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

Lizzy Caplan's train was a tripping hazard at Emmys Governors' Ball

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]

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