School of frock: Emmy awards edition
Hollywood’s small-screen stars, who usually play it safe at the annual Emmy Awards red carpet, present more hits than misses this year
Gown: Zuhair Murad
Who wouldn't have major love for something so bloomin' beautiful? There's drama, romance and so much garden nymph fabulousness going on, she's the undisputed belle of the ball.
Fake tan fail aside, Danes is still a golden girl in this dazzling show-stopper that makes her look like, quite appropriately, a walking Emmy. These days, if you can't win one, just dress like one.
Gown: Zac Posen
It's not easy to stand out amid all the look-at-me gowns, but this perfect, modern, wintry dress holds its own. Great combination of texture and sheerness, great fit, great silhouette.
Gown: Georges Chakra
The E! host isn't usually a red carpet favourite but, by now, everyone knows I'm a sucker for delicate, embroidered, tulle, princess dresses. And if they are rendered in pale pink and come with a matching cape-train, I'm sold.
Dress: Christian Siriano
Here's proof that post-partum sleep deprivation causes new mums to make really bizarre decisions. I hate to knock someone who just gave birth two months ago but Chlumsky basically covers up her baby belly by grabbing her bedding, quilt cover, pillow case and maybe even her placenta. I hope she was at least comfortable the whole time.
She is a sexy Bollywood goddess who should never stoop to the level of basic, baggy, almost monastic LBDs that suck the life out of her. Chopra's way better than that and, thankfully, reverts to siren mode at the Emmys in a sizzling, red-hot number. The world can breathe easy again.
Premiere of Hands Of Stone in New York City, Aug 22
Shoes: Louis Vuitton
68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sept 18
Gown: Jason Wu