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Posted on September 12, 2013
Emmy Rossum attends the DKNY’s 25th Birthday Bash in New York City in a DKNY dress from the resort collection.
DKNY Resort 2014 Collection
[Photo Credit: Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com, style.com]
Tags: DKNY, Emmy Rossum, Red Carpet
Do housework in this dress and watch the pounds just melt away!
I liked this dress and you’ve ruined it with hilarity!
Are they making a sequel to Dreamgirls?
Ooh, she looks great, and she looks like she knows it. Isn’t that qualifications for a WERQ or at least a mini-werq?
I want the black socks and high heeled wing tips that the model is wearing.
She looks fantastic! Talk about one hell of a face.
Also, great posing. Love the side glance in pic 2.
Pretty. But she also looks like an anniversary present.
And a crunchy, crisp one at that. :-
Like gift wrap? Or like a, “Happy Anniversary honey! After so many years, maybe it’s time to spice things up, so I hired this PYT call girl for a little menage?”
I love nontraditional gifts, don’t you?
But can the fabric be folded into the shape of a swan after dinner?
No — because it was originally used to cover Hanukkah Gelt.
Or a Christmas poinsettia pot.
That was my first thought. Bless you.
I thought emergency blanket. Advertising slogan: “If the world burns, don’t burn with it” -Brad Pitt.
Wow, Miss Emmy!
I feel like she never misses. She is so consistently stylish, while still mixing it up. I wouldn’t have expected this look from her, but it’s totally werking!
This is an eye cleanse after the horror of Jenny McCarthy. Emmy looks great in gold foil!
Fabulous face and dress.
Not earth-shattering design, but she looks pretty and classy, even in gold foil.
It’s making my eyes twitch that she has a cool-toned makeup look with a gold foil dress.
I think she should just sack her MUA. Some attempt at matching face to decolletage, please!
The hand of that fabric has to be a little…uh,stiff, no? Even so, me likey.
Can’t believe it but I really like this dress even though the fabric looks gold foil wallpaper.
She always looks so great that a dress that would be a personal best on another celeb is merely nice on her.
She looks like a Christmas present in the best possible way.
Love the whole thing, but it’s the jewelry I love most of all. I would snatch it from her hands if I passed her on the street.
Lord, she is such a cutie and this outfit is bang on for her. Love the bangles and the swept back hair.
Minor quibble and maybe it’s my monitor… her face and her body appear to be two different colors. Otherwise, she looks great!
I was thinking the same thing! I’ve noticed it in other photos as well. Besides that, she does look lovely.
She seems to be very fond of some foundation with an SPF in it – probably looks great in person, but she usually looks a bit ghosty in pictures. I’m often boggled that celebs do that, they KNOW they will be photographed, why not pick a foundation that looks good in pictures?
Now that I know it’s not just my shitty monitor… what makeup artist worth their salt uses a foundation with SPF when they know their client is going to be subject to flash photography? Lord. It’s either that or she was not color matched correctly.
Just curious. Do all foundations with SPF in it do that? Or is it just illuminating foundations or powder SPF’s?
I believe it is all SPF (as well as “illuminating”) foundations/powders. The…crud, I’m blanking, mica or whatever they use for the SPF is reflective. There are a number of foundations available that are specifically formulated to look lovely in pictures & real life (or so my research on bridal makeup a few years ago taught me!), and it seems like a huge oversight to avoid them.
Thanks for your informative response. It helps me understand the phenomenon. They might realize it reflects light in photos, but they still want to protect their skin because they are constantly being photographed (vs. wedding photos for one day). Their skin is too important to their careers to neglect the sunscreen.
I like, she looks better in it than the model, more curves.
She looks great. Except for the earrings.
I don’t usually go for gold/metallicy dresses, but this is a WERQ for me. I think she looks stunning.
I think the gold rings and gold cuff might’ve been overkill with this dress, but it is indeed an amazing dress and she is rocking the heck out of it.
I like this a lot on her! The shoes are good too – simple yet elegant, and they don’t compete with the dress.
I had wrapping paper exactly like this.
I don’t usually like these bright gold fabrics but I like this one on her. Thanks Gurl for clearing the (Jenny McCarthy) crap out of my eye sockets with this simple elegant look.
Don’t love. Something about the weight of the fabric puts me off.
This dress would look tacky on most people. Here we have the perfect synergy of woman and dress. She looks fabulous–and more upbeat than usual. (She has those naturally mournful-looking eyes; this kind of flashy fabric really brightens them.)
If I could wear that dress and look that good, I’d never take it off. WOW! Little Emmy is all grown up.
This looks like a very thick fabric. Like drapes. Not really digging it.
Luv huh! This is a good lip for her (weird to say I know, but she struggles with this sometimes), and she looks pretty and confident.
So pretty, in fact, that I will ignore the fact that the (quite pretty) dress is almost surely made of 60s wrapping paper.
She looks too young for this.
Her makeup and jewelry are making me drool.
Isn’t the DKNY brand much older than 25 years though? I bought a DKNY sweater in NY in 1988, and it was already an established brand.
someone needs a shade darker foundation…
she looks hot, put together and comfy!