When it comes to red carpet style, Emmy nominee
One only has to look back at her 1998 Emmy gown, a Barbie-pink satin Bob Mackie, to know it. That fairy tale-like confection, complete with a shelf bra and bustle, was worlds away from her
Thanks to her long, successful career arc, fashion watchers have been able to see her style evolve. Sixteen years later, Louis-Dreyfus, 53, is reliably one of Hollywood's best-dressed actresses because she is not a mannequin for the highest bidder; she has a point of view. Her red carpet gowns are sleek, superbly fitted and usually in toned-down colors. She loves a pair of statement earrings, often by L.A. designer Irene Neuwirth.
Louis-Dreyfus is loyal to certain designers, including
Her sartorial confidence is mirrored in character Selina Meyer's wardrobe on "Veep." Costume designer Kathleen Felix-Hager has said the fictional vice president's sophisticated shift dresses and sleek coats by
One thing's for sure: Louis-Dreyfus has a good shot at winning this year's Emmy's style vote.