Here are some of the best dressed at the Emmy Awards 2019

Here are some of the best dressed at the Emmy Awards 2019

It was a celebrity fashion extravaganza at the Emmy Awards held on 22 September 2019 at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles. The red carpet, of course, was a parade which showcased glittering and glamorous gowns in different shapes and forms.

The show did not have a host for the fourth time in its history. Game of Thrones led the nominations with fourteen, including nine for acting and three for directing, followed by When They See Us with eleven and Barry with nine. Including its nominations at the Creative Arts Awards, Game of Thrones established a new record for most Emmy nominations received in the same year by any comedy or drama series with 32, while Pop TV received its first ever Primetime Emmy Award nominations with Schitt’s Creek.

Fleabag won the most major awards with four including Outstanding Comedy Series, followed by Chernobyl with three including Outstanding Limited Series. Game of Thrones broke or tied several records with its wins: it became the first series in history to win Outstanding Drama Series for an eighth season and tied the record for most wins in the category with four. It also, including its Creative Arts wins, tied its own record for most Emmys won by a series in a single season, while cast member Peter Dinklage established a new record for most wins for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series with his fourth win for the series.

How Did They Look? The VMA 2019 Red Carpet Fashion

How Did They Look? The VMA 2019 Red Carpet Fashion

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards was held on August 26, 2019, at the Prudential Center in Newark, being the first VMA ceremony to be held in New Jersey. Sebastian Maniscalco hosted the 36th annual ceremony.

Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, and Billie Eilish were the most awarded with three each. Missy Elliott became the first female rapper to win Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. The show was broadcast on a variety of Viacom-owned networks, as well as their respective websites, and apps through TV Everywhere authentication.

Here are the red carpet looks:

Thembisa joins BET to host ‘2 Families and A Wedding Dress’

Thembisa joins BET to host ‘2 Families and A Wedding Dress’

Thembisa Mdoda keeps elevating as a television host! She became very popular as the host of ‘Our Perfect Wedding’ on Mzansi Magic and her career has been rising non-stop. A couple of weeks ago, she revealed to her social media fans that she had bagged a new presenting gig on BET called ‘2 Families and A Wedding Dress’.

The show is the first of its kind in South Africa and will assist 13 brides-to-be through their journey to walking down the aisle wearing their dream wedding dresses.
 
The launch of the show, hosted by BET’s own, Nomalanga Shozi was held at the extraordinary bridal studio, Veil Bridal Couture located in the heart of Sandton, Johannesburg.

The 13-episode reality show is about two families and the bride going on an exciting journey to select one of the most beautiful and lavish gowns imaginable. Viewers are in for the most entertaining and dramatic reality series voiced by hilarious Moshe Ndiki. The lucky brides will each get a wedding dress valued at of R30 000.

Nomalanga Shozi

Vice President for Youth, Music, and BET at Viacom International Media Networks Africa – Monde Twala, says the is the first of its kind in South Africa and is an exciting time for BET Africa. “We pride ourselves in bringing authentic stories and this new reality show encapsulates that. BET Africa fans can expect nothing but entertainment on the show,” says Monde.

Thembisa expressed her excitement about the launch of the show. “I am truly excited to be part of the BET Africa family. Every woman wants to wear her dream wedding dress when she walks down the aisle. It’s the most special part of her day and I get to be part of that selection process. It’s incredible,” she says.

The show will air on Wednesday, 24 July on BET (DStv Channel 129) at 21:30 CAT. 

And the Bokeh Film Festival ‘Best Dressed’ award went to…

And the Bokeh Film Festival ‘Best Dressed’ award went to…

The 6th annual Bokeh South African International Lifestyle & Fashion Film Festival Gala Awards took place on the 13th of July 2019, at the V & A Waterfront in Cape Town. Many awards were given out on the day, including ‘Best Dressed’ which went to Abongwe Qokela, who wore a gown designed by Imprint ZA.

The gown stole the show because of its celebration of Nguni ancestry and heritage. This gorgeous dress swept the red carpet elegantly and was a total stunner. Imprint first showcased the gown at the AFI Fashion Week runway as part of their Autumn/Winter ‘20 collection in April.

Of course, guests showed up looking gorgeous and red carpet ready. Here are some of the looks.

A look at who wore what at the BET Awards 2019 red carpet

A look at who wore what at the BET Awards 2019 red carpet

Hosted by our favourite gal next door, Regina Hall, the BET Awards was the final event of this weekend’s BET Experience. It lived up to the hype with a red carpet chocked full of epic hair moments, and all the reasons why we love our beauty.

At a time when beauty diversity, colourism, and brand “wokeness” are dominating the conversations around Black beauty, it’s refreshing to see the stars and influencers hit these red carpets with no holding back. From the top stars in music, television, and more, we saw just how magical our coils, curls, and melanin can get.

Here are some of the looks

Who wore what at the E! Africa Pop Culture Awards?

Last Thursday, South African celebrities gathered in their bedazzled outfits at the Alice & Fifth in Sandton for the 15th E! Africa Pop Culture Awards. Some of the big winners included television personality and entrepreneur, Bonang Matheba won the E! Africa Ultimate Pop Culture Icon Award. 

Well acclaimed fashion designer, Gert Johan Coetzee deservedly won the E! Africa Pop Culture Award for Fashion.

Gert Johan Coetzee and Nomzamo Mbatha

And of course, the gorgeous actress and Goodwill ambassador, Nomzamo Mbatha, received the Philanthropy Award and The Pop Culture Award for Music went to DJ Black Coffee.

Here’s some of the red carpet looks