Emmy Fashion 2020


Emmy Fashion 2020

Zendaya in custom Giorgio Armani Prive and Bulgari Jewelry also in Christopher John Rogers and Bulgari Jewelry.

Paul Mescal in Louis Vuitton

Tracee Ellis Ross in Alexandre Vauthier Dress, Jimmy Choo Shoes and Vintage Tiffany & Co.

Catherine O'Hara in Valentino and David Yurman Jewelry 

Eugene Levy in Dior

Sandra Oh in Korelimited Bomber Jacket, W.Rosado Jewelry and Roger Vivier Shoes

Annie Murphy in Valentino and Mejuri Jewelry 

Dan Levy in Thom Browne

Holland Taylor in Prada Dress and Irene Neuwirth Jewelry.

Octavia Spencer Tadashi Shoji Dress, Vrai Earrings, and Sophie Ratner Fine Jewelry Necklace

Kerry Washington in Oscar de la Renta Dress, Louboutin Shoes and Chopard Jewelry also in Oscar de la Renta, Monica Vinader, and Aurate Jewels

Sterling K. Brown Bulgari Watch 

Reese Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton

Yara Shahidi in Prada Dress and Cartier Jewelry

Regina King in Schiaperlli Haute Couture

H.E.R in Vera Wang, Giuseppe Zanotti Shoes and Sheryl Jones Jewelry

Cynthia Erivo in Verscae Dress, Jimmy Choo Shoes and Tiffany & Co. Jewelry

Laverne Cox in Azzi & Osta Dress, Anabela Chan Jewelry and Ruthie Davis Shoes, Mario Dice and custom Kim Kassas Couture Gown

Yvonne Orji in Azzi & Osta Dress, David Yurman Jewelry and Louboutin Shoes

Issa Rae in Sergio Hudson Dress and Forevermark Jewelry

Robin There in Christian Siriano Dress, Jennifer Fisher Rings, Stuart Weitzman Shoes and Misho Earrings

Jeremy Pope in Louis Vuitton, Omega Jewelry and Christian Louboutin Shoes

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in Louis Vuitton

Rachel Brosnahan in Christy Rilling x Laurie Simmons Clothes, Retrouvai Jewels, Roger Vivier Shoes

 Shira Haas in Chanel Haute Couture

Julia Garner in Chanel Haute Couture and Chanel Fine Jewelry 

Jameela Jamil in Markarian

D'Arcy Carden in Valentino Dress, Sarah Flint Shoes and VRAI rings

Nina Parker in Lynne Carter Atelier

Morgan Stewart in Amina Muaddi Dress and Just Designer Jewelry

Samira Wiley in Olivia von Halle, Chopard Jewelry and Sophia Webster

Padma Lakshmi in J. Mendel 

Erin Lim in Azzi & Osta Dress, Flor de Maria Collection Shoes and Hamra Diamonds and Jason of Beverly Hills

Jennifer Aniston in Dior 

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Color: Neutral Tones: Pearl (Saint Laurent & Strathberry)


  Blu Bootie SAINT LAURENT icon

Classic and contemporary at the same time, this bootie is crafted in Italy from smooth leather with a subtly squared toe and slender stacked heel.


  Mini Stylist Bicolor Leather Crossbody Bag STRATHBERRY icon

Strathberry's signature bar closure secures the flap of a structured, scaled-down clutch distinguished by its clean-lined silhouette. Elegant and practical, the luxe look features an optional chain strap, allowing you to sling it over your shoulder when you'd rather leave your hands free.


  Box Crescent Bicolor Leather Shoulder Bag STRATHBERRY icon

Strathberry's signature bar closure, reimagined as an arc, counters the clean lines of this boxier, mid-sized version of the Crescent bag. Handcrafted in Spain from the finest calfskin, the structured, color-blocked design features two removable straps—one leather, one chain—to take you from day to night.




6 Denim Jacket Trends and How to Style Them


Are you looking for a lightweight jacket that gives you a good amount of coolness? Then you can't avoid the denim jacket! Here you will not only find out where the jacket has its textile roots, but also everything about styling, trends, and care!


What is the denim jacket?




There are now so many different denim jacket models: But what is the denim jacket all about? 

The classic denim jacket is waist or hip length. You will find metal buttons on the patch breast pockets, on the sleeves, and in the middle to close. It has a collar that is folded down. Two longitudinal seams on the front emphasize the figure. Adjustment tabs on the lower collar are also typical.


By the way: denim is actually a cotton blend. The fabric becomes much more durable than your T-shirts with a special weaving technique.


The history of the denim jacket




The denim jacket was originally developed for locomotive drivers. The robust fabric and the wide cut were perfect for the hard work. In 1946 the denim jacket was easily available to the masses for the first time - and started a wild fashion career: Elvis, hippies, rockers - for all of them, the jacket was a symbol of freedom and rebellion. Of course, patches and embellishments could not be missing. In 1967 Levi's designed the "Levi's Strauss Trucker Jacket": New were the longitudinal seams on the front, which emphasize the waist. This finally made the denim jacket a fashion piece that has become an integral part of the fashion world.


How does a denim jacket have to fit?




The classic denim jacket should fit loosely, and the bottom hem should either be tailored or end on the hip. In the meantime, however, the jacket is available in so many different versions that the fit always turns out a little different, anything you like is allowed. However, there is a law on jeans jackets: the bigger and wider the fit, the more casual it looks. So if you want a light jacket for a more chic outfit, choose a classic cut. Otherwise, there are no limits to your styling. 


These are the 5 biggest denim jacket trends

The classic




Waist-length, loose in the waist with a relaxed fit on the shoulders: the original cut is timeless and just always works. We particularly like the combination of light rock and casual sweater.






With this trend, the denim jacket ends at waist height or even directly under the chest. The short version of the denim jacket is particularly cool when the hem is slightly frayed at the bottom. The cut especially emphasizes the middle of the body: You can reinforce the effect by combining a pair of high-waisted pants.


Straight cut




Wondering what is the difference between this model and the classic denim jacket? The classic denim jacket has a much wider cut at the waist and sleeves. The straight cut plays around the figure more, and you look slimmer. In addition, this rather simple version can really be combined with everything. 






Oversize jackets have been with us for some time now. Of course, there is also the denim jacket in the oversized edition. The trend originated in the 90s. In recent years, hardly anyone has escaped the nostalgia of the 90s vibes in the fashion world. The trend is just fun too!


Damaged Jean Jacket

Self explanatory, meaning the jacket will show signs of wear and tear. Open stitching and frayed hems would be the focal point of this style of jacket. A trend that is still very much of the fashionionable denim jackets of today.


Black and white




You don't just have a choice when it comes to the cut of the denim jacket: black and white bring color variety to the jacket game. Another advantage is that you can also wear them on items of clothing that might have been less suitable for the blue color. The outfit looks particularly stylish when the black or white can be found in another piece of clothing.


Fashions fade, style is internal- Yves Saint Laurent 

Which means in the fashion world: fashion is over quickly and style is forever.