The 75th annual Emmy Awards have arrived—and with it, many fashion moments that'll make you say with the utmost enthusiasm, "Oh, she looks fabulous!" Laverne Cox kicked off the evening in a vintage 1989 Thierry Mugler fish-inspired gown from her own archival collection (talk about a flex). Issa Rae was a particularly bright spot on the 2024 Emmys red carpet—literally: Marie Claire's November cover star gleamed in a crystal-embellished and feathered Pamella Rolland gown. Then there was Sarah Snook, who's nominated for her phenomenal work in Succession, in a sweeping, cherry red Viviene Westwood ball gown.
Tonight's honorees include the year’s top series, such as Succession, The Crown, The Last of Us, The White Lotus, The Bear, and Yellowjackets. This year's ceremony was delayed by nearly four months due to the actors' strike, which, in tandem with the concurrent writers' strike, brought the industry to a standstill for months. But now that the unions and executives have reached equitable agreements, Hollywood is back in action—which means all the awards shows we love oh so much are back on the schedule.
Ahead, our roundup of every red carpet look from the 2024 Emmys. Whose was your favorite?
Taraji P. Henson in custom Atelier Versace
Juliette Lewis in Moschino
Kathryn Hahn in Dior Haute Couture
Amy Poehler in Roland Mouret
Christina Ricci in Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello
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