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Marcus Scribner arrives for the 68th annual Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, USA, 18 September 2016<< Previous image | Next image >>
After making an overview of the Best dressed at the USA Emmy Awards 2016 and we found out Who "broke" the black-tie dress code at USA Emmy Awards 2016, lets see which celebrities chose Italian style and wore ISAIA tuxedos during the glamorous event gala.
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Who was brave enough to break the black tie dress code this year at USA Emmy Awards 2016 and make an impression?
See some of the best-dressed men or better to say most original men on the Emmys red carpet this year.
Suited and booted Tom Hiddleston , Derek Hough and Kit Harrington all made their mark on the red carpet in Los Angeles on Sunday evening.
Tom Hiddleston looked perfect for a role as James Bond as he rocked a sharp tuxedo for the occasion which celebrates the best in TV from the last year.
At the 2016 Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 18, we have to admit, the guys really stepped up their red carpet game.
From stylish newcomers like Rami Malek and suave favorites such as Tom Hiddleston, check out the slide show above to see the best-dressed men on the 2016 Emmys red carpet.
These are the guys who crushed the red carpet.
We've said it before and we'll say it again (right now, in fact): black tie doesn't have to be boring. And at this year's Emmys, a group of sartorially-inclined men proved that to be very true. Armed with white dinner jackets, charcoal tuxes, and finishing touches that only an A-lister (or his powerful stylist) would know, these guys took formal gear to the next level.
When the 2016 Emmys ended on Sunday, the night was just starting on the Hollywood party circuit. Check out the photos below!
At this year’s Emmy Awards after-parties, the only thing hotter than the date on your arm was the hardware in your hands.
Here are the major moments you may have missed at Sunday's Emmy Awards:
1. The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story dominates with five wins...
Yes, Donald Trump was a featured player at the Emmys. Host Jimmy Kimmel pointed out the man in the audience who made Trump a television star.
“Thanks to Mark Burnett, we don’t have to watch reality shows anymore, because we’re living them,” Kimmel said. Burnett cast Trump in “The Apprentice,” the hit series that gave him a catchphrase (“you’re fired”) and a larger public profile. Both Kimmel and Burnett, who accepted an award later for another one of his shows, “The Voice,” joked about that series’ stars being future Supreme Court nominees.
“This year's nominees are the most diverse ever,” host Jimmy Kimmel said in his opening monologue of a field that included 18 nominees of color for acting awards and several women in directing categories.
The 68th Annual Emmy Awards offered recognition for robust roles played by non-white actors on television.
Rami Malek won Best Actor in a Drama for playing a detached hacker on Mr. Robot, becoming the first non-white actor to win the category in 18 years.
You expect mean from Jimmy Kimmel. You just hope you'll also get funny.
When he hosted the Emmys in 2012, the balance was off. Sunday, making his return as ABC's host, he hit the mark right all night.
The first sign that things would go better came with his opening taped bit, which included a Carpool Karaoke stint with James Corden and climaxed with a shockingly funny cameo by Jeb Bush as a limo driver. "Were you nominated?," he asked Kimmel. "Wow, what's that like?"
The monologue that followed was short and, for Kimmel, almost sweet.