"I love to see the girls wearing my gowns on the red carpet, its a much better view than from backstage at my own runways, and a lot less stress!" Lloyd Klein on seeing his work worn on the red carpet on television.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Lloyd Klein’s glamorous evening gowns, known for their classic “Old Hollywood” charm, have been worn by many of the most celebrated entertainment industry stars since the designer officially moved to Los Angeles from Paris a decade ago in 2004. Among them are 2014 Golden Globe night attendees including: Olivia Wilde, Kate Beckinsale, Angela Bassett, Eva La Rue, Hayden Panettiere, Robin Wright, Kaley Cuoco, Keke Palmer, Paz Vega, Jaime King, Shannon Elizabeth, Helen Mirren, Mariel Hemingway and tv hosts Maria Menounos and Shaun Robinson. Others in the over 200 celebrities stylishly clad in Lloyd Klein and are among the highlighted names in the designers impressive clientele roster include: Toni Collette, Kat Graham, AnnaLynne McCord, Faye Dunaway, Mary Steenburgen, Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss, Felicity Huffman, Halle Berry, Jane Fonda, Maria Bello, Bo Derek, Joan Collins, Paula Abdul, Gabrielle Union, Tyra Banks, Kim Kardashian, Marissa Miller, Natalie Cole, Natasha Henstridge, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Christina Aguilera, Jane Lynch, Vanessa Williams, Rebecca Romijn, Eva Longoria, Gabrielle Union, Miley Cyrus, Maria Bello, Brandy Norwood, Patricia Heaton, Naya Rivera, Rose McGowan, Whitney Houston, Mary J. Blige and award show hosts Dayna Devin,Carrie Ann Inaba, Joan Rivers, and Giuliana Rancic,to name a few more.
For Lloyd Klein, the awards season is a wonderful opportunity to see his collections showcased on Hollywood’s own fashion runway. The designer is working on a book of memoirs, due to be completed in time to coincide with the 2014 Emmy Awards. The coffee table book tentatively entitled, “They Wore It Best”, will include one-on-one interviews with many of his celebrity friends who share some frank and candid "off carpet" moments that offer the reader a stunning insiders glimpse of the what goes on before the arrivals begin and the cameras click.