Stylist: Elizabeth Stewart assisted by Jordan Grossman
Outfit: Giorgio Armani Privé
Makeup Artist: Genevieve Herr using Lancôme
Hairstylist: Renato Campora using Matrix and Dyson Hair
Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
Clutch: Tyler Ellis
Sometimes, some refined elegance doesn’t hurt, that’s why today we are bringing you Amanda Seyfried walking the red carpet of this year’s Emmy Awards, which took place on September 12, 2022.
For the award night, Seyfried looked like a goddess in a light pink Giorgio Armani Privé embroidered gown from the Fall 2022 collection, paired with Stuart Weitzman Nudistcurve Hollywood shimmery platform sandals.
She accessorized her precious ensemble with Cartier High Jewelry pendant diamond earrings and different sizes of Étincelle de Cartier wedding bands. As an ambassador for Jaeger-LeCoultre, she wore their dainty 101 La Reine diamond watch and in a backstage shot, we can see a platinum Tyler Ellis Lee Pouchet satin clutch on the bed.
In conversation with Vogue, Seyfried explained why she chose an Armani number: “[Armani] really knows how to reinvent the wheel. It felt classic, but new. […] It was like an extra skin, like wearing body armor. I felt like a knight—a really beautiful, pink-purple mermaid knight.”
Her daughter approved too: “I FaceTimed my daughter when I had a fitting, and she was like, ‘Wow, mama‘.”
It also helps that Amanda is now at a stage in her life where she likes experimenting with more body-conscious silhouettes: “I’m feeling more in my body than ever, so I’m willing to take risks and show things that I didn’t use to want to. It’s really empowering.”
Makeup artist Genevieve Herr painted Amanda‘s eyelids with purple-y and rose-y tones, matching the colors of the dress. The emphasis was on the upper lash line, where a prune eyeliner pencil was used, and on the lashes, loaded with black mascara. Of course, the products used were courtesy of Lancôme–here is the breakdown:
– Lancôme – Teint Idôle Ultra Wear Care & Glow Foundation (no shade specified);
– Lancôme – Hypnôse 5-Color Eyeshadow Palette in ‘Reflet D’Améthyste‘;
– Lancôme – Le Stylo Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil in #09 ‘Prune Radical‘;
– Lancôme – Le 8 Hypnôse Mascara;
– Lancôme – Le Lip Liner in ‘Fraichelle‘ + L’Absolu Rouge Sheer Cream Lipstick in #264 ‘Peut Être‘.
Hairstylist Renato Campora went for a vintage Hollywood movie star low bun look, using Matrix products, here is a little detailed tutorial we were able to find, thanks to this Estetica Magazine article:
“1. On wet hair, prep the hair with Matrix So Silver All-In-One Toning Spray to neutralize and brighten up Amanda‘s signature blonde. Then apply Matrix Instacure Anti-Breakage Porosity Spray to nourish the hair and build a foundation for the hairstyle.
2. Blow out hair section by section with a round brush and smooth out all the hair. Once the hair is smooth, in big sections, I used 1.5” curling iron around the ends to really polish the ends.
3. Brushed hair out and created a middle part. Following that, separate the front section of hair from the back following the ear line, then pull the bottom half into a bun first, and then combine the top half of hair to the existing bun, wrapping the strands around and securing with bobby pins.
4. Once all of the hair is secured into the bun, apply Matrix StyleLink Super Fixer Strong Hold Gel to make sure all of the baby hairs are in place.
5. To finish, use Matrix Vavoom Triple Freeze Hair Spray to ensure the hair will hold all night. Matrix Vavoom has a 24-hour hold and anti-frizz humidity resistance, a must-have for the night.”
He also listed the Dyson Hair Dryer and the Dyson Flat Iron as his tools to achieve the desired result.
With everything that was going on, it was a great idea to leave her nails au naturel.
Amanda Seyfried was nominated (and won) in the category Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, for her role as Elizabeth Holmes in “The Dropout“.
The Dropout, based on the eponymous ABC Audio podcast, is about the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her company, Theranos, played by Amanda Seyfried.
The company claimed that it invented a technology through which blood tests could be performed rapidly thanks to small automated devices the company had developed. Claims which were later discovered to be false.
Holmes faces now up to 20 years in federal prison, plus potentially millions in restitution and fines.