Fashion wrap: Freaky fashion at Emmys

BY TRACEY BOND
Last updated 13:08 21/09/2009

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OPINION: Stuff.co.nz hands out awards for the best and worst dressed celebs at the Emmy Awards.

Just about anything went on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards this year.

There were plenty of floaty gowns in evidence. Jennifer Love Hewitt looked fantastic in a pale lemon strapless gown - but where have all her wonderful curves gone? She looked a ghost of herself on the red carpet.

One of the best dresses was the fairytale-esque gown worn by Aussie actress Rose Bryne, with her sequin-adorned number showing off pure Hollywood.

The best-dressed baby bump was a close run thing between Kourtney Kardashian and Heidi Klum, but nobody does the pregnant glow quite like the Project Runway host.

Why did Jessica Lange feel then need to wear sunglasses on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards? And while we are on the subject, why did she opt for a dress that clung in all the wrong places?

Chloe Sevigny lived up to her slightly dotty imagae by plumping for a beautifully draped dress in a fabric that looked a lot like net curtains.

But the scariest red carpet look had to go to Big Love star Ginnifer Goodwin who couldn't quite pull of the hot pink dress. Her sourpuss face didn't help either.

* What was your favourite look at the Emmy Awards? Post your comments below.

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