Jennifer Westfeldt wore vintage to last night’s Emmy Awards.
Jon Hamm-some and Jennifer Westfeldt - he, in Tom Ford; she, in 1950s vintage.
Given the length of her hair, the golden waves and the ’50s vintage gown, I couldn’t help having a déjà vu.
Renée Zellweger in Jean Desse, at the 2011 Oscars.
While it isn’t quite the same dress, it’s from the same decade, the same colour and Ms. Westfeldt accessorized it very similarly.
However, she trumps Zellweger with the best arm accessory of all...Mr. Hamm-some.
Zellweger was one of the first to start the vintage trend on the red carpet. This dress certainly is a memorable one.
Both are beautiful dresses – but a stylist somewhere is being scolded right now for not doing their homework.
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Photo Credits (in order): Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage; Vanity Fair photo; Photo by Jordan Strauss/WireImage; Celebuzz photo.
Why ride a train, when you can drape – or rather, be draped in luxurious fabric?
There were more than a few drapery samples on the red carpet at Cannes this year.
Here are a few that I peered out at, from my window on the world.
Inès de la Fressange in Carven and Roger Vivier flats. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images Europe.
Linn Ullmann , seen here with fellow jury members, had a lovely grey sheath dress that draped in all the right places. Photo by Ian Gavan - Getty Images Europe.
The Jury, being judged on their fashion. Photo: Getty.
It doesn't take much, does it? Photo by Ian Gavan - Getty.
Easy, breezy, Bollywood beauty Rani Mukherjee at Cannes. Photo: Getty.
But sorry ladies, the best draper was definitely…
Johnn Hamm-some AKA Don Draper. Photo courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
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