"Ocean's 8" costume designer Sarah Edwards talks us through the trio's power wardrobe evolution.
"It was pretty funny because I was nervous about working with that many high profile and model-y women," says costume designer Amanda Ford.
Easily this red carpet's coolest accessory.
It's hard to mess this color up and it always will be.
Just because you've never heard of Serinda Swan doesn't mean she can't ace a Proenza Schouler look.
We were on hand to find out if all the effort put into sprucing up the event's red carpet paid off.
We're smiling and bawling simultaneously.
And Karl Lagerfeld is the latest to dub Cara Delevingne this generation's Kate Moss.
Oh, sure, there are some actors and actresses who look exactly like their TV alter egos. (Hi, Zooey Deschanel!) But there are some who owe a big debt to the makeup, hair, and wardrobe departments (and whoever makes Jon Hamm shave on Mad Men). Good acting is one thing, but a good costume can make or break a character. Click through for all the actors we spotted at the Emmys who undergo some amazing transformations for our viewing pleasure every week.
Let's talk last night's Emmys fashion: The greatest, the worst, and the ehhhh I'm not quite sure. From Lena Dunham's floral Prada faux pas to Rose Byrne's less-is-more Calvin Klein to the varying sartorial taste levels of the women of Mad Men, we're calling it like we see it.
The awards ceremony that took place at the Beverly Hills Hilton last night looked, at first glance, like any other awards ceremony: lots of celebrities (Holly Hunter, Sofia Coppola, the cast of Mad Men), a big ballroom (the Golden Globes are also held there), and some forced chuckles for the host between the handing out of awards. Only it was different. The audience, the honorees, the emcees were all (OK, well, mostly) women, gathered for the 40th annual Women in Film Crystal & Lucy Awards.
Since Mad Men hit the air in 2007, it feels like half of the praise the show receives is about its stunning--and stunningly accurate--costumes. And if you read our Mad Men Style Recaps, you know we're big fans of the woman behind those wares, costume designer Janie Bryant. But while we've documented the on-air style of Mad Men's women quite regularly, we've been fairly quiet about what they wear off screen. Thus, in honor of last night's season finale, we've tracked the evolution of their red carpet style.