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Christina Hendricks used to lament that only actresses who could fit into sample sizes, like Lea Michele, were the only ones who could get designers to loan them dresses. But now that she’s a game-changing star, we don’t think getting a dress should really be all that much trouble for Hendricks.
Because we know there’s no such thing as red carpet overkill, we thought we’d bring you one more wrap-up, this time featuring ten looks from Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards that deserve a Styleite-approved honorable mention. Remember, just because it wasn’t the best or the worst, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be seen.
We’re taking a look back at the hits and misses of last year’s Emmy red carpet arrivals before tonight’s show. We hope Glenn Close doesn’t wear sunglasses again this year.
Christina Hendricks may already be everyone’s favorite on Mad Men, but now she can add model to her resume. The flame-haired actress has been moonlighting as a scarf model for fellow actress and friend Tamara Mello, who sells her wares on Etsy and played Lily Esposito on the WB’s Popular. And on top of that, British brand London Fog has tapped Hendricks as the face of their Fall/Winter campaign.
The Annual Creative Arts Emmys is not generally thought of as the height of red carpet season. But last night, Christina Hendricks upped the for the event, and we wouldn’t be surprised if the attendees of next year’s event look a little more refined than they did this year.
They say quality is more important than quantity, and there were a lot of quality news stories this week. Read on to see if there’s anything you missed (like Lady Gaga‘s awesome cover for Vanity Fair).
If we didn’t already love and admire Christina Hendricks as a beautiful woman, a stunning actress and the poster lady for what real women look like, we love her all the more for affecting government change.
Tonight is the premiere Mad Men‘s fourth season, a show so good that you can’t simply plop down on the Davenport and stare aimlessly at it. For the full effect, one must prepare. Don Draper‘s Brylcreemed hair and Joan Hollaway‘s sensible, chic style demand respect. And to show that respect, here’s a list of things that must be done and/or acquired before the show airs at 10 pm.
Last night in Los Angeles, the cast of Mad Men — apart from a noticeably missing January Jones — celebrated the premiere of the show’s fourth season. And if there’s one thing the show is known for, it’s fashion. But while Christina Hendricks (and her saucy character Joan Holloway) may be the sartorial frontrunner of the female cast, Elisabeth Moss isn’t lagging far behind. Who do you think looked better?
Christina Hendricks is the cover star of this month’s Health magazine — a glossy which typically doesn’t fall under our style perusal purview. But like the rest of the
world internet, we have an undying and, frankly, borderline obsessive love for the flame-haired actress who plays everyone’s favorite bitch, Joan Holloway on AMC’s Mad Men.
Christina Hendricks might have landed the cover of Esquire’s May “Women We Love” issue, but it turns out she wasn’t the first choice. During a recent conference in Toronto, Esquire editor in chief David Granger let it slip that Scarlett Johansson had actually been the mag’s first choice for cover star — that is, before she “screwed” them.
Since 1977, Victoria’s Secret has defined what it means to be sexy — which in their case involves a good bra and a solid head of beachy hair. Today, Victoria’s Secret released their annual What Is Sexy? list, which this year celebrates “the sexiest Bombshells in Hollywood.”
There’s a little part of us, way deep inside, that feels terrible for sitting on our couch on a rainy Monday night and going through photos of our favorite bold-faced names and judging them purely on their looks. But then we see the Ms. Havisham monstrosity that Kirsten Dunst chose to wore and we shove that part even deeper down inside and carry on our merry, judge-y way. What follows are the most lackluster looks from tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.
Esquire gave Christina Hendricks the title of best-looking in a survey of 10,000 women.