Television and its stars were lauded on Sunday evening at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards, and as always, the silver screen's biggest names showed up in the fashion industry's biggest names. It was hard to choose, but we managed to put together a list of a few favorites. --Angel
Padma Lakshmi took our breath away in this stunning orange number by FIDM Grad-turned-red carpet designer Monique Lhuillier. We couldn't have picked a more perfect gown for the television host; the color and silhouette seem to have been made just for her.
We don't typically see acid yellow gowns on such a formal red carpet, but then again, Monique Lhuillier didn't design this gown to be hidden in the back of the closet! Modern Family star Julie Bowen chose it for the big night and looked flawless, especially with her playful half updo.
Ginnifer Goodwin also wore Monique Lhuillier, and landed on several best dressed lists because of it. The red flame pattern over champagne frock boasted a classic silhouette that had a romantic vintage look, but was at the same time fresh and modern.
There wasn't an abundance of glittery gowns on the red carpet this year, but Kerry Washington's draped Vivienne Westwood number was one of the best we saw. She really brought the drama with an all over sequined gown in a blush hue that reflected every camera flash as she walked the carpet.
Girls actress Allison Williams was a red carpet hit in jewel tone Oscar de la Renta. The dramatic, emerald colored, strapless gown featured an on-trend peplum and origami folds at the bust. Fred Leighton jewels completed her look.
Prints are sometimes hard to pull off on the red carpet (they tend to look less formal) but we think Modern Family star Ariel Winter nailed it with this printed Katherine Kidd frock. The high-low hem were right on trend and showed off her Brian Atwood platforms nicely.
Suburgatory's Jane Levy chose the perfect color to complement her auburn locks. The drapey silhouette and wide cap sleeves of her cobalt Pamela Roland gown gave the look a slight Grecian feel, and diamond jewels added a bit of Hollywood glamour.