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Photos: Mary Tyler Moore through the years
The 72nd annual Emmy Awards are taking place on Sunday and in honor of the ceremony, we're looking back at some of the most iconic and memorable style moments on the red carpet through they years. From catsuits to plunging necklines and everything in between, here are 61 looks you totally forgot about. Mary Tyler Moore wears an emerald green one-shoulder gown while arriving with her husband, Dr. Robert Levine. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen pose on the red carpet in coordinated floral looks at just five years old. Bazaar Bride. United States.
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Best known for her work on The Dick van Dyke Show and her very own The Mary Tyler Moore show, Moore was nothing short of an icon, and that's true of her fashion from the time, too — Mary Tyler Moore wore many iconic outfits in the '60s and '70s. Whether it was floral gowns at the Emmy Awards of which she won five Best Actress trophies, a record Julia Louis Dreyfus just broke last year lots of plaid on The Mary Tyler Moore Show , or even stylish flapper dresses from Thoroughly Modern Millie , the actress has worn countless fabulous outfits over the years. As the star of a trailblazing show about a single woman in the workplace, it pretty much goes without saying that Moore was a very inspiring woman. She is remembered fondly by countless fellow celebrities , and will no doubt continue to have quite the legacy in years to come. Plus, with shows like Mad Men and Good Girls Revolt reigniting interest in the era in which Moore shot to stardom, there's a lot of fun to be had revisiting some of her best red carpet moments and costumes — so let's take a look at 11 of her best looks!
Her simple goodness more than made up for a lack of worldliness. Fans and succeeding sitcoms aspire to that kind of chemistry to this day. Mary and "Mr. Murray jabbed Sue Ann over her promiscuity yes, it was a different era , and she hit back with an array of baldness barbs. Mean, but evenly matched.