The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Here are some of our favourite red carpet looks.
Tessa Thompson stunned in a bright, multicolored halter gown by Rosie Assoulin, Chris Sullivan represented in a dapper top hat, painted nails and purple bow tie while little Joe — Jeremy Maguire — from "Modern Family" vamped in a purple cape Sunday on the Emmys Awards red carpet.
On one of fashion's biggest glam nights, the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles kicked off with a chill in the air and its usual eclectic collection of color and cuts for all, including white tuxedoes and classic sparkly golds, whites and black.
Sullivan, known as Toby on NBC's "This is Us," said he decided on his headgear Saturday after spotting the hat in a shop and thinking: "This is happening." He also sported a cane with a fancy carved white tip at the handle.
Presenter Issa Rae went bold in sexy, revenge red, a goddess custom number by Vera Wang. It had bare shoulders and asymmetrical sleeves, a single ruffle down the back. Her HBO series, "Insecure," was snubbed by the Emmys. Yvonne Strahovski of "The Handmaid's Tale" also went with red, her gown a plunger she wore with a gold choker and her hair back in a slick bun.
Padma Lakshmi threw kisses and showed off a cropped 'do in a strapless number also in the purple family.
Presenter Rachel Bloom of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" purchased her lacy black Gucci gown, exclaiming: "I'm wearing Gucci. I never thought I'd wear Gucci." Her plans for after? Perhaps put the dress up for sale.
"It's hard to get places to lend me dresses because I'm not a size 0, but I can afford it so it's OK," she told E! Entertainment.
Naeem Kahn designed Laverne Cox's body-hugging gray gown with little ruffles on her narrow straps. She wore Lorraine Schwartz chandelier statement earrings, her hair down and slicked back with matching gray eye shadow.
In the green family was Samantha Bee in an emerald, long-sleeve custom look with panels along the front and a plunging neckline by Rubin Singer. It was, well, roomy. Mandy Moore, the matriarch on "This is Us," was well-tiered in a tulle ballgown from Carolina Herrera's Resort 2018 collection, alternating black and white below the waist.
Thompson, from "Westworld," worked the swingy, narrow pleats on her look of red, blue and green. The high-waisted gown had two rows of straps at the back. She wore a green tourmaline ring in a cobra design by John Hardy Jewelry.