- Emma Corinne was ridiculed by social media users over her Emmys outfit
- Italian label Miu Miu . Outlandish custom look was created for the actress by
- The costume featured a strapless dress, baggy opera gloves and a quirky bonnet.
- Fans scoff at the outfit, comparing it to a swimmer’s outfit
The Crown’s Emma Corinne was ridiculed by social media users over her bizarre Miu Miu Emmy outfit in a flesh-colored strapless gown, matching hooded hat and opera gloves.
The look, which was accessorized with long, Talon-like fake nails, was a custom creation based on a similar exterior design from the Italian label’s ‘Ski Collection’, which also features gloves and a protruding bonnet covering the ears .
Corinne, 25, best known for her role as Princess Diana on Netflix’s The Crown, appeared in Miu Miu’s most recent ad campaign and is believed to have played an active role in designing her wacky red carpet looks. has played.
Horrified fashion fans lashed out at the outfit with a tweet: ‘What’s in the name of God? Yellow dress with gloves and swim cap?’ Another posted: ‘Emma Corinne looks like The Handmaid’s Tale at the Emmy Awards with her pale yellow bonnet.’
The dress featured a shapeless, strapless column dress that was too little for the actress’s large size. The same plain beige material was used to make the ill-fitting opera gloves, which were hooked onto Corinne’s arms.
The Crown’s Emma Corinne was ridiculed by social media users for her quirky Miu Miu Emmy outfit in a flesh-colored strapless gown, matching hooded hat and opera gloves.
Emma, 25, who played Princess Diana in the hit Netflix drama but failed to take an hour to last night’s red carpet screening, completed the outfit by Miu Miu with flashy black nails. In the picture, the audience made fun of Emma’s outfit
The Italian fashion house’s design appears to have been loosely based on a number from its ‘Ski Collection’ (pictured), which featured a similarly designed headpiece, according to a Twitter user
The quirky head-to-toe look was topped off with a cap or bonnet, revealing a glimpse of the actress’ hairline.
It is not known whether the look was requested by the actress and her team, or if it was given to them by the designer.
Normally an A-lister would take an active role in creating her red carpet look for a high profile event like the Emmys, which means Corinne may have had a hand in shaping this controversial ensemble.
While a handful of fashionistas applauded the wacky look, most were stunned.
One tweeted: ‘Why… why is Emma Corinne wearing an old time swimming bonnet at the Emmys?’
The fourth asked: ‘Who was the woman in the Emmys wearing the yellow bathing/swimming cap? Did she get lost after returning from the Olympics?’
Response: Several social media users compared Emma’s headpiece to a swim cap and questioned why she wore a statement outfit
Emma, who changed her pronoun on her Instagram bio earlier this year, wore a pale yellow bonnet and matching floor-length dress from Miu Miu for the red carpet event.
Completing her outfit with long fingerless gloves, Emma swept her hair away from her face so the headpiece could sit comfortably while opting for a glamorous makeup look.
Sharing a few shots of Amy’s gown on Instagram, Emma wrote: ‘Crucible reality for EMMYS 2021’.
Others shared their surprise and dislike of the costume, with some comparing it to the ones worn in The Handmaid’s Tale
As such, it looks like the actress Sunday decided to channel Winona Ryder’s character Abigail Williams from the 1996 drama The Crucible.
The film is a dramatic tale of the Salem witch trials and how married man John Proctor (Daniel Day-Lewis) breaks up with his young lover, Abigail Williams (Winona).
Winona’s character takes the other girls to a rite of passage to wish the death of his wife, Elizabeth (Joan Allen). When the ritual is discovered, the girls are brought to trial.
The 25-year-old actress took inspiration from the 1996 film as she wore a light yellow bonnet and matching long-length dress for a red carpet event.
Completing her outfit with long fingerless gloves, Emma (pictured) parted her hair away from her face so the headpiece could sit comfortably while opting for a glamorous makeup look.
Emma has publicly addressed her decision to request her pronouns, explaining that it was important to put her ‘authentic’ self out there.
speak with W MagazineEmma said: ‘It’s hard when you have a stage, but I want to make everything feel very authentic.
‘I think we have become more aware of our position in our communities and the circles in which we operate.’