You've binge-watched these characters all season long and can't stop talking about how that finale really caught everyone off-guard, but now it's time to see how your favorite television shows hold up against the best of the best at the 70th annual EMMY Awards on September 17.
Check out the best fashion from the EMMY's over the years and help us predict the 2018 Red Carpet trends!
Donald Glover in Gucci
For men in Hollywood, it is easy to fall into the trap of a black & white tuxedo before calling it a night. Last year, Glover chose a vibrant purple Gucci tux to make sure he stood out on the Red Carpet. We can't wait to see what he'll wear this year.
Jennifer Aniston in Chanel
Jen Aniston rocked the 2004 EMMY's red carpet in a floor-length, strapless Chanel gown with simple, yet elegant gold beading fit for a Grecian goddess!
Zoe Kravitz in Dior Haute Couture
2017 marked a big year for "Big Little Lies" at the EMMY's, which meant the cast had to bring out their best threads. The colorful feathered skirt on this dress was the perfect amount of edge and style for the ultimate cool girl!
Sarah Hyland in Christian Siriano
Choosing a two-piece for a Red Carpet event is a BOLD move, but when it looks as elegant and put-together as it does on Sarah Hyland, we can't help but consider this look one of the best.
Issa Rae in Vera Wang
She may be the writer and star of the hit Insecure, but wearing Vera Wang, Issa Rae looks nothing but confident! The subtle shoulder ruffle adds a nice detail to a simple and elegant red dress without going too far!
Tituss Burgess in Custom J. Meuser
Just like his character in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Tituss Burgess needed to make a statement on the Red Carpet. We love this shiny gold suit jacket which is the perfect shade to match the EMMY for Supporting Actor, Comedy this year!
Emmy Rossum in Wes Gordon
When it comes to glitter & glam, sometimes less is more, and Emmy Rossum at the 2016 EMMY's is proof! Her simple white gown accented by the plunging neckline and leg slit is both classic and edgy.
Evan Rachel Wood in Moschino
Daring to hit the Red Carpet in a white suit was a bold move for Evan Rachel Wood compared to the usual get-up her Westworld character Dolores wears. This Moschino suit is reminiscent of a gown, but with the risk and edge that we don't always see at the EMMY's!
Gina Rodriguez in Naeem Khan
The intricate beading and detail on Gina Rodriguez's gown were awe-inspiring. While this dress drew a lot of attention on the Red Carpet, it was for all the right reasons! The long sleeves and plunging neckline add a sophisticated and fun touch to the classic red dress!
Who do you predict to be the best dressed at the 70th Emmy Awards? Tune in on September 17, 2018 to see all the winners, nominees and the fun fashion!
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