Pictured: Tasashi’s one shoulder, blue gown turned up at the Emmy’s this weekend. (photo courtesy of Tadashi Shoji )
There’s been so much going on in Los Angeles this weekend, it’s really a fashion
whirl. From the casual Glee apparel launch, to the elegance of the red carpet at Saturday’s Creative Emmy Awards, we’ve been treated to a wide array of fashion looks. The Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards honor excellence in television technical categories such as makeup, editing and cinematography. In the past, the awards haven’t gotten as much publicity as the acting, producing and directing awards. I’m glad to see this changing with many headlines over the weekend about the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. In Los Angeles, I know so many really talented people who work behind the scenes to bring us this entertainment, so it’s great to see them honored. And of course, fashion plays a huge party in the festivities. Two gorgeous Tadashi Shoji gowns from the upcoming Spring 2010 Fashion Week walked down the red carpet Saturday night. The above ice-blue, one shoulder gown looks like something you think a Greek goddess might have worn. The gown was worn by Anna Gunn, of Breaking Bad as a tea length dress.
She looked wonderful in the shortened blue iridescent silk chiffon draped one shoulder dress
with jewel detail from Tadashi Shoji’s Spring 2010 Collection.
Pictured: Tasashi’s silk draped white halter dress (photo courtesy of Tadashi Shoji )
But there was more than one Tadashi on display. Jennifer Stone of the Wizards of Waverly
Place wore the above cream silk crepe draped halter gown from Tadashi Shoji’s Spring 2010 Runway Collection. I love the details on the halter top, the draping, and sculpting around the waist. You may recall that Mo’nique wore Tadashi last year at the Academy Awards. I hope we see more elegant gowns like this next week at the Emmy Awards on Sunday. Check out funny lady Kathy Griffin
on the red carpet this Saturday. I love her playful, yet chic look. The dress compliments her red hair! I’m still trying to find out who designed her dress. Any idea readers?
Pictured: A surprise glamour girl, D-Lister Kathy Griffin at the 2010 Creative Arts Emmy Awards (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images North America)
I’m on high-alert to see all my fashion favorites on the red carpet. I can’t wait until next Sunday. I love the pageantry of the awards.