Emmy Night's Biggest Statement Makers
HEIDI KLUM: SEQUINS GALORE
No, your eyes aren’t blinded just by her amazing supermodel body – those sequins go all the way up on pomegranate Atelier Versace gown. “It’s not the most loosey-goosey dress I’ve ever worn, but I love it,” she says of the heavily embellished design.
KERRY WASHINGTON:MAJOR APPLIQUéS
Normally, we’d say there’s nothing risky about slipping on a gorgeous, ivory Marchesa gown, especially for the World’s Best Dressed Woman. But that garden she’s growing on her train? It’s a scandalous amount of detail we didn’t see coming.
ZOSIA MAMET:BLACK LEATHER BRA
“I let her go crazy,” the Girls star says of giving Honor designer Giovanna Randall full rein over creating her let’s-just-call-it-unique gown, which features a watercolor-inspired print and a built-in bandeau on the bodice.
CONNIE BRITTON: ALLOVER VELVET
We understand: Hair that good is completely distracting. But while you were busy obsessing over Rayna James’s amazing mane, we were eyeing her wintery Naeem Kham gown. In fact, we’re getting chills just looking at the gold-embroidered design that she paired with a metallic Stuart Weitzman clutch.
JESSICA PARé:THE TORPEDO BODICE
Is anyone else having flashbacks to cone bra days? Fine, it’s not quite that dramatic, but the top half of the Mad Men actress’s aqua Oscar de la Renta gown certainly got people buzzing.
AUBREY PLAZA: EMBELLISHED TURTLENECKS
AMANDA PEET:LACE TURTLENECKS
In Chapter Two of the new best-seller Turtlenecks at the Emmys, Amanda selects a sheer Erdem gown complete with a lace fabric around the neck.
ROSE BYRNE: A STOMACH CUTOUT
We were waiting for abs to hit the carpet! The actress brings her washboard stomach to the Emmys in a daring petal-pink Calvin Klein Collection column gown, showing off a risqué swath of skin at the waist.