Who wore what on the red carpet at the 2014 Emmy Awards
From Julia Roberts to January Jones, this is our roundup of the hit and misses on the red carpet at last night's Emmy Awards
Tuesday 26 August 2014
The 2014 Primetime Emmy awards took place last night in Los Angeles celebrating the best in television.
The stars were out in force, but regardless of who won what, it's the winners and losers of the annual red carpet event that we're more concerned with.
The overwhelming trend of the night was red dresses. Stars opting for various shades of red with the likes of January Jones, Heidi Klum and Claire Danes choosing gowns in colours from from tomato red to tangerine orange.
White was also a popular choice with Kristen Wigg, Lucy Liu, Julianne Hough and Sofia Vegara all choosing pale gowns.
Julia Roberts was the only star who eschewed the floor length gown dress code, instead opting for a shorter embellished number.
See our roundup here of who wore what:
Best dressed awards go to January Jones in a red Prabal Gurung ball gown and Michelle Monaghan in a simple white Giambattista Valli gown.
Misses of the night included Lena Dunham whose mammoth ball gown drowned her frame and Katherine Heigl who chose a dress more suited for a woman twice her age.
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