Elle Fanning’s dress was designed by Sharon Long, her costume designer on “The Great.”
Fanning, who is nominated for her performance in “The Great,” arrived at the Emmy Awards in a black-and-pink gown that was custom-made for her by Long.
The strapless dress had pink ruffles on the upper bodice and a form-fitting black skirt. A train spilled out from her hips, exposing an underlayer of pink fabric.
Sheryl Lee Ralph stunned in a strapless black dress.
Ralph’s Brandon Blackwood gown had a thigh-high slit that flowed into a full skirt.
The underlayer of the gown was red, and the slit showed off the fun pop of color. Ralph, who is nominated for her role in “Abbot Elementary,” wore black heels with the gown.
Colman Domingo wore a shiny suit.
The metallic suit had a subtle pattern embroidered into it.
Domingo paired the ensemble with a sheer brown top and embellished shoes.
Zuri Hall’s gown had a fun texture and a cape.
Hall’s off-the-shoulder dress had a sheath-style silhouette, and it was covered in a geometric pattern.
The sleeves flowed into a feathered cape that felt timeless and chic.
Megan Stalter’s red dress was almost entirely sheer.
Stalter’s dress was made of sheer, red lace arranged in a floral pattern.
The dress exposed red underwear, and Stalter kept the look the same color with her purse and shoes.
Laverne Cox looked chic in a minidress that played with dimensions.
Cox, who was hosting the E! red-carpet show, wore a Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture dress designed by Olivier Rousteing.
The black dress had vertical white stripes and fabric poking out on her breasts and hips that gave it a modern, effervescent feel.
Black tights, pointed-toe shoes, and Cicada jewelry completed the look.
Zendaya’s strapless Valentino gown was gorgeous.
The low-cut, strapless gown had a form-fitting bodice with a subtle peplum at the waist.
At Zendaya’s waist, the gown cut into a full skirt with a train.
The star paired Bulgari jewelry with the timeless gown.
Britt Lower’s sparkly dress came with matching gloves.
Lower’s form-fitting dress was covered in geometric sparkles that seemed almost 1920s-inspired.
The gown’s scoop neck and spaghetti straps gave way to cutouts on the bodice and a flowing skirt. Matching gloves completed the ensemble.
Mark Indelicato put a modern spin on a tuxedo with tails.
Indelicato’s ensemble had the classic trimmings of a three-piece tuxedo: a black jacket, black pants, a white vest, and a white bow tie.
But rather than the tails stopping mid-leg, Indelicato’s tails flowed to the floor like the dress of a train.
Indelicato paired the look with platform shoes, a purse, and his red hair curled in the front.
Tyler James Williams rocked flared pants.
Williams’ tuxedo consisted of a cropped jacket with blue and black stripes, a white shirt and black bow tie, and black, flared pants.
The look was a fun twist on a more traditional tuxedo.
Lily James chose a shiny look from Versace for the Emmy Awards.
James, who is nominated for “Pam & Tommy,” wore a neutral-toned gown with a form-fitting bodice accented by a double-layered neckline.
The gown ruched at the waist and flowed down asymmetrically, looking almost liquid-like.
Sammi Hanratty’s lime-green ball gown had a plunging neckline.
The halter-style gown flowed into a plunging neckline before belting at the waist.
The gown had a full skirt, and Hanratty’s subtle beehive made the look feel vintage.
Hannah Waddingham looked pretty in pink in Dolce & Gabbana.
The “Ted Lasso” star stunned in her blush ball gown.
The corset bodice had sparkly embellishments, while the full skirt was made entirely of tulle.
Waddingham didn’t wear heels with the gown because she knew the skirt would cover her feet, as she told Laverne Cox on the red carpet.
RuPaul’s animal-print suit looked chic.
The star’s cheetah-print suit had a maroon trim, which matched his shirt and shoes.
He tied the ensemble together with sunglasses.
Nicholas Braun wore an all-white Christian Dior ensemble.
Braun’s white jacket had a side button and a sparkly embellishment at the neckline, putting a modern spin on the look.
He paired the monochrome outfit with black shoes.
Kerry Washington’s minidress had a dramatic train.
The strapless, white gown had an oversized flower on the bodice and floral detailing on the thigh-high hem.
A statement train was attached to the back, leaving Washington’s black tights exposed.
Quinta Brunson’s custom Dolce & Gabbana gown had a daring slit.
The three-time “Abbot Elementary” nominee arrived in an off-the-shoulder gown.
The bodice of the dress was made of a hard, metallic fabric, offsetting the silk skirt that flowed into a train.
A thigh-high slit broke up the dress, giving it a sexy edge. Brunson wore Jared Lehr jewelry with the look, which was styled by Bryon Javar.
Andrew Garfield also wore an all-white look on the red carpet.
Garfield’s suit was actually off-white, which became more visible since he paired the suit with a crisp white shirt.
Black shoes and sunglasses gave Garfield’s look a chic feel.
Lauren Miller Rogen wore a semi-sheer dress, while Seth Rogen jumped on the all-white trend.
Lauren’s silver dress had a form-fitting underlayer, while the long-sleeve, high-neck overlayer was completely sheer.
The sheer fabric featured circular embellishments.
Seth opted for a white tuxedo, which included a jacket with tails and a white bow tie. He added black shoes to the ensemble.
Toheeb Jimoh’s jacket had a high-fashion side tie.
Jimoh’s robin-egg blue suit featured a jacket and pants, but rather than a button, his jacket was tied at the side with an oversized knot.
A black shirt and black shoes complemented the statement suit.
Christina Ricci’s scoop-neck dress was sparkly from head to toe.
The jewel-toned Fendi dress had a form-fitting silhouette.
The fabric was completely made of sparkles that shined as Ricci moved down the red carpet.
Rosario Dawson’s dress had a sheer bodice and a ruffled trim.
The strapless gown’s sheer, corset-style bodice ended in a point, and a ruffle extended out from the top and flowed into Dawson’s sleeves.
A silky skirt allowed the intricate top to shine.
Reese Witherspoon rocked a form-fitting blue dress.
The strapless Giorgio Armani gown was covered in sparkly embellishments, and it ended just above Witherspoon’s ankles.
A Tiffany & Co. choker completed the look.
Alexandra Daddario’s Dior dress was almost entirely see-through.
The neutral dress had a one-shoulder sleeve, cinched at the waist, and cut into a flowy skirt.
The shape was simple, but the dress was made of sheer, embellished fabric that left little to the imagination. It was one of the most daring looks of the night.
Sarah Paulson’s custom Louis Vuitton two-piece was one of the boldest looks of the night.
The ensemble featured a crop top with modern, rounded sleeves, and a skirt.
The skirt had a peplum at the hips, and a sparkly belt on the waist. The belt matched a choker Paulson wore with the look.
Keeley Hawes’ pink dress had a classic look.
The tea-length dress’ skirt was made entirely of tulle, while the form-fitting bodice was accented by delicate bows in the center.
A plunging neckline offset the gown’s gauzy, see-through sleeves.
Sarah Niles’ gold gown was full of texture.
Niles’ glittering dress had one shoulder and a subtle train.
But the standout feature of the gown was the ruching, which created three-dimensional swirls along the bodice.
Rachel Brosnahan stood out in a purple dress embellished with flowers.
The neckline of the form-fitting dress dipped all the way to Brosnahan’s waist. Stripes of applique flowers made of tulle decorated the dress from head to toe.
Alexandra Mandelkorn styled Brosnahan for the Emmys.
Amanda Seyfried’s Armani Privé gown seemed to be inspired by mermaid imagery.
The sparkly pink gown hugged Seyfried’s figure, and it was covered with a layer of pink netting.
The netting formed a statement neckline that pushed outward from the dress, almost like a seashell.
Melanie Lynskey’s custom Christian Siriano gown was fun and frilly thanks to its full skirt.
Lynskey’s off-the-shoulder dress combined a bold green hue with delicate tulle fabric.
The A-line gown was covered in tulle on the bodice, which flowed into sleeves, and the bottom half of the skirt was made up of layer upon layer of tulle.
Chrissy Teigen popped in bright colors, while Legend wore a textured, cream suit.
A mosaic pattern of pinks made up Teigen’s long-sleeve gown, which she paired with a pink purse.
Legend’s suit had a tufted pattern. An oversized, black bow tie and black shoes tied it all together.
Sandra Oh stood out in a unique Rodarte jumpsuit covered almost entirely in purple sequins.
The only piece of the garment made from a different material was its top, which was crafted from loosely-draped purple satin.
Oh also added a sequin-covered blazer to her look, but carried it over her shoulders instead of wearing it.
Kaley Cuoco donned a frilly dress made from layers of pink tulle.
The bodice of the actor’s sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana gown was decorated with tulle flowers. The top also had a V-shaped neckline, while its skirt featured a high-low design.
She accessorized with silver sandals, matching earrings, and an updo hairstyle.