67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2015 - The Red Carpet
Let the Games Begin!
Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Better Call Saul, Homeland, House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, Downton Abbey, Modern Family, Veep, Bloodline, Ray Donovan, Nurse Jackie, The Good Wife, Parks and Recreation, American Horror Story - Freak Show, Wolf Hall, How to Commit Murder to name a few....
The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards list of winners accurately assessed the viewership fervor for the best theater in town! Of course, Game of Thrones grabbed the Outstanding Best Drama for 2015, which was by far the most emotional, complex and moving show of the year. The "walk of shame" scene was utterly gut wrenching and riveting. And finally, Peter Dinklage won Outstanding Best Supporting Actor for his role as Tyrion. Who can forget the infamous scene, "I did not do it!" in the previous season of Game of Thrones? For Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama series, Jon Hamm also assuredly won for the stellar performance as the dashing and dysfunctional Don Draper entrancing audiences for seven years until the curtail call in 2015. Mad Men is the iconic series of the decade - brilliant, savvy, transfixing and completely unforgettable. The fashion is refreshingly compelling and pushing a resurgence for dressing with style. The hilarious HBO show Veep is so presidential winning the vote for Outstanding Comedy Series. Don't forget the ladies taking the spotlight with Viola Davis for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama in How to Commit Murder and Julia Louis Dreyfus, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for Veep. And the list of winners goes on and on. Congratulations to all! The "Telly" is the place to see the latest and greatest in film.
As for The Red Carpet Fashion......
The Telly diva's graced the red carpet at the Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, in resplendent shades of hues and glitter under unbearable 100 degree heat. The sizzling heat waves created dripping and shiny attire festooned on the ladies and gentlemen. The fashion mavens donned in black stood out along with vibrant pink a few sparkles and white with black.
“A woman’s dress should be a like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.” —Sophia Loren
The Diva's Slayed the Red Carpet
"You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it." —Edith Head
|Grace Kelly - Rear Window 1954 - Gown Designed by Edith Head|
"Pretty in Pink"
Mad Mad Mad Megan
Downstairs Downton Princess
|Joanne Froggatt - Downton Abbey - J Mendel|
Orange no Pink Diva
|Samira Wiley - Orange is the New Black - Fushia|
The Ladies Impress in Black
|Taraji P. Henson - Alexander Wang|
|Jamie Lee Curtis - Wearing Black|
|Julie Bowen - Georges Chakra Couture|
And the President is...
|Julia Louis Dreyfus - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy -Veep - Safiyaa|
Exceptional Style Every Year!
Forever Chic Style - "The Queen" Once Again!
Sophia, once again, slays the red carpet in St. John Knits captured the audience with this figure hugging shimmering number.
Forever Chic Style - The Frumpy Frog Queen
Klum donned a frightening yellow Atelier Versace feathery concoction which screamed notice me please! And, this number achieved the objective but for all the wrong reasons. This diva, a star of Project Runway, seems to forget the importance of style on a red carpet. On the other hand, when wanting attention, Klum went to the end of the fabric roll and garnered the Frumpy Frog Queen for the evening.
Wise words from Coco Chanel.....
|Coco Chanel (1883-1971) - French Fashion Designer and Founder of Chanel Brand|
“Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman." Coco Chanel
"Act your age! Dress for the occasion and never wear something different or frumpy especially when fit and lovely. All it signifies is need for attention. Did Audrey, Grace or Sophia follow the "attention grabbing" path? NO! A sophisticated beauty and artist must shine with self confidence wearing the perfect outfit."
|Audrey Hepburn - (1929- 1993) British Actress & Humanitarian|
Kim Hardwick - Forever Chic Style