Red Carpet Arrivals
Red Carpet Arrivals
's leading lady looked lovely in a dove gray J. Mendel dress. A bow-shaped Van Cleef amp Arpels diamond bracelet and a Judith Leiber clutch added glitz to her soft look.
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Nominated in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category, Sofia Vergara chose a hand-beaded Zuhair Murad mermaid gown. Not one to shy away from flaunting her curves, the look featured a reverse halter neckline and open back. Vergara accessorized with over 175 carats of Neil Lane jewels from the Diamond Hollywood collection.
"I just don't want to stand next to her in the same color," Julie Bowen said of coordinating with her Modern Family co-star Sofia Vergara. The actress definitely went a different (and stunning) direction in Monique Lhuillier's citron gown that she accessorized with a Swarovski clutch and sapphire Bochic jewels.
hit the red carpet clad in a burgundy corseted Vivienne Westwood strapless gown. "The moment I tried it on I knew [it was the right dress]," she told reporters. "The fit was so kind and I love the color." The funny lady accessorized with a Roger Vivier clutch and Fred Leighton jewelry.
After debating between two dresses, the nominee opted for the lighter option on the hot L.A. day! The choice: a sequin-embellished Antonio Berardi design and sandals to match. She accented the gown with carved lavender jade and diamond pendant earrings from Fred Leighton.
The Big Bang Theory star walked the carpet in a one-shoulder Oliver Tolentino gown draped in emerald and turquoise silk chiffon. "I knew I wanted to do green," she told InStyle.com. "I was just introduced to Oliver and ended up wearing his stuff all week. Not only is he a fantastic designer, but he's a sweet guy. This was the first dress I tried and I came back to it." She accented her dress with diamond drop earrings from Open Hearts by Jane Seymour and a Rebecca Minkoff minaudiere.
's blue tulle Reem Acra gown featured intricate beading and a contrasting black belt. The Game Change actress, nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a miniseries or movie, accessorized her dazzling dress with Brian Atwood heels and 50-carat diamond drop earrings and diamond bangles from Lorraine Schwartz.
Although boyfriend Ryan Seacrest admitted he originally preferred Julianne Hough's hair up, the E! star agreed that Hough looked stunning in the finger waves she selected to complement her seafoam Georges Hobeika gown, Judith Leiber minaudiere and over $400,000 worth of Norman Silverman jewels.
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Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
and Portia de Rossi arrived at the Emmys working monochromatic ensembles. DeGeneres wore a black suit with patent lace-up oxford wedges, while de Rossi chose a sheer nude jumpsuit with embroidered detailing and pumps in a similar shade.
knockout Christina Hendricks had onlookers buzzing about her strapless Christian Siriano gown, complete with a belt and cascading ruffles. Hendricks accessorized her look with a Judith Leiber bag and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including $1.8 million ruby and diamond earrings.
Kaley Cuoco cheered on her Big Bang Theory castmates in a citrus peplum gown by Angel Sanchez. The actress finished off her look in H. Stern citrine jewelry, dark nails and a loose, side braid.
Presenter Kerry Washington adored her iridescent blush Vivienne Westwood column, but was especially enamored of her clutch. "I fell in love with this bag by Kotur," she told InStyle.com. "Last night on Twitter, I decided this really cute lizard [on the clutch] needed a name." She added jewelry by Fred Leighton to her playful look.
The 30 Rock drama queen glittered in Kaufmanfranco's sequined ombre stunner. Diamond and emerald Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, a Judith Leiber clutch and tousled waves gave the ultra-glam look a modern feel.
Michelle Dockery was treated to a custom-made Louis Vuitton gown. "[The idea] came from a color of a T-shirt I had," she told InStyle.com. "The top part is similar to one dress I tried on and the bottom part was another dress. I love it, it has pockets so it's casual as well as being glamorous." Her finishing touches included 19th-century Fred Leighton diamonds and a Jimmy Choo clutch.
The Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series winner looked effortlessly elegant in a custom Vera Wang mermaid gown with classic corset detailing and sheer ruched overlay accents. Irene Neuwirth jewelry accented this ultra-glam look.
Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt
Star couple Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt stunned on the red carpet-Hamm in a dapper Giorgio Armani suit, and Westfeldt in a blue, strapless number from J. Mendel. Delicate De Beers jewelry, a Judith Leiber minaudiere, Rene Caovilla Swarovski crystal-studded heels, and soft curls put the finishing touches on her sapphire look.
The Game of Thrones star brought the drama in an all-black Armani Prive ensemble. She finished the look with Penny Preville blackened white gold and diamond feather earrings.
host Heidi Klum looked stunning in a daring sheer seafoam gown. Alexandre Vauthier designed the dress, which Klum said she chose for its color, cut and high slit. She added Charlotte Olympia sandals, a Judith Leiber bag and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, including $750,000 black opal, pink diamond, and paraiba drop earrings and two diamond and paraiba rings.
"I'm in love with this dress. It has pockets and it's wonderful for showing off the skirt," Emilia Clarke told InStyle.com about the tea-length white Chanel creation she chose to fete Game of Thrones's 11 nominations. "I just thought it was quite cool and quite young." She also wore Christian Louboutin pumps and Chanel Fine Jewelry.
Former SNL funny gal Kristen Wiig chose an ethereal silk chiffon Balenciaga halter dress. Her long brunet waves, Jimmy Choo pumps, Judith Leiber clutch and stacked Fred Leighton rings completed the bohemian-chic look.
walked the red carpet in a lace-overlay Badgley Mischka gown. "This is my favorite from their most recent runway collection," she told InStyle.com. "I feel lucky because it's so hot out and this is so light, which is rare for a long dress."
"This is Monique Lhuillier," presenter Ginnifer Goodwin told InStyle.com of her embellished organza gown. "She's as talented as they come. It's rather sparkly and it's shockingly comfortable." The Once Upon a Time star accented the dress with Christian Louboutin pointy-toe ankle strap heels, a crystal-studded Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, a Rona Pfeiffer ring and earrings and a Graziela ring.
Though admittedly heavy, Versace's contoured metal (yes, metal!) gown was worked to perfection by Lucy Liu who paired her design with a silver Giuseppe Zanotti clutch and 30-carat diamond studs and a 9-carat diamond ring, both by Lorraine Schwartz.
Why did Claire Danes, the Lead Actress in a Drama favorite for her role in Homeland, choose her canary yellow Lanvin column? "It didn't need any tweaking!" the then-pregnant star revealed on the red carpet. She accented the standout dress with Lorraine Schwartz drop earrings and diamond bangles and Barbara Bui heels.
went bold in an eye-catching J. Mendel design and gold accessories, including Carrera y Carrera jewelry and a Jimmy Choo clutch.
So You Think You Can Dance
host Cat Deeley stunned in a red silk one-shoulder Andrew Gn gown. Jewelry and a graphic minaudiere, all from Bulgari, added an extra dose of glam to her look. "I like jewelry when it's super expensive, but you wear it on your pinky," she told InStyle.com. "I think you should layer it on."
took a cue from onscreen daughter Kiernan Shipka and turned to Zac Posen for her voluminous high-low gown. Her accessories included Christian Louboutin platforms, and a clutch and jewelry from Cartier.
was happy to show off her sleek black Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet pumps in her asymmetrical Dolce & Gabbana design. A pearl-embellished clutch from the label, a Norman Silverman diamond ring, H. Stern earrings and stacked bangles upped the drama of her floral dress.
Sparkling from head-to-toe in silver, Outstanding Lead Actress nominee Connie Britton paired her Andrew Gn halter gown with Neil Lane diamonds.
"I thought white would be great," Jessica Pare said of her Jason Wu gown. "And I'm glad it worked out, but especially working with someone like Jason, I would never say no to any color." She added diamond Bulgari jewelry and a black Christian Louboutin clutch to her custom red-carpet ensemble.