Emmy Parties: Before and After the Emmy Awards

With a bevy of cool parties all over town, many of the hot tickets were right in Beverly Hills this year. 

The Courier kicked-off the star-studded weekend by covering the red carpet at the Wallis Annenberg Emmy nominee party on Friday evening before heading to the BAFTA tea at the Hilton on Saturday afternoon. The annual tea celebrates the wealth of cross-over talents from L.A. and across the pond who came together for a spot of tea (read: champagne), cucumber sandwiches and scones with clotted cream. 

Spanning over two-days before the awards, nominees, and attendees attended the Official Emmy Gifting Lounge at L.A. Live for exotic trips and 24K infused skin-care by RevealU. Back in 90210, the Eco-Lux Lounge at the Beverly Hilton was all about CBD oils and sustainable beauty over a simple brunch and mimosas. 

(From Left to Right) “Killing Eve” stars Sandra Oh and Emmy winner for Best Supporting Actress in a drama series, Jody Comer Photo by Getty Images, Niecy Nash of “When They See Us” Photo by Getty Images- Becky Sapp and Alison Buck, The Courier caught Sterling K. Brown stopping for a selfie with a fan on the Emmy purple carpet. Photo by Carole Dixon, Best Actor winner Jharrel Jerome of “When They See Us” Photo by Getty Images- Becky Sapp and Alison Buck

After the awards on Sunday evening, the masses headed to the Governor’s Ball on the event deck adjacent to L.A. Live which was turned into a glittering fantasy tent by Sequoia Productions complete with live performances along with passed trays of champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Outside, Nick & Stef’s steakhouse catering continued the post-show meal with chicken parmesan sliders and beef tenderloin. After the winners had their Emmy awards engraved everyone dispersed to the various studio parties around town but the hottest ticket was the HBO bash at the Pacific Design Center. The highlight – besides seeing the GOT winners all in one place, was Chris Bianco from Tartine Bianco who rolled up in a food truck and served breakfast sandwiches and croissant monkey bread to the hungry and happy guests into the wee hours. 

(From Left to Right) Heidi Klum, “Game of Thrones” Nominee Maisie Williams, Naomi Watts, “Game of Thrones” Nominee Sophie Turner
(From Left to Right) Emilia Clarke, “Game of Thrones,” Nominee, Kathryn O’Hara, “Schitt’s Creek,” Nominee, Margaret Qualley, “Fosse Verdon,” Nominee, Regina King
(From Left to Right) The Governor’s Ball after party at L.A. Live was held outdoors on the event deck with live performances inside the pink and purple hued tent Photo by Ana Figueroa, The final stop of the night was at the HBO party and Tartine Bianco food truck


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