Two red carpet posts two days in a row? Thank you VMAs and Labor Day for forcing the Emmys on us a little early…and on a Monday. Last night was TV’s biggest night (AKA the Emmys). It’s not necessarily fashion’s biggest night but there were actually pretty decent looks this year. Even I’m sort of impressed. But enough of this intro, let’s see who wore what to the 2014 Emmys.
I hope you’re not sick of all this red carpet talk yet, because I’ve cranked out ONE more post with my favorite looks of the night. Are you ready?
And my Met Gala best dressed picks are…
We’ve had some major hits so far on this Golden Globes red carpet. Like Lizzy Caplan in Pucci and Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren to name a few. As well as some disasters like Julia Roberts (you can’t really beat that for worst dressed). And now onto the final installment of this year’s Golden Globes red carpet, including my third and last best dressed pick for the evening.
The red carpet may have gotten a little damp, Jennifer Lawrence almost lost one of her many borrowed pieces of jewelry, and if you don’t know the name Lupita Nyong’o you’re going to know it now. The 2014 Golden Globes happened last night and if you missed it, you’re not going to find out who won here on CCF but if you want to know who wore what then you’ve come to the right place.
Let’s do this.
One fashion program I hope never goes away is the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. Every year since 2004, they give a grant and mentorship to one promising designer after an extensive round of interviews, presentations, etc. (fun fact: Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and and Jack McCollough were the first ever winners). Last night was the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund dinner where this year’s winner was announced…
Juan Carlos Obando, Dao-Yi Chow, Julianne Moore, Tom Ford, Maxwell Osborne, and Marc Alary