Julia Louis-Dreyfus arrives at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stunned in classic Hollywood gold, Zendaya donned an emerald silk gown with a provocative corset top and Kerry Washington went for sparkly black tuxedo pants on the Emmy Awards' purple carpet, where pink-and-red combination looks and glittery chokers were plentiful.
"The biggest trend of the night was red and pink dresses," said Andrea Lavinthal, People's style and beauty director.
"Mandy Moore's custom Brandon Maxwell led the pack. Her voluminous hair and dazzling diamond earrings added to the glamorous effect."
MJ Rodriguez had a ball in a magenta gown and Jodie Comer of "Killing Eve" wore sleek white, while Gwendoline Christie took her "Game of Thrones" mantle to the extreme in a medieval red cape and lion head metal medallions from Gucci Cruise 2020.
Sandra Oh went for pink, posing with her hair in high curls, dressed in an off-shoulder gown.
Louis-Dreyfus finished off her look with long statement floral earrings, while Washington opted for high-waisted trousers and a ruffle tuxedo blouse with the collar popped and a few buttons adventurously undone.
Michelle Williams, a brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton, wore a custom embroidered gown from the brand.
Kendall Jenner, who presented on stage with sister Kim Kardashian West, had the internet talking about her Richard Quinn dress and "how she managed to wear Latex without breaking a sweat in the heat," Lavinthal said.
Kendall Jenner at the Emmys in LA Sep. 22, 2019. pic.twitter.com/RFzMFnjcva— kendallnicole.style (@KendallNStyle) September 23, 2019
Billy Porter, meanwhile, made his typical carpet statement in a lopsided cowboy hat - one side was huge and the other not. His suit was in sparkling silver and black stripes was from Michael Kors.
Comer, who plays the assassin Villanelle, enjoyed the best of two fashion worlds. Her gown was both a halter, with a plunging neckline and high-waist tie belt, and long-sleeve with a jacket effect that skimmed the ground, courtesy of Tom Ford.
Zendaya's custom, one-shoulder asymmetric gown with a dramatic slit was Vera Wang Collection.
As for the guys, Chris Sullivan didn't disappoint in a plaid tuxedo with wide white lapels.
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