Hooked: Emmy's Scarlet Ladies & Kristen Stewart at London Fashion Week

Hooked: Emmy's Scarlet Ladies & Kristen Stewart at London Fashion Week

Time to get Hooked, our bite sized roundup of fashion-drenched music news.

Scarlet Ladies Invade the Emmy Awards
The hottest in television emerged last night at The 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The red carpet became ablaze as crimson dresses cascaded in from every direction. Red became the color of the evening as starlets from both the silver screen and television sizzled in the fiery color. Channeling their inner heroin, Lea Michele, Nina Dobrev, Sofia Vergara, Kate Winslet and Giuliana Rancic all rocked the ruby hue.

Nina Dobrev from "Vampire Diaries" shined in a strapless Donna Karan gown as "Glee"'s Michele sparkled in a gorgeous plunging backed ruched shouldered Marchesa gown complete with Manolo Blahnik pumps. Nominated for her groundbreaking work on "Mildred Pierce," Kate Winslet blended old Hollywood glamour with a modern sex appeal in a salacious Elie Saab design.

Although red stole the show in terms of color, other dazzling celebrities packed quite the style punch. The Fashion Police's own Kelly Osbourne twinkled in a burgundy sweetheart neckline J. Mendel gown. Another non-red dressed stunner was Gwyneth Paltrow, who exposed her famous toned bod in a midriff-baring number by Pucci.

Who was your favorite dressed lady of the night?

London Fashion Week Heats Up With Tom Ford, Kate Moss and Kristen Stuart

The glitter of Fashion week has blown over the pond this past weekend into London town. The best in British fashion is in full bloom as Tom Ford, Mulberry and Vivienne Westwood revealed their Spring 2012 creations. The elusive Mr. Ford kept his visions a mystery as he showed his collection only to a handful of the industry's most prominent members and banned camera use.

All eyes were instead on Mulberry's cheeky spring collection inspired by donkey rides, and ice-cream on the beach. Watching the colorful spectacle unfold was Kate Moss and actress Kristen Stewart, who sat all smiles in the front row.

Vivienne Westwood showed her modern funk in the form of androgynous plaid creations at her Red Label spring collection. With ZZ Top's "Gimme All Your Lovin" blaring in the background, Westwood's separate suiting pieces and dropped crouch trousers strutted down the runway with a confined flare.