I’m a little late on this one, but of course I had to do a best dressed list for the 2015 Emmy Awards. Enjoy!!
Julianne was ravishingly stunning in the Marchesa gown she ordered hot off last week’s runway and a Neil Lane brooch in her hair.
Hair look details from Julianne’s hair stylist Riawna Capri — “We opted for a slightly disheveled look with a little edge that worked seamlessly with the black lace and elaborate details of the dress,”
Julianne Hough‘s luminous skin and extra-long lashes were courtesy of makeup artist Spencer Barnes.
Other look details —
- Neil Lane jewelry
- Jimmy Choo clutch
- Stylist Anita Patrickson
Giuliana looked effortlessly ethereal in this fully beaded embellished rose pink gown by Ziad Nakad. Great work by her stylist Monica Rose. For beauty, she had Patrick Ta on board for makeup, creating a soft, subtle look, and Melissa Brown for hair, sleek waves. To complete her look, Guiliana donned a few elegant pieces of Forevermark diamonds.
Emma looked beautiful and angelic in this custom Jenny Packham dress with Old Hollywood appeal, plus gorgeous Martin Katz jewelry and coordinating Lee Savage clutch.
Emma Roberts‘ seamless cascade of waves was courtesy of hairstylist Nikki Lee.
Sofia wore a champagne-hued, reverse-scoop-necked strapless St. John gown and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds. However, her gown certainly packed in it’s own fair share of jewels, as it boasted 64,000 hand-applied Swarovski crystals.
For her beauty squad, Sofia worked with Gracias Kelly Kline for hair, creating luscious waves and Kayleen Mcadams for makeup, a bold look with a cat eye and burgundy lip.
Sarah was classic and elegant in a burgundy Zac Posen gown with an off-the-shoulder neckline and open back, plus Lorraine Schwartz & Ofira jewelry. Her overall look was styled by Brad Goreski. For her matching nails, Sarah brought on board Christina Viles. Her beautiful makeup, a bronzed, sunkist face with nude lip, was courtesy of Allan Avendano. And finally, gorgeous hair, short and wavy, created by Ryan Richman.
Check out the details for her makeup look — L’Oreal Paris products — shimmering purple eyeshadow, Dior 5 Couleurs Cosmopolite Eyeshadow Palettes in Eclectic #866 and Exuberante #766—more details here!
“Sarah’s deep burgundy Zac Posen dress was the perfect color to introduce the fall season to sizzling and sunny Los Angeles. Her glam team collectively decided to use rich shades that complemented her naturally golden olive complexion.”
—Dior Prestige La Creme
—Dior Capture Totale Le Serum Yeux
—Dior Capture Totale Dreamskin Perfect Skin Creator
—Diorskin Star Foundation in Honey Beige #040
—Diorskin Nude ‘Cosmopolite’ Illuminating Face Powder #001
—Diorskin Nude Air Healthy Glow Invisible Loose Powder in Light Beige #020
—Diorskin Nude Shimmer Instant Illuminating Powders in Pink #001 and Amber #002
—Diorshow Pro Liner Waterproof in Pro Purple #582
—Diorshow Iconic Overcurl Mascara in Over Black #090
—Diorshow Brow Styler Gel in Brown #003
—Dior ‘Sourcils Poudre’ Powder Eyebrow Pencil in Brown #593
—Dior Backstage Eye Prime Long-Wear and Smoothing Eye Primer
—Dior 5 Couleurs ‘Cosmopolite’ Eyeshadow Palettes in Eclectic #866 and Exuberante #766
—Dior Creme De Rose Smoothing Plumping Lip Balm
—Dior Addict Lipstick in Tailleur Bar #535
—St. Tropez One Night Only: Applied on Hyland’s decolletage, arms, shoulders, and back with a Tan Applicator Mitt.
As for her hair, here are the details from Ryan Richman for L’Oreal Paris — “Sarah’s Zac Posen gown was sleek and elegant. I like to do the opposite with the hair so opted for a messy tousled wave. I’ve been doing Sarah’s hair for about two years now, so the challenge is to do something I’ve never done before. I have done her hair wavy countless times but never quite like this. This texture shows off her amazing cut and color as well,” he says.
Step 1: First, Ryan prepped damp hair by spraying a generous amount of L’Oreal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Blow Out Heat Spray, focusing at the root. He used a wide-toothed comb to distribute product throughout the hair and create a deep side part.
Step 2: Using a blow-dryer and his fingers, Ryan rough-dried the roots until halfway dry. He picked up a medium boar bristle round brush to finish drying each section, being careful not to oversmooth the hair, for added volume and a little natural texture.
Step 3: He then used a 1-inch flatiron on medium heat to create a tousled wave, spraying L’Oreal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray Extra Strong Hold on each section before curling, and holding the flat iron vertically facing the clamp down. In a fluid motion, he twisted the iron and pushed downward to create a loose beachy wave. Ryan alternated directions of the wave as he moved throughout the hair for a beautiful tousled-texture result.
Step 4: Next, Ryan rubbed a small amount of L’Oreal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Txt It Hyper-Fix Putty into the palms of his hands. Focusing at the root, he worked the product through the hair roughly.
Step 5: Last, he used a bobby pin to secure the small side of the part behind Sarah’s ear and misted more hairspray all over the hair to lock in the style.
Jaimie Alexander & Peter Facinelli
An Armani duo like no other! In fact, Jaimie donned an Armani Privé, which hadn’t yet been seen on the runway. “They trusted me to wear it – and when they sent it to me, I said, ‘Done!'” she said. Baccarat jewels completed the look.
Gina wore a strapless, pink Lorena Sarbu gown, crafted from silk tulle and embellished with beading. Other look details —
- Forevermark diamond jewelry
- Judith Leiber metallic silver clutch
- Caption Polish manicure
Allison dazzled in this body-conscious Labourjoisie illusion dress. For her smashing waves, her hair was styled by Jill Crosby. The visionary bringing her amazing makeup to life was Collier Strong, products used — MAKEUP FOREVER, Benefit Cosmetics, L’Oreal Paris and beautyblender.
Additional look details —
- Devi Kroell clutch
- Ippolita jewelry
Penelope Ann Miller
Penelope looked like a golden ray of sunshine in this beaded Lorena Sarbu dress and Simon G. diamonds, provided by Peter Norman Jewelers. Doing both hair & makeup was Marco Berardini, short locks and understated beauty look.
This look is just an exquisite work of art, a V-neck Marchesa dress with floral appliqués; Amy’s sideswept wavy do was by Rod Ortega. The great ombre color was provided by Tracey Cunningham. Her stylist was Cristina Ehrlich. Plum lip and dark smoky eye were courtesy of makeup artist Ashleigh Louer. Nice golden touch of bronze from Christine of Organic Glow Spray tans. To cap off the look, Neil Lane jewelry.
Stephanie donned a gown from one of my fave designers, Leanne Marshall, a lovely soft pink spaghetti strap dress with a sweetheart neckline.
Ariel was one red hot # in this strapless Romona Keveza gown with an asymmetrical neckline, plus a Kotur clutch, Anne Sisteron Jewelry earrings, Marli bracelets, and a Messika ring. The stylist for Ariel’s look was Anita Patrickson.
Her hair, long, glam waves, styled by hairstylist Aviva Perea using Garnier Anti-Humidity Hairspray.
For makeup, a minimalist touch with a soft nude lip by Toby Fleischman.
Christina Hendricks & Geoffrey Arend
These 2 were such a power couple. Christina wowed in this fully decked out, embellished Naeem Khan gown. Her other look details —
- black Charlotte Olympia clutch
- Maxior earrings
- Loren Stewart rings
Geoffrey opted for a burgundy suit jacket with black pants, jacket by Brooks Brothers.
John, so handsome in his classic black tuxe!
Derek looked great, also in a classic black tuxe, provided by Brooks Brothers.