The 2022 Emmys are almost here (September 12, to be exact)! And while we’re itching with anticipation to see what the nominees wear this year, we’ll just have to make do with scrolling through the looks of year’s past. Lucky for us, these 44 individuals completely knocked their red carpet appearances out of the park, from Disney princess dresses to chic and simple gowns. Here are some of the greatest Emmy looks of all time.
The 44 Greatest Emmys Red Carpet Looks of All Time
6. Oprah Winfrey, 1994
Proof that the sheer red carpet dress trend was cool way before Beyoncé tried it.
7. Courteney Cox In Debra Mcguire, 1995
The Friends star opted for a one-of-a-kind, custom-designed gown by Debra McGuire. Made of bias-cut charmeuse, it was the light periwinkle hue that really turned heads on the red carpet.
8. Demi Moore In Norma Norell, 1997
Moore attended the awards with her then hubby, Bruce Willis, and stole the show in this navy sequined gown, redefining minimalist chic. And her cropped coif was the perfect accessory.
12. Sarah Jessica Parker In Oscar De La Renta, 2000
This may have been the exact moment that SJP and Carrie Bradshaw ceased to be separate individuals and morphed into one epically chic fashion goddess.
33. Sophie Turner In Louis Vuitton, 2019
She paired this sleek column gown (which totally reminded us of Gwyneth Paltrow’s 1999 Academy Awards look) with a Louis Vuitton diamond necklace and rings and silver sandals.
35. Padma Lakshmi In Christian Siriano, 2019
Top Chef brought her fashion A-game to the 2019 Emmys in an icy blue Christian Siriano ensemble with a dramatic bow in the back and shining Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
36. Jonathan Van Ness In Couch Couture, 2020
There might not have been a red carpet last year, but Jonathan Van Ness managed to steal the show at the 72nd annual Emmy Awards.
37. Tracee Ellis Ross In Alexandre Vauthier, 2020
Although we missed out on seeing a star-studded red carpet at the Emmys in 2020, Ross went all out in a stunning gold dress. We'd say this ensemble deserves an award on its own.