The Emmys red carpet kicked off with a red-hot show on the fashion carpet in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES — Glamor was back at the Emmys on Monday with some metallic sheen and lots of bright colors as an otherworldly Brit Lauer, Old Hollywood Elle Fanning and her co-stars hit the gold carpet in sticky Los Angeles humidity. were walking
Lower, from “Severance,” wore a gold Venetian beaded gown with elbow-length gloves. Above were cut and thin embellished straps.
“It felt like I wanted to wear an outdoor space. I appreciate clothes, my mom was a home economics teacher. I feel great in that,” Lower told The Associated Press.
There were lots of figure-hugging looks and old Hollywood glam. Connie Burton was in a Monique Lhuillier goddess gown in soft pink, cape-like effect at the back. Elle Fanning wanted to honor the creators of her show, “Katherine,” so she wore a black and pink gown designed by Sharon Long on the bodice. Fanning’s hair was pulled back in a bob.
“I’ve always been inspired by the old Hollywood glam of the ’50s,” said Fanning, a first-time nominee.
Laverne Cox and Hamish Patel helped kick off the fashion parade, she in a bold black armor-esque Jean Paul Gaultier Couture mini and he in a white print tuxedo jacket, ditching the usual evening black. Royal blue on Sarah Thompson (a “Yellow Jackets” writer), marigold yellow and more – bright colors were a strong start to the night.
“I’m pretty hot, I’m in a three-piece suit. I like the suit, but I didn’t expect the heat,” Patel said.
Natasha Rothwell of “The White Lotus” chose red for a gown with short balloon sleeves and a hot item on the fashion carpets — pockets! Megan Stalter also went for a red dress that celebrated her curves. “Severance”‘s Jane Tullock was in the red zone, wearing a thigh-high slit and structured sleeve number by Thierry Mugler, accessorized with drop pearl earrings.
“I’m a big fan of her line. It’s elegant but still has a sense of humor,” Tullock said.
Stalter, from “Hex,” was in Burnt Velvet by Norma Kamali. She wore a fake red rose between her breasts.
“It took my breath away and my words. It’s like a sexy dress. It’s wild like me,” she said.
Mark Indelicato was in the Red Club, sort of. Indelicato’s hair was bright red and his black tux had long split tails like a train. And men? Phil Dunster of “Ted Lasso” went for a burgundy tux with black lapels, though his Lasso co-star Brett Goldstein and many other men stuck with black.
Emily Heller, meanwhile, went in a different direction. Her little floral dress had a “Cook Me” sign on the back, and a bit of toilet paper stuck to one shoe.