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Emmys 2014: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Is Red Hot in Custom Carolina Herrera (See the Sketch!)

Aug/25/2014 at 07:05 PM ET

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Carolina HErreraCourtesy Carolina Herrera; John Shearer/Invision f

Julia Louis-Dreyfus may have kicked off her Emmys preparations by washing her hair in the kitchen sink, a fact (and photo) the Veep star posted on her Instagram account earlier today with the following description: “This is how it began yesterday at the kitchen sink. #Emmys2014 #glamour.”

But you didn’t expect Louis-Dreyfus to show up for the big night in a dishrag, now, did you? So, glamour it is. The Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series contender (and last year’s winner!) is a total knockout in a stunning custom gown by her go-to designer, Carolina Herrera. “Working with Mrs. Herrera and her team is a dream come true,” the brunette beauty tells PEOPLE.

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The raspberry draped dress features a twisted and draped halter neckline, a cinched waist with contrasting skinny belt, an open back with criss-cross leather straps and gathering in all the right places. “It’s very heavy and it’s gold, and I love it. And I’ve just now forgotten the designer,” Louis-Dreyfus gushed of her clutch during the E! pre-show (she later revealed it’s Lee Savage).

Hairstylist David Gardner (the very same who was washing her hair in the sink) shared a shot of the star in full prep mode (with the product used to achieve her incredibly perfect blowout). We wouldn’t mind a similarly “glamorous” night at home ourselves.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Carolina HErreraCourtesy David Gardner

Check out the sketch and the finished product on the Emmys red carpet, then tell us what you think in the comments. Are you loving her look?

–Susannah Cahn

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Emmys 2014: All the Scoop on Christina Hendricks and Melissa McCarthy's Marchesa Looks

Aug/25/2014 at 06:52 PM ET

If you’re a pro awards show watcher, you’ve already noticed that the Emmys red carpet has been all about the red gown — and Christina Hendricks is leading the pack. The Mad Men star selected a crimson satin one-shoulder Marchesa gown with crystal embroidery, and of course it put her famous curves on display.

Christina Hendricks Emmys Dress John Shearer/Invision for the Television Academy

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Aug/25/2014 at 04:19 PM ET

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Louise Roe Emmys 2014Courtesy Louise Roe

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Aug/25/2014 at 03:24 PM ET

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After rocking a fabulously fringed ombré dress (by Project Runway contestant Sean Kelly)to the Creative Arts Emmys last week, the stunning supermodel is ready for primetime. She shared a sketch of the fiery, draped gown (created by Project Runway co-judge Zac Posen) she’ll wear to Monday’s awards with PEOPLE, summarizing the look in three words: “Sleek. Sexy. Glamorous.”

Zac Posen Heidi Klum Emmys 2014 Courtesy Zac Posen/Getty

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Vanessa Hudgens: I Went Through a Goth Phase When I Didn't Want Guys to Look at Me

Aug/25/2014 at 12:47 PM ET

Vanessa Hudgens has cropped her locks, upgraded her style and made the cover of a fashion magazine — we’d say she’s having a very chic summer. And now that “back-to-school” is around the corner, Flaunt tapped the actress, 25, famous for her breakout role in High School Musical, to get her thoughts on everything from sex ed to breaking out of her “loner” shell. Read on and share your thoughts in the comments.

Vanessa Hudgens FlauntCourtesy Flaunt Magazine

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Emmys 2014: Keke Palmer Takes Us Behind-the-Scenes of Her Emmys Gown Fitting With Rubin Singer (PHOTOS)

Aug/25/2014 at 10:30 AM ET

Keke Palmer is having a huge year. She got her very own talk show, will soon star in Broadway’s Cinderella and she now has hit a true A-list milestone: She’s having a gown designed just for her to wear on the Emmys red carpet Monday night. Designer Rubin Singer sketched three beautiful gowns (see the sketches below) for Palmer to consider, then invited her to his studio to try them on and make the big decision. Check out the photos, below, then come back tonight for her big red carpet reveal — she’ll be wearing a gown that “makes me feel so glamorous,” she tells PEOPLE.

Keke Palmer Emmys 2014Carlos Melia

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