Emmy nominees and attendees didn't need a red carpet this year to still dress their best. The Emmy awards concluded last night after a successful semi-virtual event due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are our favorite looks from the highly anticipated night:


Pajamas - but make it fashion, as Rachel Brosnahan says. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star strutted in matching silky pajamas with her husband Jason Ralph.

Gabrielle Union got her bathrobe and shower cap on to show her support for Issa Rae, who was nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series.

The queen of all queens. Zendaya ditched the comfy and cozy look for a beautiful dress by Giorgio Armani. The Euphoria star just became the youngest actress ever to win Lead Actress in a Drama Series.

Tracee Ellis Ross made her own red carpet statement, and she pulled it off flawlessly. The Black-ish star looked amazing wearing a green-ish gold statement Alexandre Vauthier dress.

Billy Porter kills every red carpet look - so we're not surprised that he looked as elegant as ever at last night's Emmys. The Pose star went with a simple white gown - at last year's award show, he wore a black tuxedo gown.

We can always count on Jennifer Aniston to pull off the LBD - and that's exactly what she did last night. Some wore pajamas, some wore exquisite gowns - and some, like Aniston, went right in the middle with a simple Vintage Dior silk dress.

We love a designer gown moment in the household. Robin Thede came ready to stunt in this beautiful orange Christian Siriano dress. Thede is the creator of the comedy sketch show Black Lady Sketch Show, which was nominated for 3 Emmy's.

Although there were so many looks, these were our personal favorites. We congratulate all of the winners and nominees that were able to be a part of such a special Emmy night.

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