See Every Dress to Hit the Emmy Awards Red Carpet
There's no better night to be sitting by your TV than the biggest night in TV — and it doesn't get bigger (or better!) than the Emmy Awards. True to form, the stars didn't disappoint, with a lineup already rivaling that of last year's attendees.
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Halle Berry was an absolute vision in her romantic silk chiffon Elie Saab gown.
Sofia Vergara did her curves justice in Roberto Cavalli's sculpted white gown.
Camila Alves (nearly!) looked hot enough to draw our eyes away from Mathew McConaughey in a Zuhair Murad dress, Brian Atwood shoes, and Neil Lane jewels.
Claire Danes took a dramatic turn in Givenchy's lace-paneled, embellished gown which she wore with Givenchy shoes and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Mindy Kaling kept our girl-crush going strong in a Kenzo column dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, a Swarovski ear cuff, and she carried a Fiona Kotur clutch.
Gwen Stefani channeled her inner Donatella Versace in the designer's gold and silver design, which she completed with Neil Lane jewels.
Kerry Washington worked her curves in Prada's contoured, high-slit design and completed her look with Fred Leighton jewelry.
Who needs a gown? Julia Roberts took our breath away in Elie Saab's dramatic cocktail dress and Christian Louboutin heels. She accessorized with Wilfredo Rosado for Scarselli Diamonds earrings and an Irene Neuwirth ring.
There wasn't an angle that Lizzy Caplan didn't look flawless in wearing her Donna Karan Atelier gown, Brian Atwood shoes, and Neil Lane jewels.
Zooey Deschanel heated things up in Oscar de la Renta's hot pink gown and sleek silver accessories.
Kate Mara brought sexy back in her sultry white J. Mendel dress that she completed with a Thalé Blanc clutch.
Christina Hendricks reminded us that redheads can wear red in her Marchesa design. The star added a Lee Savage clutch and Neil Lane jewelry.
Julianna Margulies couldn't be missed in Narciso Rodriguez's custom black crystal embroidered dress.
Cat Deeley put a bow on it when she wore a pink ombré Burberry gown.
Sarah Paulson took a whimsical route in her polka-dot tulle gown.
Sarah Silverman took the plunge in Marni's crystal-embellished gown.
Yet another actress to wear white, Lucy Liu paired her Lorraine Schwartz jewels with a deep-V gown.
Allison Williams made an entrance in a Giambattista Valli Couture waist-cinching gown that needed no accessorizing, save for a pair of studs and Brian Atwood heels.
Michelle Dockery chose Rosie Assoulin's unexpected combo of blue, green, and white when she arrived for the Emmy Awards, which she paired with Ana Khouri gold jewelry.
January Jones made sure her Christian Louboutin footwear got equal time in the spotlight thanks to Prabal Gurung's voluminous ballgown. She completed the ensemble with Jack Vartanian earrings and a Carla Amorim ring.
Julie Bowen was spotted in Peter Som's halter gown.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus got the star treatment with a custom Carolina Herrera halter gown.
Kaley Cuoco proved pink and red make a great match when she arrived in her Monique Lhuillier ballgown and Chelsea Paris shoes. She accessorized with a Swarovski clutch, a Graziela Gems ring, Meira T earrings, and a Jennifer Fisher ring.
Laverne Cox stood out from the pack in a crisp Marc Bouwer gown and Fred Leighton jewels.
The only thing shining more dynamically than Jessica Paré's emblazoned Lanvin cocktail dress was her oversize Fred Leighton pendant necklace. And, the star completed the look with Christian Louboutin peep-toe heels.
Natalie Dormer paired her colorblock J. Mendel gown with Sophia Webster heels when she hit the red carpet.
Minnie Driver's Marchesa dress was all the sparkle she needed when she wore an embellished plunging gown to the Emmys.
Melissa McCarthy kept to a sophisticated palette when she donned all black Marchesa on the Emmys red carpet.
Michelle Monaghan gave Angelina Jolie's slit a run for its money when she showed off her gams in a long-sleeved Giambattista Valli Couture white gown and completed the look with Christian Louboutin heels, an M2Malletier clutch, and Irene Neuwirth jewels.
Octavia Spencer stuck to one of the popular colors of the night in red Tadashi Shoji, which she completed with Jimmy Choo heels, a Rauwolf clutch, and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Anna Gunn took a note from Kate Middleton and sparkled in Jenny Packham, which she finished with Irene Neuwirth jewels and an Edie Parker clutch.
Hayden Panettiere matched her maternity glow to a sparkling metallic Lorena Sarbu column gown and Fred Leighton jewelry, while she carried a Judith Leiber clutch.
Debra Messing added the perfect complement of Chopard diamonds to her geometric Angel Sanchez gown.
Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka looked adorable as ever in her tea-length Antonio Berardi cocktail dress.
Taylor Schilling made gold the new black when she arrived in a sexy Zuhair Murad design and Forevermark jewels.
Sarah Hyland brought the crop top to the Emmys in dynamic custom Christian Siriano separates, Jimmy Choo heels, and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Amanda Peet took a sweet approach to maternity dressing in her floral Giambattista Valli gown.
Perhaps paying homage to Sharon Stone, Lena Dunham took a romantic approach in Giambattista Valli's button-down and full tulle skirt.
Just because her Zac Posen dress was red didn't mean Heidi Klum blended in with the red carpet. The star chose Jimmy Choo heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Kristen Wiig could inspire any bride in her Vera Wang gown and Fred Leighton jewels.
Ariel Winter bared her midriff in her Black Halo Eve striped maxi skirt and drop top combo that she accessorized with Vita Fede jewelry and Ferragamo sandals.
Taryn Manning didn't need to pick up a statue to look like a winner in her gold gown, Suzanne Kalan jewels, and Jerome C. Rousseau heels.
Allison Janney chose a rich velvet gown for her walk down the Emmys carpet and onto the stage to pick up her statuette.
Was that Beyoncé? No, it was Amy Poehler in a fittingly glam silver Theia dress.
Uzo Aduba already knew she was a winner when she arrived and looked every bit the part in her red gown with a dramatic train.
Julianne Hough added sparkling diamonds to her minimalist white Dsquared2 column.