The Emmy Awards is the Oscars of the television world - a night when America's small screen stars take the focus from their big screen counterparts.
The fashion choices of this year's nominees were as varied and specific as their performances. Leading the pack in a vibrant orange dress with a thigh-high slit was Kerry Washington wearing Prada, while Gwen Stefani glittered up the scene with a modified two-piece number embellished with peekaboo metal hardware from Atelier Versace.
From the daring colors and textures to the conservative black and white gowns, Sofia Vergara lite up the red carpet in an all-white, structured Roberto Cavalli gown with silver accents while Lizzy Caplan wore an elegant black and white silk gazar with high neck criss-cross straps and open back from Donna Karan Atelier.
See all the chicest looks from the biggest night in television here.
For a limited time, Prada’s flagship boutique at The Shops at Crystals will carry exclusive styles of the brand’s most sought-after classic bag, the Pitone Double Bag.
Priced at $5,500, these 100% python handbags are available in 3 vibrant colors; Rosso (red), Melograno (orange), and Peonia (bright pink) and are sold exclusively in Las Vegas.
Nowhere else in the world can you find this handbag in these unique exotic skin and color combinations.
For more information about these unique handbags, please contact the Prada boutique at The Shops at Crystals at 702-740-3000.
Summers in Las Vegas are hot. Period. Aside from water and sunscreen, the only necessary accessory you simply must have for survival are sunglasses. A walk down the Las Vegas Strip must be done with Gucci's oversized aviators. A day lounging at Liquid pool is incomplete without Prada’s Swarovski crystalized frames. We have an array of shades that can make a statement while also protecting you from the Vegas rays.
Prada Driving Shoes are crafted with meticulous attention to every detail, and hand-stitched using the most intricate artisan shoemaking techniques.
The tubular construction and stitching on the last guarantee a well-made, comfortable shoe that fits around the foot as naturally as possible. The upper is laid out and secured by hand, then the vamp (upper front part of the shoe) attached using the traditional and exclusive puckered seam and more than 100 individual, hand-sewn stitches.
In addition to iconic materials, like Saffiano leather and calf suede, Prada also uses fine ostrich and crocodile skins which add to the sophistication and exclusive nature of the shoes.
A single expert shoemaker carries out the 200 steps of the process, assuring a lasting, superior quality and excellent product.
Following last year's journey into the world of punk, this year's Met Ball saw its star guests return to the red carpet for a more glamorous ‘Hollywood’ attire.
With the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrating the opening of its exhibition dedicated to Charles James, many embraced old school elegance in the most romantic of dresses. The result was a sea of ball gowns sweeping down the red carpet on the likes of Kate Mara, Rita Ora and Charlize Theron.
For those looking for something a little edgier, a number of trends emerged. Cropped tops, offering a hint of midriff, teamed with a long skirt worn by none other than Rihanna. While Blake Lively, Marion Cotillard, Gisele and Leighton Meester chose a more seductive look with plunging necklines edging towards the navel.
Meanwhile a number of designers stood out as the night's absolute favorites: Stella McCartney arrived with an all-star group, all dressed in customized versions of her designs - Reese Witherspoon, Cara Delevingne, Rihanna and Kate Bosworth. Valentino’s feminine prints and embroidered lace were in abundance seen on Florence Welch, Haley Bennett, Kate Mara and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Miuccia Prada worked her magic for Lupita Nyong'o, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Olsen and Dianna Agron - all of whom arrived dressed in bespoke Prada or Miu Miu creations.
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