Thandie Newton arrives at the 70th Primetime Emmy

first_img Thandie Newton arrives at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) Jenifer Lewis in Nike swoosh, Johansson a goddess at Emmys NEW YORK, N.Y. – Jenifer Lewis stood with Nike in a bedazzled swoosh sweatshirt on the Emmys new gold carpet and Scarlett Johansson stunned as a goddess in white during the parade of fashion on TV’s biggest night.Johansson’s gown featured drop sleeves with a plunging neckline and high side slit. She posed with her boyfriend and one of the evening’s co-hosts, Colin Jost, her blonde bob swept back. The actress accessorized with diamond chandelier earrings, her flower back tattoos on display.Tiffany Haddish was her own kind of goddess in a custom look by Prabal Gurung. She asked the designer to help her honour her father in the colours of the Eritrean flag and Gurung didn’t disappoint with a look of bright vertical stripes in red, yellow, blue and green. She wore her hair in a high long ponytail. The gown was reminiscent of the collection Gurung showed at the recent New York Fashion Week.RuPaul spoke with reporters in a white double-breasted suit by Calvin Klein by Appointment, adorned with an Andy Warhol print of black Statues of Liberty. Issa Rae, meanwhile, wore a baby blue custom look from Vera Wang with a flowing, embellished plunging top that cascaded into a train and loose pants underneath.“I’m, like, are you serious right now,” Rae said of her sparkly outfit.The look for Lewis, the “black-ish” actress, came after Nike faced backlash for featuring quarterback Colin Kaepernick as the company’s new face. She wore a red-and-black sweatshirt with Nike emblazoned on it and the studded swoosh. She accented her black leggings and black-and-white pattern boots with a diamond bracelet and ring. Lewis said she wore Nike “in support of Colin Kaepernick’s protest against police brutality and racial injustice,” referring to the quarterback’s controversy over taking a knee.“I want to speak to the millennials today to let them know they are not alone when they speak out,” said the 61-year-old Lewis. “We are not living in dark times. We are living in awakening times, and I am proud to be one of the leaders in the movement.”One of the evening’s first stunners was worn by Angela Sarafyan of “Westworld.” She smiled, posed in a black strapless ball gown and said it best: “Sparkles!” Trevor Noah, meanwhile, fended off a sticky star marking spots on the carpet. One stuck to the bottom of a shoe, allowing him to show off his red soles.And then there was Tracee Ellis Ross, a cloud of pink from her drop shoulders to her hem, the top part of her, um, statement dress held up by all-around elastic. To say there was volume is an understatement. Allison Janney, also usually impeccable on big carpets, showed up in showgirl fuchsia best seen through shades.Sandra Oh, was in a deep red column gown with just the right amount of embellishment on her short sleeves, high waist and down each side. Also unique: Michelle Dockery, who twirled in a Carolina Herrera blue tulle gown with three-dimensional floral detailing on the bodice.Thandie Newton joined Ellis Ross as a lady in bright pink, her gown with the night’s most winning neckline. It was high and looped into a long train-like effect down one side.Zazie Beetz of the FX series “Atlanta” also stood out in a dress that had fans on social media declaring her the queen of Afrofuturism. It had open sleeves with chunky embellishment for an armour effect, her hair big and natural.center_img by Leanne Italie, The Associated Press Posted Sep 17, 2018 5:05 pm PDT Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 at 5:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img

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