HBO’s Post Emmy Award Reception Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on September 25, 2019

Kittens, you didn’t think we put our Emmys 2019 coverage entirely to bed, did you? How quickly you forget! Celebrities, once they start handing the awards out, simply refuse to go home or restrict themselves to one outfit! And since things tend to get a bit loosey-goosey at the after-parties, some of these folks took the opportunity to have some fun or just get comfy with their lewks.




Gwendoline Christie in Dior Homme

On the one hand, she has a table runner wrapped around her for some reason. On the other hand, the suit and sneaks look cute and comfy. Given how grandiose her main event look was, she’s earned the right to put on some party-time clothes.



Heidi Klum in Rami Kadi

As underwear-baring dresses go, this one is just glam enough to give Miss Heidi something to work with. It’s tacky and showy, but you can’t deny that’s her style sweet spot.



Nina West in JD Martin

We try to avoid subjecting drag queens to normal red carpet critiques, especially when they’re serving big, old school drag; the kind that Miss Nina excels at. Having said that, the cut of those straps is dead-perfect for her broad shoulders. Just saying. Sometimes you can learn a few things about presentation if you really look at what a drag queen does to get her drag on.



Regina King in Christopher John Rogers

She can wear just about anything and make it look good, but the color and the intense shiny make this look very 1998 or so.



Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton

Not super-crazy about the hem, but it’s a really great dress otherwise. LV seems to be improving in their red carpet wear.



Zendaya in Alexandre Vauthier Couture

Hunh. It’s pretty enough, but it sure doesn’t feel like after-party wear. This is not the portion of the night where ladies get into puffy skirts with trains, it’s the portion where they switch them out for something easier to move around in.





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