beautiful Hollywood starlets have feet that are too wide for their nudist heels.
This was the best Claire Danes has ever looked. This purple & pink sequined, chain strapped Prada dress was quite a risk for her, and her hair and makeup were perfect.
Adam Samberg's wife, Joanna Newsom in DelPozo, really stood out as completely original. If Cate Blanchett had worn this, she wold have been deemed Best Dressed.
LOVED Naomi Watts in this Dior embellished tea length gown.
Usually not my favorite type of look, this Marchesa gown on Julianne Hough was quite stunning.
And Holy Cha-moly...Laverne Cox in this Calvin Klein column...it's hard to say this was understated or simple because she just rocks it so much. The color of this gown is perfect; hair and makeup, perfect; cutouts in proportion to the dress, perfect; and the detail of the bright yellow nail polish...perfect.
This was super fresh and I loved the colors ~ Ellie Kemper in Naeem Khan. She is adorable. Everyone has told me I must watch The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and it is high on my list.
Serious props to Lady GaGa, I also thought this was her best ever. Loved the simplicity touched with a sweep of dramatic sculptural detail. Gown by Brandon Maxwell.
Let's talk about modest fashion for a sec.
Look at Jimmy Kimmel's wife! She is perfection.
And maybe Jaimie Alexander was tired of showing it all so she covered it all up. I think that is a brave choice for a starlet, and she looks terrific.
WHO is Emily Robinson? I don't know, but she is adorable in this dress!!
Lena Headey in a Zuhair Murad beaded burgundy gown...I just love her. Not only is she 41 years old, she just had a baby in July. JULY.
Footnote, I recently met a woman at a fashion show whose real real name is Cersei. Fer Reals. And she was super cute.
Speaking of Game Of Thrones, let's run through them all right now. Gwendoline Christie...WOW! Who knew? Quite impressive, I loved this Giles Deacon gown, the color worked, the hair, the makeup, it was all lovely.
Maisie Williams aka Arya Stark in a very modern Ermanno Scervino. Quilted dress. I think she looks great, love her hair...the shoes were fun...but even though I'm a fan of this dress length, I wish she would have had it shortened a bit. Quite a bit.
Carise Van Houten who plays Milasandre...I couldn't decide on this one. She looks unhappy, maybe the gown arrived late and they didn't have time to steam it, hence the creased fold lines across the skirt. I was just glad she didn't wear red.
And...well...Sophie Turner...I didn't love this.
This photo is deceivingly fun. Jill Soloway and her polka dot pantsuit look sooo fun, don't they? She turned a most timely win in to a snooze fest. Not fun. Kinda dig the shoes though.
Kiernan Shipka was completely stylish and appropriate for her age. She's a sweetie. She was recently a guest judge on Project Runway and I was so impressed with her kind and thoughtful comments.
She could have helped her TV mom, January Jones. I was not a fan of the Jolly Green Jumpsuit, and I love a green jumpsuit!
The exaggerated sweetheart neckline, the too-high bust point...
...just not that great, but much better than this:
And while we're on pants, this burgundy elf suit is just no.
Christina should have rocked the green jumpsuit, she might have pulled it off. This shaped beaded number might be a bit mature for her. But, she can wear it again in 40 years so it was probably a good investment.
That 70's show called the 80's and Joan Collins wants her wardrobe back.
Heidi. WHY??? And What?T. F.
I mean, Come on.
This was my favorite overall look of the night. Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy throwin' back the years. You know they are having some Freaky-deeky sex.
That's about all I got.
What were your favorites or not so favorites this year?