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In terms of designer, style, silhouette and fit, lace Givenchy gown, Cobie Smulders’s J. Mendel design and Rose Byrne’s Calvin Klein Collection separates couldn’t be more different. But they – and a number of other dresses – all share the same feminine hue, one of the go-tos of the evening.
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Whether it was coordinating one’s nails to the jewelry and the dress (see: Connie Britton), wearing shadow that perfectly coordinates with a gown (Lena Dunham), or making a clutch disappear against a gown of the same color (Mayim Bialik), this trend certainly makes clashing a non-issue.
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Were Amanda Peet (in Erdem), Amy Poehler (in Basler), Aubrey Plaza (in Marios Schwab) and Robin Wright (in Ralph Lauren) all expecting the L.A. day to be chilly? Or are they making some sort of protest against the influx of plunging gowns on red carpets these days?
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Studs are what you call hot guys, not what you wear in your ears. At least according to , Anna Gunn and Sarah Hyland, who all accessorize their gowns with extra-long earrings featuring multiple levels of bling.
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SHADOW ON THE INNER CORNER
It’s a good thing Lena Dunham, January Jones and didn’t have to go through weepy acceptance speeches because the eye shadow applied right around their tear ducts would have left their faces looking like drip paint art.
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