Emmys' Fashion Statements

Tightly fitted gowns and nude colors were the big fashion trends at this year's Emmy awards ceremony, says Phillip Bloch, one of Hollywood's premier fashion stylists.

In an interview on The Early Show, Bloch, who has dressed such stars as Sandra Bullock, John Travolta, Salma Hayek and Jada Pinkett Smith, spoke about the best and worst-dressed celebrities of the night. Bloch, who has been in New York for the spring 2003 fashion shows, did not dress any of the stars this year.

Among those who wore tightly fitted clothes, he says , were Amy Brenneman, Stockard Channing, Debra Messing, Oprah Winfrey, and Kim Cattrall. He says the style is reminiscent of the Marilyn Monroe look of the 1950s and 1960s.

Cattrall also was among several stars wearing the popular nude or cream color. Others included Jennifer Aniston and Wendie Malick.

Black was another popular color and the "black pack" was led by Heather Locklear, Laura Linney, Jeri Ryan, Debra Messing and Rachel Griffiths.

The best dressed of the night, Bloch says, were "Friends" actresses Lisa Kudrow, Courtney Cox Arquette, and Jennifer Aniston. Aniston, in a cream colored gown with a scarf at her neck, by far was the princess of the night, he says.

Oprah also got a nod for her glamorous, fitted style with a bustle at the back.

The real fashion disaster of the night was Kelly Osbourne, who wore a retro 1970s gown that, Bloch says, should have been left back in the 1970s.

For the men, it was all about a relaxed look. Brad Pitt, Alec Baldwin and Don Cheadle wore no ties, while others, like Kiefer Sutherland, sported a gray one.

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