Emmy Awards 203 Red Carpet Rundown PART ONE

Posted on January 17, 2024

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We have a couple of Emmys looks still on schedule for the spotlight treatment, but we figured it’s time to start smooshing the rest of the unjudged stars together and giving them the what for – which in this case means our unasked-for opinions on what they’re wearing. Come with us, won’t you?

 

Amy Poehler in Roland Mouret
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This is the best thing she’s ever worn on a red carpet, bar none. The color is fantastic on her and it’s giving exactly the kind of relatively low-effort glam she prefers.

 

Anthony Anderson in Etro
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An almost shockingly gorgeous jacket worn over an extremely ill-advised cut of pant. He and the jacket both need a fuller cut. He also needs to wear socks. Formalwear requires them. We have spoken.

 

Bill Hader in Dior Homme
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It’s an interesting take on a tux but the fit is terrible and he seems extremely uncomfortable in it. The shoes are nice, but the shirt is wrong. White would be better.

 

Brett Goldstein in Giorgio Armani
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He never gets it wrong, although we think he needs a fresher pair of shoes.

 

Colman Domingo in Louis Vuitton
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Good lord, this is stunning. The cut of that jacket is gorgeous. To all of those male stars suffering through awards season in lifts, take note of those heels. They look amazing on him and they don’t distort his feet or the line of his pants.

 

Dominique Fishback in Miu Miu
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It’s pure Cinderella. Probably not our fave style in the world, but every starlet or ingenue should have their princess moment at least once in their career.

 

Issa Rae in Pamella Roland
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We said in our Cosmo piece that this felt like something the hostess of a ’70s variety show would wear. In other words, it’s giving Cher, Miss Ross, Lola Falana. It is inarguably fabulous.

 

Jenna Ortega in Dior Couture
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Really pretty, if slightly gimmicky. As much as we like the design, that backing color is a bit dreary.

 

Jeremy Allen White in Giorgio Armani
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Nicely done, even if he does look like a valet.

 

Joel Kim Booster in Todd Snyder
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Gorgeous. Love the brown of the tux, the brooch, and the sassy little buckles on his shoes. He never looked so good on a red carpet.

 

Juliette Lewis in Moschino
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We never love scarves worn like chokers with gowns. It just feels chintzy and dated to us. The dress looks amazing on her, but some jewelry on her neck would have finished it better.

 

Kathryn Hahn in Dior Couture
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Ditch that weirdass tie, mow the hem of that skirt, and switch the blouse for one that isn’t see-through. We figure she was probably going for a witchy vibe, but she should save that for when she’s promoting her upcoming Agatha Harkness series.

 

Kirsten Dunst (in Chanel) and Jesse Plemons (in Gucci)
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They’re always so cute together. Her gown is low-key bit pretty. He needs new shoes.

 

Kumail Nanjiani in Brunello Cucinelli
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Flawless.

 

Natasha Lyonne in Schiaparelli
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We weren’t feeling this. We think a lot of our semi-meh reactions to her style choices have been reactions to her hair color, which is too harsh. Even so, this almost feels like a lazy design coming from the House of Schiaparelli.

 

Sheryl Lee Ralph in Christian Siriano
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Siriano (almost) never gets it wrong. The Television Academy should put out a set of 2023 Emmys commemorative salt and pepper shakers fashioned after this and Neicy Nash’s dress.

 

Tom Hiddleston in Givenchy
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Beautifully done.

 

Tracee Ellis Ross in Sportmax
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Surprisingly simple, although she needed to get out of it and into Lucy drag for the ceremony. It’s okay. The shape and length of the skirt doesn’t thrill us.

 

Tyler James Williams in Dolce & Gabbana
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Super hot, but the shoes don’t go.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images, Gilbert Flores/Variety via Getty Images]

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