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Emmys 2014: The Jewelry We're Still Talking About

Aug/26/2014 at 12:00 PM ET

We’ve discussed the dresses, obsessed over the hair and debated the most polarizing looks from Emmys night. Now we’re ready to talk about what may be our favorite part of the night: the jewelry. See the pieces that had us swooning at our desks and weigh in on your favorite!

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Emmys 2014: Claire! January! Kaley! Red Dresses Rule the Carpet

Aug/25/2014 at 11:13 PM ET

The biggest trend at the 2014 Emmys may have had you seeing red. Literally, we mean. At least 13 stars stepped out in the traffic-stopping hue — check out seven of our favorites, below.

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Met Gala 2014: As Soon As They Could, Stars Changed Into Pants

May/06/2014 at 05:13 PM ET

At a Met Gala for which the theme was “White Tie and Decorations,” we weren’t surprised to see a lot of extremely haute gowns hitting the red carpet. And since extremely haute gowns tend to come with a great deal of discomfort, we also weren’t surprised to see many attendees changing into different looks for the afterparty (à la the Oscars). Of course, plenty of stars just changed into less cumbersome — but still super-glamorous — dresses (Diane Kruger, Reese Witherspoon and Rihanna come to mind), but the biggest trend this year was doing a total style 180° altogether and attending the afterparty in casual pants.
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Claire Danes Dyes Her Hair Darker With a Hint of Red

Nov/15/2013 at 12:52 PM ET

Claire Danes brunetteJason Merritt/Getty; Richie Buxo/Splash News Online

As far as Homeland star hair change-ups go, it’s not quite Damien Lewis shaving off all his hair, but it’s still noteworthy. Claire Danes has traded in her sunny golden shade for something deeper, richer and a little more mysterious (someone alert Carrie Mathison!).
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Emmys 2013 Beauty Breakdown: The Lips & Tips Roundup

Sep/23/2013 at 12:12 PM ET

We’ve already doled out some major Emmys beauty superlatives (Lena Dunham, we’re looking at you … and your eyeshadow). But on Monday morning, we woke up with the urge to zero in on the best smiles and nails of the night. Spoiler alert: There wasn’t much in the way of out-there experimentation this year, but that suits us just fine, since we’re happy to copy their looks for ourselves.
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The 9 Best Dressed Stars at the Emmy Awards

Sep/23/2013 at 12:02 AM ET

Emmys red carpet style Landov(2); Getty

Now that all of the statues have been handed out (yay, Breaking Bad!), it’s time for us to dole out some honors as well. We’re giving major props to these A-listers who all had Outstanding Performances by a Gown.
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Claire Danes's Emmys Hair: Should She Cut It For Real?

Sep/22/2013 at 08:30 PM ET

Claire Danes Emmys 2013 John Shearer/Invision for Academy of Television Arts

We’ve had our hearts broken by faux bobs before, but we thought Claire Danes might be different. When we got a glimpse of the star’s super-short hair as she passed by the camera, there was a flurry of excitement around the office. “This could be the real thing!” we shouted.

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Alas, our enthusiasm was short-lived. Mere moments later, during a truly delightful mock interview with her BFF Lena Dunham (who grabbed the mic from Ryan Seacrest — we think she may have missed her true calling), Danes revealed that her chin-length cut was pinned under and for one night only.

Sigh. Once we got over our disappointment, we got to thinking: Danes looks pretty awesome with the do, so perhaps she should take the plunge and chop her hair for real.

What do you think? Should Danes get herself to the salon and go for a bob?

–Alex Apatoff

 

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