Good morning, Paris, it’s show day!
When the glam is perfect.
Adding the sparkle!
The coolest look.
Keeping this bag close to my heart!
My Grace Jones moment and pre-show strut.
Daydreaming about Chanel.
When actress Hannah Waddingham took the stage at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday night to present the Governors Award to GLAAD, she approached the microphone alongside Colman Domingo, gestured to herself, and confidently told the crowd: “You’re welcome.” What can inspire such confidence? Besides the fact that Waddingham is an Emmy winner herself—and was nominated this year for her work on Ted Lasso—she also arrived in a look handmade for the spotlight: a custom Marchesa Couture gown featuring a deep neckline, illusion tulle, and impeccable crystal embroidery, all paired with Marchesa Fine Jewelry. The dress was four months in the making and came complete with tens of thousands of mixed crystals, opals, and bugle beads. As Waddingham told ELLE.com: It’s “the magic of Marchesa.” Watch it all come together, below.
From drawing to dress. The magic of Marchesa!
Getting glam with my gorgeous hair stylist Richard Collins!
My partner-in-crime manager Nick Todisco!
4 months’ worth of pure love and dedication by Marchesa’s team and my dear stylist James Yardley.
Rita, the most genius artist of a creative patternmaker I could have ever dreamt of!
Beauty artistry by the master Gita Bass using Charlotte Tilbury.
Final touch-ups with the genius behind Marchesa, Georgina Chapman.
The most beautiful and elegant Marchesa Fine Jewelry to complete my Emmy’s look and a HUGE but stunning Jeffrey Levinson.
Being shot by the magnificent Victoria Stevens.
Somebody help me up!
Ready for the red carpet!
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