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Our Favorite 2016 International Emmy Awards Red Carpet Looks

One of the most globally anticipated award shows of the year, the 44th annual International Emmys took place last Monday at the New York Hilton. After our own annual ritual of choosing an outfit, getting ready, snacking in case we don’t like the food, and breaking up with our significant other to be fabulously single for the stars, Pop Style TV was ready to hit the red carpet.

Thankfully, we weren’t alone on the carpet. The freezing cold and strong winds were there to keep us company. Much anticipated arrivals, such as Tony Goldwyn, Damien Lewis, Christina Ricci, Alan Cumming, Shonda Rhimes, Christiane Paul and countless more, shortly arrived, all lavishly dressed and seemingly cold. Stars, they really are just like us! Though, as one would expect from actors, they were better at hiding it for the paparazzi.
Of course, like any other award show, there are two competitions going on. The first, of course, is the one chosen by a select group of people, who decide upon the winner of each award. The second is up for grabs, mostly because it’s anyone’s game and can change across channels. Yup, fashion. Who wore what and who looked best? We’ve decided to stick to what we know and chose some of our favorite red carpet looks.
Minimal, classic and some sheer? It must be Christiane Paul, winner of Best Performance by an Actress for Unterm Radar (Under the Radar).
Actress, Jodi Sta. Maria, slayed in an all-white gown, covering her arms and neck, opting to show some cleavage instead.
Wearing a very light pink, beautifully patterned gown, Sarah Rafferty exuded the elegance that only Sarah Rafferty can exude.
Though at first a bit boring, we’re actually loving this more serious and gothic-like look on Christina Ricci. The simplicity works because all the attention should be on her legs.

Christina Ricci attends the 44th International Emmy Awards at the New York Hilton on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)




Arts Programming


The Man Who Shot Hiroshima

WOWOW INC / Kmax Co.Ltd.



Best Performance by an Actor


Dustin Hoffman in Roald Dahl’s Esio Trot

Endor Productions Ltd / Red Arrow International / The Weinstein Company

United Kingdom

Best Performance by an Actress


Christiane Paul in Under the Radar

Enigma film / Westdeutscher Rundfunk / ARD Degeto




Hoff The Record

Me & You Productions

United Kingdom




War of Lies

Zischlermann Filmproduktion



Drama Series


Deutschland 83

UFA Fiction / RTL Television


Non-English Language US Primetime Program

Francisco, El Jesuita (Francis, the Jesuit)

Anima Films / The History Channel Latin America / Telemundo / Claro Video / DirecTV

United States of America


Non-Scripted Entertainment


The Great Swedish Adventure

Meter Television / SVT – Sveriges Television





Hidden Truths

Globo TV



TV Movie/Mini-Series



Kudos / BBC One

United Kingdom

About author


Colombian-born author Jamie Valentino is the Editor-at-large of POP Style TV. You can read his words in VICE, Google Arts & Culture, Faddy Magazine, W42ST Magazine, The Queer Review, and many more. His literary work has been published in Statement of Record, Across the Margin Publishing, and Maudlin House.
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