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Emmy Awards 2019 Red Carpet Arrivals

Television’s biggest night was chalk-full of stand-out fashion moments. Your favorite stars of the small screen all brought out their Sunday best for the 71st Primetime Emmys.

Here is our collection of the truly fabulous looks that graced the purple carpet. “Euphoria” star Zendaya stunned audiences in an emerald fitted grown by Vera Wang, while Niecy Nash of“ When They See Us,” sparkled in a custom-made dress by Christian Siriano. 

As always, Billy Porter’s Emmys outfit didn’t disappoint. The “Pose” MC, who took home his first Emmy win for his leading role in the FX series, showed up in a glitzy pinstripe number from Michael Kors. But it wouldn’t be a Porter outfit without over-the-top accessories: The actor topped off his outfit with an extravagant black hat and tall platform heels. 

However, Gwendoline Christie gave Porter a run for his money this awards season. Christie, up for her supporting role in “Game of Thrones” showed up looking regal like a Roman Emperor. The actress, who wore a carnelian colored cape-like gown, pulled off her cosplay — at least, according to Twitter. 

Other stand-out red carpet looks came from Laverne Cox, who brought a rainbow-striped clutch in support of LGBTQ rights, Emilia Clarke, who wore a plunging Valentino jumpsuit, and Sandra Oh, who stunned in a classic baby-pink gown. 

Scroll down to see the hottest looks on the Emmy carpet:


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