Dana Tycher Reisman
As television’s biggest stars lined the red carpets for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards last night, not only was there much anticipation of who would leave on-top in categories ranging from best leading actress to best comedy, but also of which stars were dressed to impress. While some stars were fashion hits, others were a major miss. Celebrity fashion stylist Dana Tycher Reisman takes on the role of fashion police as she selects her favorite trends and fashion fails of the evening.
Kate Mara, Emmys Fashion
Heidi Klum, Emmys Fashion
Rose Byrne, Emmys Fashion
Out of all the red carpet looks last night, Kate Mara’s was my absolute favorite. She looked stunning in this all-white gown with a high slit and multi-patterened design. Paired perfectly with a white heel, Kate looked flawless.
Heidi looked nothing short of a supermodel as she arrived on the red carpet in this show stopping Versace number. With its burgundy color and embellished with sparkles, Heidi’s gown worked to complement her skin and hair tones. Besides using the beauty of the dress to bring out her stunning features, Heidi enhanced the unique neckline of the gown by wearing her hair in a chic ponytail.
As crop tops are so in this season, Rose’s red carpet style elevated this look and too it to a sophisticated level. While it may have been understated in color and cut, Rose looked amazing in her pale pink, two-piece ensemble. The simplicity and color of the gown brought out her many other beautiful features, which ultimately worked as her best accessory in really pulling together Rose’s red carpet look.
Zosia Mamet, Emmys Fashion
Cobie Smulders, Emmy Fashion
Kelly Osbourne, Emmys Fashion
Zosia Mamat was so well put together from the shoulders up, but her dress just didn’t match. Between the vibrant floral print and awkward placement of what looks similar to a bandeau, this floral Honor frock was far from the best choice for Zosia.
While I do love the style of this sleek J.Mendel piece, I don’t think it was the right fit for Cobie. Because she is a taller woman, Cobie should have opted for a gown that’s bodice fit closer to her natural waistline for a better balance between her bust and hips.
Although I love Kelly Osbourne, her Jenny Packham dress just wasn’t cutting it. Not only did this red dress seem a bit too girly for Kelly’s typical style, but it didn’t seem to complement her beautiful figure.
ABOUT DTR STYLES: Celebrity fashion stylist Dana Tycher Reisman launched personal shopping and styling service DTR Styles in 2013, bringing a concierge service previously reserved for the wealthy to everyday women at an affordable price. DTR Styles offers customized personal shopping experiences and styling services that help women of all ages and backgrounds to discover, define and express their own unique, personality-driven style, giving them confidence that radiates both inside and out. Using a collaborative approach, Dana works closely with clients to understand their needs and goals in order to develop a unique style profile that suits their personality, lifestyle and budget. DTR Styles provides a range of services including style assessments, personal shopping and styling, special event styling, investment piece purchasing, photo shoot styling, cyber styling, full wardrobe revamping and total makeovers (including hair and make-up). DTR Styles serves clients in New York City, the Hamptons, Los Angeles and Miami, in addition to offering style advice and guidance online.
ABOUT DANA TYCHER REISMAN: Born and raised in New York City, celebrity fashion stylist and DTR Styles owner Dana Tycher Reisman spent her childhood playing dress-up amongst the clothes racks at Bergdorf’s and Barneys, and her high school years customizing her school uniforms, hoping to one day share her passion with others. Dana’s love of fashion led her to pursue a Bachelors of Business Administration at Parsons School of Design while also working at INTERMIX and Herve Leger, where she found her true calling in personal shopping and styling. After graduating, Dana joined the personal shopping department at The Americana Manhasset, catering to women looking for high-end styling advice. One of only two personal shoppers at the exclusive shopping destination, Dana gained extensive hands-on experience and training, honing the skills that she had begun to develop while at Parsons. She learned to create a tailored, VIP experience for clients by assessing their personal styles and preferences. In addition to these positions, Dana has also consulted on various projects for celebrity friends, photographers and designers.
For more information about DTR Styles and Dana Tycher Reisman, please visit www.DTRStyles.com.