Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Red on the Red Carpet: Nick Verreos and model Amanda Fields Bennett in NIKOLAKI filming an Emmys Red Carpet Trend TV Segment at FIDM Museum for NTD Chinese TV

This past week--leading up to the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards---I was invited to film a TV segment discussing what I thought would be the 2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Fashion Trends using my very own NIKOLAKI Collection gowns.

 Nick Verreos--2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Trend filming for NTD Chinese Television, FIDM Museum & Galleries

Model Amanda Fields Bennett--in NIKOLAKI sequined gown--and NIKOLAKI co-designer David Paul, FIDM Museum & Galleries "Designing Hollywood" Exhibition

FIDM Museum & Galleries 2014 Art of Outstanding Television Costume Design and Designing Hollywood exhibitions

I am most thankful that my Alma Mater--and the College of which I am the Spokesperson of-- the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising/FIDM and FIDM Museum & Galleries were so wonderful to provide their "2014 Art of Outstanding Television Costume Design" and "Designing Hollywood" Exhibitions as a PERFECT backdrop for the segments.

Nick Verreos--at the 8th Annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design Exhibition, FIDM Museum & Galleries

Nick Verreos filming for NTD Chinese Television--2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Trends, FIDM Museum & Galleries

The segments were filmed for NTD-- which stands for "New Tang Dynasty"--Television and a pre-Emmy's Red Carpet Trend special they were airing. According to the Wall Street Journal, NTD reaches 200 million viewers worldwide, including 50 million in mainland China.

Fashion Hands: Nick Verreos, filming a 2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Trends segment for NTD Chinese TV, FIDM Museum & Galleries--with model in his NIKOLAKI sequined gown

Here are some Behind-the-Scenes photos from the shoot where I discussed the "possible" 2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Trends of Red and Bold Color, Sequined Dresses and Ball Gowns using my own NIKOLAKI Collection gowns on model Amanda Fields Bennett. After watching the actual 2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet, I was happy to see that I got my three trends right!

Trend: Red/Bold Color
NIKOLAKI by Nick Verreos/David Paul strapless red silk ziberline gown with side pockets and cascade-draped back--NTD Chinese Television filming, FIDM Museum & Galleries

Trend: Sequined Stunners
NIKOLAKI by Nick Verreos/David Paul lavender-colored sequined silk chiffon column gown with peek-a-boo upper torso cut-out's--NTD Chinese Television filming, FIDM Museum & Galleries

Trend: Ball Gowns
NIKOLAKI by Nick Verreos/David Paul lemon yellow striped silk organza ball gown with high neck, side pockets and hand-sewn Swarovski jeweled crystal straps--NTD Chinese Television filming, FIDM Museum & Galleries

Nick Verreos and Model Amanda in NIKOLAKI by Nick Verreos/David Paul ball gown--NTD Chinese Television filming, FIDM Museum & Galleries


Amanda Does a Turn: Model Amanda Fields Bennett does a twirl--in NIKOLAKI by Nick Verreos/David Paul ball gown--NTD Chinese Television filming, FIDM Museum & Galleries
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Here are some of the actresses who wore my (predicted) Trends at the 2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet:

Red:
Christina Hendricks in fire-engine red from Marchesa Fall 2013

Sequins:
Hayden Panettiere in sequined Lorena Sarbu Fall 2014

Ball Gown (and Red!):
January Jones in Prabal Gurung Resort 2015

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