A contemporary red carpet

A contemporary red carpet

MISE À DAY

To celebrate the 37th Gémeaux Awards Gala, the stars of the small screen pulled out all the stops on the Place des Arts red carpet. The glamor was everywhere, and the best part was that it ranged from its traditional version to its more contemporary iterations. Some opted for long dresses with a train, others for brightly colored sheaths, there were also a few tight dresses with strategic cuts and a few tulle creations. The costume was worn with a shirt and bow tie, but also sometimes directly on the skin, open over a lace bra or revealing a camisole. Several local designers and brands shone at the event!

Julie Ringuette and Pascal Morrissette

“I wanted a low-cut look. I called on Anomal Couture to design my outfit,” launched Julie Ringuette, accompanied by Pascal Morrissette, who wore a Zara suit.

Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulain

Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin was radiant in an apple green dress by designer Laruelle.

Stéphane Rousseau

Stéphane Rousseau played the Hugo Boss tuxedo in a very contemporary way by slipping it on a white camisole which protruded slightly. 

Christine Beaulieu

Christine Beaulieu (here with Roy Dupuis) ​​opted for a retro look. 

Ludivine Reding

Ludivine Reding fell for a cut-out dress from the brand of the hour, Nensi Dojaka, while remaining faithful to her favorite shoe brand, Christian Louboutin.

Emily Bégin and Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge

Emily Bégin and Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge were perfectly coordinated. She had donned an Anomal Couture dress illuminated with Ecksand jewels and he a Surmesur suit.

Evelyne Brochu

Evelyne Brochu fell for a ruffled dress by tulle from The Bar brand. 

Milya Corbeil

Milya Corbeil chose a white dress decorated with crystals reminiscent of those on her L' interval.