With so many great shows on TV during the last year, there were a lot of great costumes. Here are some memorable moments and designs from the Emmy nominees.
Rihanna didn’t take home any Grammys on Sunday night, but she was still a winner. Sitting in the front row wearing an Armani Privé ensemble, the singer had the best accessory of the night: a crystal flask that she casually sipped from throughout the show. Yet Rihanna wasn’t the only one to add something extra to her look with jewels, bags, crowns, or hats. From Beyoncé’s elaborate crown to Paris Jackson’s holographic clutch, click through above for the best accessories of the night.
Naked is the new orange, black, pink, blue, white—you get the point. It’s in! It could be said that Kim Kardashian paved the way for figure-hugging, next-to-nothing apparel (especially on the red carpet), but the truth is that Jennifer Lopez and her glorious curves set fashion down this path many moons ago. At the 2000 Grammy Awards, to be exact. Lopez outdid even her own love of the naked dress, via a handful of her ten outfit changes at the American Music Awards , many of which were made of some variation of totally see-through material. Her parade comes at the end of the year in which the naked dress reached fever pitch—from Beyonce and Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala to Gwen Stefani onstage to barely there looks on Taraji P. Henson and one of this year’s biggest comebacks, Jada Pinkett Smith. It might have been the year in which Carolina Herrera said, “In life, there should be a little mystery,” after the string of near-naked ladies on the 2015 Met Gala red carpet, but it was also the year in which no one listened. Here’s whose bodies dresses turned heads in 2015. Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
By virtue of the fact that Carol Burnett is 82-years-old (or young!?), she can pretty much do whatever she wants. On the red carpet for the 2016 SAG Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., the legendary TV personality and comedienne stayed true to the age-old axiom “comfort is key” when she lifted her slit to reveal that she’s bucked the heel trend, instead opting for fuzzy grey UGG slippers as her shoe of choice. In a time where there’s so much pressure put on the who, what, when, where and why when it comes to celebrities’ outfits, we salute Burnett on her sensible slippers.