Emmy Awards 2017: Best and worst dresses of the night

Some stars came out to shine, while some may have missed the mark.

On Sunday, the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards took place in Los Angeles, California. That means it was time for the stars to come out and shine.

The red carpet had a variety of colours, frills and glamorous gowns. It also included a fare few fashion faux pas.

Here's a glimpse at some of the night's worst and best dressed.


Nicole Kidman

Designer: Calvin Klein
Kidman was made for walking on the red carpet and can barely do wrong when it comes to fashion. The Big Little Lies star showed off her slim waist in an incredible vibrant red dress.

Jane Fonda

Designer: Brandon Maxwell
She maybe 79, but her fashion skills are still on point. The Grace and Frankie actor looked banging in a long-sleeve, custom, waterfall-back pink gown with a new hairdo.

Sofia Vergara

Designer: Mark Zunino
Modern Family star and Colombian beauty looked like an ocean goddess in her mermaid-style dress with diamond encrusted earrings and rings by Lorraine Schwartz. Vergara also sported a ponytail with a fringe.

Felicity Huffman

Designer: Tony Ward
The Desperate Housewives actress looked impeccable in an ice blue lace gown.

Reese Witherspoon

Designer: Stella McCartney
The Oscar winner took a big risk choosing a midnight blue blazer. However, the perfectly tailored fit and colour looked sharp and chic.


Ariel Winter

Designer: Australian designer Steven Khalil
The Modern Family star went a little too far choosing two thigh-high splits gown which did not appear to look flattering.

Debra Messing

Designer: Unknown
The Will and Grace actress totally missed the mark with her dress which appeared to be made out of plastic. Even though the colours looked good, the shiny fabric killed her appearance.

Tracee Ellis Ross

Designer: Chanel
The Black-ish actress wore a silver dress from the fashion house's spring 2017 couture collection. The sequins, glitter and feathers did not appear to compliment each other or show off her fabulous shape.

Zuri Hall

Designer: Raisa & Vanessa
While the TV personality may have tried to embrace the trend of metallic, her look was a tad over-the-top and is the perfect example for when less sometimes really is more.

However, whatever their dresses were ranked, many Hollywood's stars showed their support for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and their initiative "Stand With the ACLU" initiative. ACLU is non-profit organisation working hard to protect and defect the rights guaranteed by the country's Constitution.

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( Source : deccan chronicle )
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