September 23, 2012 by Paulene
Aside from the ladies in yellow, another popular color at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards was red. But stars like Kat Dennings, Mayim Bialik, Cat Deeley, Jena Malone, Tina Fey & Julia Louis-Dreyfus didn’t just choose any kind of red. Except for Cat Deeley, all these ladies chose a darker shade of red. Check out what they wore to this year’s Emmys.
First up is another one of our favorite funny ladies – “2 Broke Girls” star Kat Dennings hand-in-hand with her boyfriend Nick Zano. The 26-year-old actress went with a deep red J. Mendel silk chiffon gown (from the Pre-Fall 2012 collection) that featured a sweetheart neckline, gorgeous gathering at the bodice connected to the central draping element of her floor-length skirt. Under her sexy gown is a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes.
Wearing black nails, Kat accessorized with a golden Neil Lane bracelet and matching ring that featured black onyx stone. She then finished off her look with her trademark matte red lips, a pinkish blush and a gold Jennifer Behr hairpiece attached to her wavy black hair.
Mayim Bialik, who was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series for her role in “The Big Bang Theory,” wore a burgundy custom-made Pamella Roland chiffon gown that featured sheer long sleeves with cuffs, draping on the bodice and a flowing skirt with a stunning train.
Although Mayim had to wear a cast of sorts on her right hand due to her recent accident, the comedian looked nothing like hurting. She accessorized with a diamond Jane Basch yard chain necklace and finished off her look by styling her brunette hair down with cascading curls swept to one side.
Cat Deeley went with a bright red Andrew Gn gown (from the Resort 2013 collection) that featured a one-shoulder strap with pleated details, a mermaid silhouette and some delicate pleating on the bodice and around the hips. She break up the red streak with a black, white and gold Bulgari clutch with a geometric design and added glitz to her outfit thanks to a bunch of Bulgari bracelets and drop-style earrings. The “So You Think You Can Dance” host finished off her look with a chic updo and complimenting makeup.
Jena Malone, one of the latest recruits for the box office hit “Hunger Games,” stepped out on the red carpet wearing a dark red J. Mendel satin-chiffon dress (from the Resort 2013 collection) that featured double straps, stunning hand-pleated bodice, a floor-length draped skirt and a sexy thigh-high slit.
Malone paired up her gown with metallic Casadei double-buckle, ankle-strap sandals (from the Fall 2012 collection) with matching metallic box clutch and a gold statement ring. She styled her black hair into a low bun with blunt bangs. Smokey eyes and flawless makeup completed her look.
Tina Fey is getting more and more stylish with every red carpet appearance. The “30 Rock” star wore a breathtaking custom-made oxblood Vivienne Westwood gown that featured gold Baroque embroidered black inset at the bust, a draped bodice and floor-length hem. Although not seen, a pair of dark gold Jimmy Choo open-toe platform sandals completed her ensemble.
Fey added a bit of glitz to her outfit with complimentary Fred Leighton bracelets with a pair of dangling earrings. She also brought along a black and gold Roger Vivier “Boite de Nuit” minaudiere. Tina styled her hair into a swept-up, volumized updo and wore smokey eyes with nude lips.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who won the award for ‘Best Actress in a Comedy’ for her work on “Veep,” looked picture-perfect wearing a custom-made oxblood Vera Wang silk-tulle gown that featured a mermaid silhouette with a short layered train, and a corset bodice with a defined waist band and delicate sheer straps. She then paired it up with a matching color Brian Atwood “Karin” satin pumps.
The 51-year-old actress added a contrasting pop of color thanks to her turquoise and diamond Irene Neuwirth ring and matching earrings. She finished off her look by gathering her black hair into a low bun and wearing minimal makeup with metallic eyeshadow.
Photos by: Adriana M. Barraza/Apega/FayesVision/WENN.com
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