Famous Hollywood celebrities attended the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards in their chic outfits, arriving at LA’s Microsoft Theater for the first time since 2019.
On November 12 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, the 74th Emmy Awards commenced. Saturday Night Live’s Kenan Thompson presided over the ceremony honouring the year’s top television programmes and performances. The best-dressed celebs at this year’s Emmys embraced Hollywood glitz by donning their most elegant outfits.
Check out Holr picks for the most stylish 2022 Emmy Awards outfits:
With her half-up, half-down hairstyle and brilliant diamond choker, she looks stunning in a sleek black, simple but stunning Valentino ballgown.
The attire Rhea Seehorn wore was stunning. She was sporting a Tyler Ellis clutch in Georges Chakra. Even though it’s difficult to identify the fabric design, the ballgown’s neckline was one of the most striking on the red carpet.
Sandra Oh looked very lovely in a purple jumpsuit at the 2022 Emmys. In fact, Twitter went into a complete buzz at the Killing Eve star’s appearance.
Jung Ho Yeon
As the current worldwide ambassador for the premium label “Louis Vuitton,” Jung Ho Yeon donned a dress created by the company. The traditional Korean fashion was also reflected in Jung Ho Yeon’s attire, and the design of her purse was similar to the ‘bokjori’.
The “Abbott Elementary” creator and star made her stunning Emmys debut in a cobalt-colored Dolce & Gabbana gown that was custom-crafted for her. Extra points for matching Jared Lehr jewellery and her metallic dress, as well as the sheer gloves.
The Great actor Elle Fanning collaborated with Sharon Long, The Great’s costume designer, to produce this strapless black silk gown with pink inside and pink silk flowers on the bodice.
View some of Holr favourite on-stage fashion moments from the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards in the image down below:
In addition to the celebrities who were the best dressed and graced the golden carpet, it is appropriate to acknowledge those who made their presence felt even though they did not walk the golden carpet.
Lizzo, a Grammy Award winner, graced television’s greatest night with song, glitz, emotion, and, frankly, it’s about damn time. When she accepted the Emmy for the competition programme for “Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls,” the Amazon series that followed her quest for backup dancers, the multi-hyphenate infused her trademark zest into the sluggish awards event.
Quinta Brunson’s breakthrough successful ABC comedy show, “Abbott Elementary,” earned her the Emmy for writing in a comedy series. Brunson is the first Black woman to have three nominations in the comedy categories in the same year. She also stars in the series as teacher Janine Teagues.
Outstanding supporting actress went to Sheryl Lee Ralph for her portrayal of Barbara Howard on “Abbott Elementary,” a seasoned, no-nonsense kindergarten teacher who serves as Janine’s mentor.
Published by HOLR Magazine.