Alexander Wang stayed true to his downtown/edgy/cooler-than-cool girl. Hair, styled by Guido Palau for Redken, was coiffed so that "it doesn't place too much importance" on her overall beauty look "even though it is very important to how she presents herself." That said, Palau created bed head hair with Redken Structure Wax, which made hair look piecey, as well as Sutra's heat styling iron to make locks wavy. He created a center part and then pulled hair back softly at the nape so pieces would fall out naturally. Makeup, by Diane Kendal for MAC, was a bit boyish, with strong, square brows and lip balm on lips. Eyes looked as if they had seen a good night at the club as eyeliner was applied around the eyes, and then removed, for a washed-out look. Nails, by Butter London, had a soft black tint, achieved by combining three of the brand's hues, and then topping it off with a matte finish.
“I was touched by the fact that she lost her father, really before his time, and it was a real shock. She had two young children, she was married and she was expecting that she would have her own life for a good 25 years,” said Claire Foy about playing a young Queen Elizabeth in Netflix’s The Crown. Styled by @mayteallende 📸@jgreenery #emmys2017 #wwdeyeu
“Truth and lies have become a real interesting theme, more than ever, lately,” Emmy nominee Laura Dern told WWD. "It’s a very interesting time to use our voice." Styled by @cristinaehrlich, 📸 @shayanhathaway #wwdeye #emmys2017
“It transcends the genre that is you think of a sci-fi show — you don’t expect it to be so profound or emotionally riveting,” Evan Rachel Wood told WWD of her Emmy nominated role in Westworld. styled by @samanthamcmillen_stylist 📸 @emmanmontalvan #emmys2017 #wwdeye