The statues were handed out at last night’s 2019 Emmy Awards.
But who swept the red carpet?
A lot of stars! Nominees, presenters and winners alike looked fabulous, with some of fashion's biggest winners ranging from the deep plunge, to the classic black gown, to burst of colors whether on bright pink and red dresses or head-turning prints.
Sure they can act, but can they sashay? These are some of the hottest looks from the Emmys purple carpet.
Moore didn't go home with a statue, but nothing feels bad when you look this good. The "This Is Us" actress showing up in an off-the-shoulder dress by designer Brandon Maxwell. She said of her classic look, "I feel like myself and I feel confident. And that's what I wanted: to just feel like me, but elevated."
The "Euphoria" actress had people talking this year with her role on the controversial Drake-produced show. In case you can't unsee the jaw-dropping teen issues that "Euphoria" explored, Zendaya changed the convo with her sheer deep-green corset gown from Vera Wang and matching Brian Atwood pumps.
Emilia Clarke said her Emmys dress was inspired by Jennifer Lopez. The influence is clear: one could easily imagine Lopez in this plunging navy Valentino gown. J.Lo herself stamped the piece, posting an Instagram video of Clarke shouting her out with the caption, "When the Mother of Dragons meets #Ramona.🔥 #dead#HustlersMovie I love u @emilia_clarke💙 #daenerys."
Kim Kardashian West
Kim may have made the crowd laugh with an unintentional joke, but she had the last laugh in this black form-fitting Vivienne Westwood dress, accessorized with some serious diamond necklace bling, and enhanced with a butt bustle, a pad of gathered fabric that expands the back of a dress and was popular in 19th century France.
Not one to be outdone by her half sis and co-presenter, Jenner showed up making a statement of her own, wearing a latex turtleneck and red-and-black floral dress that showed off her slender frame to the knees then flared out for dramatic effect.
The "Veep" star was honored at last night's show with a standing ovation farewell to the show, which wrapped up its final season in May. Even though Louis-Dreyfus didn't walk away with an award last night -- edged out of by "Fleabag" star Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Leading Actress in a Comedy -- the eight-time Emmy winner arrived wearing a fit worthy of her record, a gold and lamé dress by Oscar de la Renta.
Zeta-Jones and her husband Michael Douglas had a glam award show date night that most couples can only dream of when they hit the movies. But a movie date's no reason not to dress up, and the 2019 Emmys definitely aren't either. The 49-year-old actress showed up in a magenta pink drape gown from designer Georges Hobeika's Fall 2019 Couture collection.
The "Sharper Objects" star rocked a sheer Fendi Couture dress worthy of her macabre HBO mystery thriller. But there was nothing dreary about this look, rounded out with some Jimmy Choos, Norman Silverman bling and a Fendi clutch.
The "Game of Thrones" star is a known fashionista and staple at Fashion Week. Her outfit was, according to her, "the perfect custom red carpet dress." Emphasis on custom. The design was a collaboration between Williams, her photographer and fashion designer boyfriend Reuben Selby, and dress designer Jonathan Anderson.
Sansa's all grown up. Turner showed up ready to take the throne in a pink, sleeveless Louis Vutton gown, silver sandals and a bold metallic necklace.
Not only was Jameela Jamil on point in her powder blue Monique Lhuillier gown, but she was rocking one of the most baller accessories on the purple carpet: string cheese, a neutral little snack following the gastritis she was battling with the day before the awards.