The Creative Arts Emmys were held last night in LA and as you can see there wasn’t an amazing turnout. This is the secondary ceremony where they give awards for things like makeup, cinematography, writing, directing and editing. Just looking over the full list of winners, which you can see at E!, it seems like the Emmys are a bit better than the Oscars at relegating some of the awards to their other show. The Emmys air this Sunday, September 18th.
First off here’s Heidi Klum in a strapless, formfitting metallic Roland Mouret gown with a slight fishtail. I really like the fabric on this dress and the slight texture it has, but it’s a somewhat overdone silhouette. Still this is Heidi Klum and the look is a win for her.
Heidi was up for Outstanding Host in a Reality Competition Program, for Project Runway, which went to RuPaul for Drag Race, yay! Heidi has been nominated in that category countless times and she previously won, along with Tim Gunn, in 2013. This is RuPaul’s first nomination and first win. Here’s a photo of RuPaul in his pink polka dot suit.
Here’s Lake Bell in Naeem Khan looking kind of miserable. I guess most people would look somewhat pained in that dress with that styling. If you look closely at the skirt you can see that it’s made up of tiers of stripes and sequins. This gown might be ok with that semi-circular stripe pattern on the top and a more plain skirt. Update: This dress had sheer panels under the tiers on the skirt, so when she moved you could see through the skirt. Here’s a link to photos of that.
Julianne Hough was there for Grease Live in this very bridal-looking Zuhair Murad gown. Like Lake Bell, her styling is awful. Grease Live won in several categories including Production Design, Technical Direction and Outstanding Special Class Program. Julianne looked a lot happier after the ceremony with her costars Vanessa Hudgens and Kether Donohue.
Vanessa Hudgens was in Maria Lucia Hohan and she always looks like she’s having fun. This is a great dress for her, it looks comfortable and dressy at the same time.
I’m including photos of Aisha Tyler (Archer won for Animated Program!), Ellen Page and Samantha Thomas, and Katherine McPhee below.
photos credit: WENN and FameFlynet