After months of stressful news, the annual red carpet at the Emmy Awards offered some relief. As usual, it was all about the glitzy dresses, the elegant suits and all the hot looks that the stars were wearing.
And there were plenty on television’s biggest night. Kaley Cuoco of The Flight Attendant, Genius’s Cynthia Erivo and Mare of Easttown star Kate Winslet — all among the night’s nominees — were just a few of the women who attended. Meanwhile, Pose’s Billy Porter, This Is Us star Chris Sullivan and Bowen Yang and Kenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live also broke out their fancy threads for Sunday’s event at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles.
Check out the impressive looks that everyone wore, from shimmering gowns to sleek suits — and everything in between.
The star and producer of HBO’s Flight Attendant wowed in a neon number with floral accents at the shoulder.
Pose star Billy Porter brought the drama with some literal wings and a necklace made of diamonds and emeralds. “Children! I’ve arrived,” the nominee for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series wrote on social media.
Catherine Zeta-Jones put her best foot forward for the fete in a deep red look.
Taraji P. Henson
Chris Sullivan and his wife, Rachel
Cedric the Entertainer
Daniel Dae Kim
Leslie Odom Jr.
Ken Jeong and his wife, Tran
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys
Tracee Ellis Ross
Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine
Sterling K. Brown
Renée Elise Goldsberry
Evan Peters and his mom, Julie
Nick and Vanessa Lachey
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