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Emmy Awards 2014 Gown Predictions

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Emmy Awards 2014 Gown Predictions

In exactly one week celebrities will attend the 2014 Emmys and we were wondering what the nominees should wear, so we scouted the wwworld and found these great predictions from eonline that cover our favorite nominees & shows. Sure, a lot of that excitement will be because of what happens during the actual awards show, but most of the hype will be a direct result of the red carpet arrivals. Since the Emmys is the first major event to take place since the 2014 Fall Haute Couture fashion shows, it means that the stars get first pick at some of the best gowns of the season. Here’s what they have to say:

“We have no idea what the Scandal star Kerry Washington might wear on Emmys night. This is partially why we love the new mom so much, she’s always surprising us—in a good way. That being said, we hope she might pick something as perfect as this Elie Saab Couture dress.

I think we can all agree that the Modern Family star Sofia Vergara shut it down in her red gown at the 2013 Emmys. And we’re hoping she opts for a repeat performance in the color but this time wearing one of her favorite designers Zuhair Murad. Another Modern Family star, Julie Bowen, has proven to be a huge fan of colorful, ultra feminine gowns. And, well, what do you know? This Elie Saab Couture dress is both of those things.

The Game of Thrones star, Emilia Clarke likes to play it safe on the red carpet but we think she should come out of her comfort zone with this Zuhair Murad gown. Because if anyone is going to pull off the dazzling dress it is definitely the Mother of Dragons.”

The Emmys is the perfect place for the Orange is the New Black actress Taylor Schilling to have her first red-hot moment and this Valentino gown would be just that.”

So, check out the predictions and share your thoughts!

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Private Moments at the Met Gala 2014

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Private Moments at the Met Gala 2014 Inside-the-Met-Gala-15 Inside-the-Met-Gala-12 Inside-the-Met-Gala-16 Inside-the-Met-Gala-11 Inside-the-Met-Gala-9 Inside-the-Met-Gala-17 Inside-the-Met-Gala-8 Inside-the-Met-Gala-7 Inside-the-Met-Gala-6 Inside-the-Met-Gala-5 Inside-the-Met-Gala-3Private Moments at the Met Gala 2014 Via Vogue

Private Moments at the Met Gala 2014: Sometimes the best way to connect at the Met is to let the fashion take the lead: Prabal Gurung felt a snag on his pantleg and looked up to find Idina Menzel, latched on by a sequin. Menzel is used to wearing an unwieldy dress: Her character Elphaba in the Broadway production of Wicked wore a dress with a train, and Menzel had to practice walking backwards in it across the stage. “The key is to kick it,” she said. Good advice for all of the massive dresses bumping tulle in the room. In a way, it was the less voluminous looks that stood out, like Alexa Chung’s trim Nina Ricci dress, the front of which was lined with 25 little blue bows. Peter Copping delivered a mini-lesson in numerology: “It’s 25 because two plus five is seven, which is lucky,” he said. “I’m lucky because I haven’t tripped tonight!” Chung replied. There were no trips, but several little train clips. The conversations were punctuated with little “ooh!”s, “hey!”s and “sorry!”s as heels landed on long skirts. “You have to watch it!” Gurung told Olivier Rousteing when his foot briefly held down a hem.

Brie Larson also took a comfortable route. She wore a gilded custom Prada ensemble. “They painted it with 20 percent gold,” she said, looking 100 percent lovely. She later chatted with fellow indie actress Greta Gerwig, and the two made plans to go dancing. And though Hailee Steinfeld’s Prabal Gurung dress had a long train, she said it was actually the most comfortable Met Gala dress she’s ever worn. Really? She summed up her explanation with two words: “No corset.”

With three words, Lauren Santo Domingo highlighted the priority of the night to a photographer: “Get. The. Necklace.” The necklace was JAR, from the jewelry exhibition. “It hasn’t been out of the Met very long,” she admitted. “It’s where it belongs.” Nearby, a collection of models were wearing the most architectural and James-like dresses of all. Karen Elson’s pale blush silk gown could double as a yurt in Mongolia, while Liu Wen’s Zac Posen—with incredible undulating rouching at the waist—looked like she was keeping a Louise Bourgeois spider under her skirt.

Giovanna Battaglia’s long braid was spiked with little roses (which of course matched the buds on her Dolce & Gabbana dress) and Dianna Agron eyed it with a little longing in her eyes before revealing she’d chopped off six inches of her hair that afternoon. No need to smell the roses though—she was ready to go still shorter. Lupita Nyong’o nearby—wearing her hair in a little roll with an elegant twenties-style velvet headband—made a very convincing case for a crop.

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Oscars 2014 Red Carpet Arrivals

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Images Via Bazaar Oscars 2014: Red Carpet Arrivals

Oscars 2014 Red Carpet Arrivals was ruled by classic chic. These best dressed celebrities showed off their fashion power!

Portia de Rossi in Naeem Khan
Angelina Jolie in Elie Saab Couture
Lady Gaga Atelier Versace
Sandra Bullock in Alexander McQueen
Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace
Lupita Nyong’o in Prada
Charlize Theron in Dior
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior
Amy Adams in Gucci Couture
Emma Watson in Vera Wang
Cate Blanchet in Armani Prive
Olivia Wilde in Valentino
Anne Hathaway in Gucci
Jessica Biel in Chanel Couture
Naomi Watts in Calvin Klein Collection

Who wore your favorite gown?

Check out every winning dress worn by the Best Actress recipient since the first Oscars in 1929.
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Dresses Worn By All The Best Actress Oscar Winners

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Courtesy of: Mediarun Dresses Worn By All The Best Actress Oscar Winners

All The Best Actress Oscar Winners, was created by London digital media agency Media Run, an infographic of every winning dress worn by the Best Actress recipient since the first Oscars in 1929. Other than the pleasure of looking at the dresses and remembering them from the occasion, it is interesting to see how styles change over the decades. The 50s are classically elegant, as one might expect, while the love/hate relationship people have with 80s fashion is on full display with wildly different and highly original designs each year. The early ceremonies were a far less extravagant occasion and fashion choices reflected that, while today’s events see luxurious flowing gowns from the world’s leading designers.

Do you know any of the missing designers for some of these dresses? Let us know!

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Grammy 2014 Best Dressed

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 Images Via Reuters

The Grammy Awards is just as much about fashion as it is about music, since the red-carpet arrivals makes a show of its own. The event is regarded as one of the most stylish nights of the year in Hollywood, along with the Golden Globes and the Oscars.

However, the dress code for the Grammys is much more relaxed in comparison to, say, the Academy Awards, meaning there are no limits as to what the stars will wear—or won’t wear, for that matter.

Which one was your favorite?

Katy Perry in Valentino Couture
Taylor Swift in Gucci Premiere
Beyonce in Michael Costello
Ciara in Emilio Pucci
Amber Rose in Naeem Khan
Madonna in Ralph Lauren
Paris Hilton in Haus of Milani
Pink in Johanna Johnson
Kacey Musgraves in Armani Prive

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