Anya Taylor-Joy arrived at the 2021 Emmys in one of the evening’s most exquisite and jaw-dropping dresses from Dior Haute Couture under Maria Grazia Chiuri. But this was far from just any red carpet dress: Taylor-Joy played a role in its design, the actress revealed on her Instagram. “I am beyond proud to see a design of mine brought so beautifully to life by the exquisite craftsmanship of the house,” she wrote, thanking Grazia Chiuri and the Dior team.
Dior released the stunning savoir-faire images of its construction below.
Taylor-Joy wore a pale yellow silk dress in silk lingerie satin paired with an opera coat in yellow silk faille for the ceremony. Five people worked on the look in the Dior ateliers. Taylor-Joy and Paul Burgo styled the look for the night. Taylor-Joy notably accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
For the after party, Taylor-Joy stepped out in a matching silk lingerie set by the house made from pale yellow silk and chantilly lace. The house also created a silk mousseline cape that she wore with the set. Three people worked on the look.
Dior also released the below savoir-faire images of its construction this afternoon:
Taylor-Joy reflected on how much her Emmys dress meant to her on her Instagram. She wrote:
Where to even begin.
What an absolute privilege to be able to celebrate The Queens Gambit last night at @televisionacad To be able to hug and hold and laugh. I am (and will be) forever grateful that we got to go out with a bang, together. Thank you to all of you who watched… and a huge THANK YOU to @mariagraziachiuri and the house of @dior @diorbeauty for making my dream dress come true! I am beyond proud to see a design of mine brought so beautifully to life by the exquisite craftsmanship of the house and the styling of my day 1 ride or die @paulburgo …. My favourite dress I’ve worn and an evening I will never forget 🥰 THANK YOU!
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