The 2013 Emmys are almost here! Celebs celebrated the awards show at Entertainment Weekly’s Pre-Emmy Party at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood. From your favorite television actresses to movie superstars, the star power was definitely on high.
Check out some of the night’s most-noteworthy looks:
Gabrielle Union chose an empire waist v-neck dress with a sultry slit from Pierre Balmain, along with wearing earrings and a necklace by Jamie Wolf, and a ring by Graziela Gems. Hot!
Dwyane Wade was equally as high-fashion as his girlfriend in a forest green Valentino suit. I like this look!
Amber Riley showed some skin in a black lace waterfall hem dress. Gorgeous no?
Garcelle Beauvais uplifted a black keyhole halter top and leather pumps with $275 Diane von Furstenberg Mary Animal Print Pants. I’d wear this in a heartbeat!
Tamala Jones mixed metallics in a bronze halter bandage dress and glittering sandals.
Kat Graham skewed a bit more conservative than normal in a red top, black and white checkered pencil skirt, and satin pumps.
It was all about blue for Pooch Hall who opted for a vest, shirt, and trousers in the shade. He offset his ensemble with a printed tie and brown shoes.
Padma Lakshmi was the lady in red at the celebration in a red strapless draped dress. Isn’t she stunning?
Orange Is The New Black Uzo Aduba actress shimmered in a $385 Nicole Miller Strapless Peplum Dress. Cute!
It was all about femininity for Jamie Chung in a blue lace Oliver Tolentino dress. Pretty no?
Cara Santana had one of my favorite looks of the night in an Issa London black keyhole halter jumpsuit and a two tone clutch.
Raquel Welch shut the entire red carpet down in a Dolce & Gabbana dress. I know a woman never reveals her age, but she’s 73. Can we talk about this? Fabulous!
Last, but not least was Ashlee Simpson who snipped the underlayer of her $259 Bebe Forest Print Maxi Dress to show some leg.
Who had your favorite look at the fête?
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