2013 Emmy Awards have come and gone and a few people cared. This post is for you. Let’s take a look at the best, worst, and WTF of 2013 Emmy fashion. I know Lena Dunham’s outfit is bound to get a few people talking.
It seems no one can resist Ryan Gosling‘s charms, not even Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks, whose nether regions were set atingle by the actor when she worked with him on his directorial debut, How to Catch a Monster. Okay, Christina’s married and there was no mention of tingling genitals, but that’s okay! We can all pretend! What she did say is that she was worried about “disappointing” him and that he’s a very hands on director. Woo hoo!
“Talk about feeling intimidated. [Ryan] called me and asked me if I was interested in doing this film and I said: “One, of course, yes, and two, why me? And three, I don’t want to disappoint you.” He’s been fantastic, involving me artistically and letting me be along the road of casting and costume design. I’ve seen story boards and imagery and I’ve heard music. It’s the largest role I’ve ever had, so this is one I’m definitely aware of my anxiety about.”
Ryan seems like he’d be a cool, laid back director, though I feel like it’s just something for him to do rather than something that’s super important to him and that he’s really dedicated to. Plus, now he’s taking a break from the acting world. What will we do without our dose of Gosling?
More pics from Christina’s Flaunt shoot below…
Mad Men premieres this Sunday and I’m excited. AMC just released some stills to give us a sneak peak. Hold on, let me get one thing out of the way:
Okay, super, now we can move on.
Last season was set in 1967. Sometimes the show jumps forward only a few months, sometimes by a year. One thing we can tell is that the outfits are getting a lot uglier and the mens clothing a lot more colorful. Just look at Don Draper’s jacket up there. Mother of God.
January Jones is suspiciously absent.
Will you be watching?
AMC released these boneriffic portraits of Season 6′s main players on Mad Men‘s Facebook page. Sadly, as you can see, the Fat Betty we all were shocked to see but fell deeply in love with, is gone. The most interesting thing January Jones EVER DID was taken away from us.
Oh well, enjoy the rest!
Unfortunately, there are no professional season 6 portraits of Mr. Hamm’s Dong Draper…that we know of.
The cast – including January Jones, Christina Hendricks and the one who was married to Fred Armisen (oh yeah, Elisabeth Moss!) – came out in Los Angeles on Wednesday night to celebrate the new season and looked pretty great doing it, as well. Also, I haven’t watched Mad Men since the first season, but love the addition of the token black character. And yes, that’s sarcasm.
Check out a gallery from the premiere below and let us know in the comments: who looked best?
More specifically, Vivienne Westwood would like to sell you some jewelry, and she’s using Christina Hendricks to demonstrate why you should buy that jewelry. But do the specifics really matter? Are you really concerned about where the jewelry comes from, or who designed it? Or would you rather just look at all the pretty pictures*?
*Just so we’re clear, I’m talking about Christina Hendricks, not the jewelry. All though I did go back through to look specifically at the jewelry, because I figured I should have some clue what I’m talking about as opposed to just drooling over this lady. I like those earrings ok, and I really like the headpiece, but that big dumb heart necklace is just big and dumb. And that has been your jewelry critique of the day, brought to you by my lady boner.
I feel like we spend most of our time talking about Christina Hendricks in a “Love It or Leave It“-type fashion, and I’m really starting to wonder why. See, I don’t watch Mad Men, and personally can’t speak about anything other than her amazing rack and her pretty, angelic features. No, so, to me, it’s all about the appearance. Like, when those Christina Hendricks leaked nudes happened a few months back, I was elated. Because I was like, “Wow! It’s one of those celebrities who I’d just love to see topless!” and I got my wish! But is that all Christina Hendricks is? A lovely face? Come on, guys. Someone’s got to come to her defense, here, and I just can’t do it fairly.
Anyway, back to the matter at hand: loving or leaving Christina Hendricks’ look. I have to say—I’m no big fan of pin-straight, flat-ironed hair, especially on someone who … well, on someone who it just doesn’t fit, you know, like it doesn’t on Christina, but aside from the hair … aside from the hair, I’m completely loving this look. The makeup, the pretty dress that flatters her lovely figure, and those shoes. My God, those shoes.
Christina Hendricks, today—love it or leave it?