Fashion was fine at the Emmys but look out for Lizzy Caplan's train

Fashion was fine at the Emmys but look out for Lizzy Caplan's train
The train on Lizzy Caplan's lovely Emmys gown was a tripping hazard. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

Fashion was in top form at the 66th Primetime Emmys on Monday, writes fashion critic Booth Moore. Lizzy Caplan in her sweeping back-and-white gown from Donna Karan Atelier, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera, Michelle Dockery in Rosie Assoulin and Kerry Washington in Prada were among the style winners. [Los Angeles Times]

But Lena Dunham wilted in her cotton-candy confection, and she along with Julia Roberts, Kristen Wiig and a few others didn't quite pull off the looks they may have hoped for. [Los Angeles Times]

Meanwhile, back to Lizzy Caplan's gown. It was stunning, but party-goers at the Governors' Ball after the awards ceremony kept stopping short to avoid tripping over it, Ellen Olivier at Society News LA reports. Caplan good-naturedly did her best to keep it out of the way. [Society News LA]

In other fashion news:

Nicki Minaj's wardrobe malfunction at the VMAs on Sunday was rehearsed, sources told TMZ. [TMZ]

Blue Ivy, Beyonce and Jay Z's 2 1/2-year-old daughter, stole the spotlight at the VMAs though. She was wearing a metallic shift dress with flutter sleeves from Bonpoint, People reports. [People]

Kendall Jenner's modeling career keeps advancing. She's in Vogue's September issue. [The Cut]

Fast fashion retailer H&M is dressing tennis player Thomas Berdyk for the U.S. Open. [New York Times]