The This Is Us matriarch gleamed in this black-and-bronze printed Rodarte. She finished off the sequined, plunging midi gown with drop earrings and a diamond bracelet, strappy black sandals, and loose wavy hair.
The Killing Eve star made Emmy history in 2018, becoming the first Asian woman to be nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (she had gotten five nods prior to this year, all for her supporting role on Grey’s Anatomy). She dressed for the historic occasion in this arresting red satin gown by Ralph & Russo, trimmed in geometric red beading at the plunging neckline, waist, and sleeves, leaving her neck bare. She topped off the look with loose curls.
I don’t think we’re in Hawkins anymore. Stranger Things’ Natalia Dyer brought golden glamour to the Emmys carpet in this beaded sheath by Dolce & Gabbana, accessorizing with a bare neck, simple earrings, white nails, and her hair in loose waves.
The SNL comedian — nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series — sparkled in this custom blush pink midi dress by Tanya Taylor. The empire-waisted, long-sleeved silk tulle gown was embellished by hand with 3,500 sequins. Bryant let the dress do the sparkling, leaving her neck bare, and bookended the look with loose curls and nude platform sandals.
The Insecure star (and Oustanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series nominee) looked magical in this Cinderella-does-menswear look by Vera Wang. The airy jumpsuit, which sparkled with 3,000 crystals sewn onto its plunging bodice, had a flowing train which opened at the front to reveal pants, the look of the night.
Gilmore Girls fans’ favorite boyfriend (yes, this is a #TeamJess corner) decided to switch up the usual tuxedo for a black-and-white affair.
Dakota Fanning gave off Grecian vibes in Dior couture. Along with the pleated, belted, skinny-strapped jade green gown, the actress wore her hair off her face and large green earrings and rings — but, like many of the stars on the carpet, nothing on her neck.
Audiences may be used to seeing the Saturday Night Live actress in her Hillary Clinton garb, but McKinnon really knows how to dress up. She closes a sleek Alexander Wang gown for her fifth Emmy nomination.
Heidi Klum brought vintage glam — and the immaculate tailoring of her fellow Project Runway alum Zac Posen — to the Emmy carpet in this gorgeously draped strapless satin sheath, accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
The Stranger Things kids are all pint-sized style stars, but Gaten Matarazzo stole the show at this year’s Emmys in this mustard velvet Dolce & Gabbana blazer, taking part in the major yellow trend on this year’s carpet. He paired it with a black bow tie but kept the look casual with a cool pair of Chuck Taylors.
Starry night indeed! The Westworld actress totally stunned the red carpet with her out-of-this-world Christian Siriano frock.
In case you were worried everyone was going to wear black, Regina King is here to set our visual palettes at ease with the help of this sleek Christian Siriano number.
Sure, this is just a black tux, but what a fine black tux it is. Bravo, Trevor.
Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe
This couple wins every red carpet they set foot on. At the 2018 Emmys, they were helped along by some killer accessories — namely, Brown’s shades and Bathe’s statement sleeve.
Proving that there is no age minimum to look super fly at the Emmys, Parker Bates (a.k.a. young Kevin on This Is Us) dared to wear velvet on an 80-degree day.
Ain’t no insecurity here, guys. Georges Chakra designed a velvet-meets-sheer number that was made for Yvonne.
The Silicon Valley star got in on the menswear trend that swept this year’s carpet, arriving at the Emmys in this dazzling look. She balanced the proportions of the oversized silver-sequined suit with a cobalt crop top underneath, silver sandals, and sleek short hair.
Brian Tyree Henry
The future of this jacket is so bright, the star of Atlanta had to wear shades.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake
Nominated for her performance in The Sinner, Jessica Biel arrived at the Emmys on the arm of husband Justin Timberlake. The duo looked positively bridal, with Biel in a white strapless gown by Ralph & Russo, accessorized with minimal jewelry and a white clutch. Timberlake looked sharp in a classic black tux by Tom Ford.
Walking the carpet on the arm of her boyfriend and Emmy co-host Colin Jost, Scarlett Johansson stunned in an off-the-shoulder white gown by Balmain. The dress had a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit, and the low cut in the back showed off a large rose tattoo. Johansson wore no jewels on her neck, but accessorized the look with drop earrings and her short blonde hair combed back.
Is this what a Russian spy living in America would wear? If she was dressing up as an Emmy-nominated celebrity who made it onto Entertainment Weekly‘s best dressed list, then sure.