#Emmys: my favourite red carpet looks

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Lots of white and black looks at this year’s Emmys!

Here are my favourite looks of the night:

Kirsten Bell in Zuhair Murad

I don’t believing in saving the best for last. This look is my No. 1 look of the night. I love how this petite actor is able to rock a statuesque dress!

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via E! Online

Claire Danes in Schiaparelli

This is a classic awards dress with shimmer and flow and she owns it! I love the neck detail.

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via http://pin.it/vBwt_B2

Kerry Washington

Talk about sexy momma! I love her pregnancy style.

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via http://pin.it/03L7Njw

Abigail Spencer

Who could resist Abigail Spencer in her midnight blue splendour!

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via http://pin.it/dTsdwNs

Angela Basset

This super star looks regal in yellow.

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via http://pin.it/5XWV4XR

Julianne Hough

I love this minimalistic look; it is mesmerising, from makeup and hair to the outfit!

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via http://pin.it/IXeg0uT

Priyanka Chopra

Classic Red with an old-school charm. There’s a little edge thrown in there with the busy detail, and I love it!

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via http://pin.it/DxWJDBi

Kirsten Dunst

Loving this flapper-esque charm, Ms. Dunst!

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via http://pin.it/_07vlgF :

MEN

And, no, I didn’t forget to drool at the men (shameless objectification alert!)

Dreamiest Males at the Emmy Awards go to:

Rami Malek in Dior

I love a chic white and black combo on any gender. But, when blue eyes are the pop of colour.. *swoon*

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via http://pin.it/wGO7qg5

Tom Cullen

The groomed beard, the tux fitted to perfection and a smouldering look: Call me Scarlett O’Hara, Imma swoon again!

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via http://pin.it/N27d_cN

Janani Krishnan
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