Every OMG Yasss Dress from This Year’s Emmys
We’ve got our popcorn, our martinis (’cause we fancy) and our E! Live from the Red Carpet. It’s Emmys time, baby. Join us as we bring you each and every stunning look that’s walking into the awards show. Keep refreshing—we’ll update throughout the night.
Additional reporting by Abby Hepworth
Issa Rae in Vera Wang
She has a hit HBO show (Insecure). She’s a new CoverGirl. And she’s at the Emmys wearing a dress Vera Wang personally made for her. Yeah, ultimate girl crush.
Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein
Could she be the youngest Emmy winner ever? She’s certainly one of the chicest nominees—at 13.
Sofia Vergara in Mark Zunino
Nominated for the eighth time, the Modern Family actress had the best red-carpet accessory: a fan...powered by her phone. Never change, Sof.
Mandy Moore in Carolina Herrera
Currently taking bets on how many times the This Is Us cast will make us cry tonight.
Kate McKinnon in Narciso Rodriguez
Just try to stop a woman who’s nominated for SNL and rocking a color-blocked column gown.
Ellie Kemper in Jenny Packham
Dear redheads: Be one with the navy.
Lea Michele in Elie Saab
A dress that just might make you watch The Mayor.
Jane Fonda in Brandon Maxwell
Taking a page from a pop superstar, the 79-year-old looks incredible in her custom dress by Brandon Maxwell (Lady Gaga’s costume designer) and high, long pony (which, frankly, could have been Gaga’s, too).
Jessica Biel in Ralph & Russo
Raise your hand if you’re thankful for The Sinner bringing back this red-carpet goddess and these chiffon-and-sequin sleeves.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Chanel
And then there’s this little haute-couture angel, who gets better and better with each red carpet.
Viola Davis in Zac Posen
Fact: Bright colors are this woman’s best friend
Claire Foy in Oscar de la Renta
We binged The Crown. Is it possible to binge this jumpsuit?
Chrissy Metz in Lela Rose
We want frilly lace sleeves, toooooo.
ELISABETH MOSS IN PRABAL GURUNG
Giving all Handmaid’s watchers a sigh of relief, Moss harkened back to her Mad Men days.
Leslie Jones in Christian Siriano
Nominated for SNL but best known for her extreme excitability. And we’re about to jump and clap and scream for this leg-baring, sheer-cutout number.
Gina Rodriguez in Naeem Khan
Two words: hot damn. (OK, three more: Who’s your trainer?)
Reese Witherspoon in Stella McCartney
Nothing like a blazer dress to make us downright squeal, Elle Woods-style.
Shailene Woodley in Ralph Lauren
A little bit disco, a little bit boho. And everything we think we’d want to wear to a three-hour-long awards show.
ZOË Kravitz in Dior
We’re usually talking about her stunning blond pixie…but now we’re talking about her striking natural pixie. The perfect complement to a feathery, pleated rainbow ball skirt.
Laura Dern in Proenza Schouler
And rounding off the Big Little Lies crew is (Emmy-winning!!) Renata Klein in all her feathered glory.
Keri Russell in J. Mendel
And how about that feather trend? The Americans star is leaning in with a slightly different, wispy take.
Priyanka Chopra in Balmain
Leave it to this red-carpet risk taker to bring up the feather trend’s rear with a train behind hers.
Rashida Jones in J. Mendel
Angie Tribeca traded her detective garb for a flowing lavender frock (and clear bifocals while presenting onstage).
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera
When you’ve taken home six consecutive Emmys, you’re basically a trophy yourself and you work it.
Jessica Lange in Gucci
We just wish we could hear Jessica Lange say, “Black velvet and gold beading.”
Robin Wright in Thierry Mugler
House of Cards. Wonder Woman. What can’t this gorgeous badass tackle?
Sarah Paulson in Carolina Herrera
Last year’s Outstanding Lead Actress winner said her fashion-forward dress walked down the NYFW runway on Monday, and we’re so glad it made it to L.A.
Gabrielle Union in Zuhair Murad
Sometimes a lady just needs her sheer skirt and capelet.
Michelle Pfeiffer in Oscar de la Renta
If there's one good thing Mother! did, it gave us the Pfeiff back. Praise Pfeiff.