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All You Need to Know About the 2024 Emmy Awards

The winners, best dressed & most touching moments at the 75th Emmy Awards

The 75th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards returned to honor the exceptional talent and outstanding television programming that graced our screens over the past year. Following a postponement from its usual date in September due to a writer’s strike, the ceremony finally took place on Monday, January 15, at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles.

The ‘In Memoriam’ segment paid a heartfelt tribute to prominent figures lost in the last two years, featuring notable personalities such as Matthew Perry, Len Goodman, Andre Braugher, Lance Reddick, Paul Reubens, Barbara Walters, Angela Lansbury, Kirsty Alley, and others. The tribute opened with Charlie Puth’s See You Again and concluded with a poignant clip of the Friends theme song I’ll Be There for You in honor of Perry.

Beyond these moving moments and well-deserved awards, the ceremony became a glamorous showcase for celebrity fashion, with many stars stealing the spotlight on the red carpet adorned in fancy and classy designs.

FASHION HIGHLIGHTS:

Jennifer Coolidge, Best Supporting Actress for The White Lotus, impressed in a black long-sleeve Etro top adorned with pleated ruffles, paired with a matching black long pleated skirt.

Lizzy Caplan donned a long black lace dress by Maria Grazia Chiuri from the Dior Spring-Summer 2024 collection.

Ali Wong stepped out in a multi-colored boat-neck sleeveless gown with an embroidered top, floral embroidered satin skirt, and platform sandals by Louis Vuitton.

Ayo Edebiri, Best Actress in a Comedy Series winner, stunned in a black leather bustier gown by Louis Vuitton with sculptural 3D tulip detail and black sandals.

Colman Domingo appeared in a black evening coat with satin lapels, pearl button closure, a white shirt, black trousers by Louis Vuitton, black boots, a pearl necklace, brooch, and bracelet.

Steven Yeun wore a brown single-breasted suit, a white shirt by Louis Vuitton, and brown and black boots.

Jodie Foster shined in a black satin slip dress, a black cropped jacket by Louis Vuitton with embellished buttons, and black platform sandals.

Jenna Ortega wore a Dior Haute Couture strapless dress in rose des vents tulle embroidered with a silver soutache trellis, wisteria, rose and clematis garlands, silk, and sequins. She also wore a gem ring, bracelet, necklace, and earrings in white gold and diamonds of Dior Joaillerie.

Elizabeth Debicki wore a Dior Haute Couture long burgundy velvet dress. She also wore an earrings in white gold with diamonds and bois de rose bracelets in yellow gold, yellow gold with diamonds and white gold with diamonds of Dior Joaillerie.

Quinta Brunson, who was the first black actor to win The Best Actress category in over 40 years, wore a Dior Haute Couture pink crushed silk satin dress and belt.

Kathryn Hahn appeared in a Spring-Summer 2019 Dior Haute Couture cocktail ensemble composed of an ivory organza bib-front shirt and black embroidered skirt.

Jessica Chastain, nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology series for her role in “Georgeand Tammy”, wore a custom Gucci by Sabato De Sarno green gown in silk cady with all-over sequins embroidery with beaded fringes.

Selena Gomez, nominated for both Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program, ignites in a custom Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2024 burgundy sequin fern embroidered gown.

Pedro Pascal appeared in a Valentino look specially designed for him by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli.

Suki Waterhouse shined in a Valentino Haute Couture dress from the Spring Summer 2023 Le Club Couture collection.

Meghann Fahy shined in Bulgari, chose high jewelry earrings in pink gold with 6 square diamonds, paired with a high jewelry pink gold bracelet with 27 step cut diamonds and a Serpenti viper ring to complete the look for this special occasion.

AWARDS HIGHLIGHTS:

Several TV series dominated the awards ceremony, with HBO’s Succession winning six awards, including Best Drama. FX’s The Bear also secured six awards, including Best Comedy. Additionally, the Netflix series Beef claimed five awards, including Best Limited Series.

THE MOMENT THAT HAD OUR HEARTS:

Both attendees and the audience expressed admiration for the emotional moments dedicated to the late celebrities, scenes that evoked a sense of nostalgia. Particularly touching were the segments featuring the late actor Matthew Perry, whose untimely death at the age of 54 marked a significant loss in the world of television.

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