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Despite the sweltering heat Sunday, post-Emmy Awards is when things really started heating up. Here’s where the stars of television continued their epic celebrating.
Governors Ball, L.A. Convention Center:
Though lead comedy Emmy winner Jeffrey Tambor was the belle of the 67th Emmy Awards Governors Ball, the 71-year-old actor had his own star sighting at the after-party. “Oh my God, that’s Andrea Bocelli!” he exclaimed, running to get a better view of the famous tenor’s performance.
Located directly across from the Microsoft Theater, the Ball — this year themed “Reigning with Radiance” and boasting 30-feet tall chandeliers and decor embedded with 45,000 Swarovski crystals — is the first stop for partygoers. In addition to the performance by Bocelli, who was joined by David Foster on piano, the evening featured a three-course meal by Patina Catering and a station where Emmy winners could get their names engraved on their statues. »
- Variety Staff
After last year’s unconventionally timed telecast on a Monday night in August, the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards are once again on a Sunday, back on the third week of September (the start to the television season). Likewise, the most beloved awards shindigs have returned to their traditional nights as well. Here’s where the small screen’s biggest stars will be wining, dining, donating and dancing off during the decadent week-long toast to primetime TV.
Wednesday, Sept. 16
“The Best in Television” Emmy Exhibit Opening: 5 p.m., The Hollywood Museum
A VIP reception will launch this exclusive showcase featuring the largest selection of costumes and props from this year’s nominated shows (like “American Horror Story,” “Orphan Black” and “Orange is the New Black”), on display through Nov. 1.
Writers Nominee Reception: 7 p.m., Montage Beverly Hills Terrace
- Jasmin Rosemberg
With H&M creating the first official co-branded collection with the Coachella Music Festival (and Mac getting in on the action with its Coachella-inspired makeup collection created with DJ Mia Moretti), festival dressing has officially moved past serving as a simple marker of spring and into a bonafide industry. As revelers assemble flower crowns, dust off their floppy hats and let their fringe fly, we look back into music fest history to show that the benchmarks of festival style—fringe, flower crowns, floppy hats and more—are deeply rooted in festivals past. 1958: Some of the first music festivals are traced back to England with the Leeds Festival, which was held between 1858 and 1985 and featured »
Janelle Monáe and CoverGirl; Miley and Mac; Gwen Stefani and L'Oreal Paris—partnerships between musicians and cosmetic companies have become a mainstay of the beauty landscape. But somehow, the electronic technicians who kick out dance tracks for massive followings are often overlooked in this category (even though DJ style, traditionally rooted in club kid culture, tends to be some of the most fashion forward in the music biz). No more. Today, Mac Cosmetics announced a special capsule collection, created with New York-based DJ Mia Moretti—a longtime cultural fixture at the crossroads of DJ culture and the fashion scene. The nine-piece collection uses Coachella as a jump-off and is built »
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