The 2020 Emmy Awards may have been mostly virtual, but the fashion was impressive. Even without a red carpet, nominees, presenters, and performers dressed up from their homes to celebrate the best in television. We're talking couture gowns and straight-from-the-runway designs, as well as a few statement-making looks. It was unlike any awards show we've seen this season, and given everything going on in the world, some sense of sartorial normalcy was refreshing. From Zendaya (who, to no surprise, stole the show) to Jennifer Aniston, keep scrolling for the best dressed celebrities during the semi-virtual 2020 Emmys.
When it comes to fashion, Zendaya won the night. The Euphoria actress stunned in this silk taffeta dress by Christopher John Rogers with Bulgari jewelry and Louboutin heels.
Dressed so nice, she deserves to be recognized twice. During the ceremony, the actress changed into this custom Giorgio Armani Prive dress to accept the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.
The Little Fires Everywhere star sported a custom, black-and-gold sequined Oscar de la Renta dress that was made for celebrating. Be sure to click through to the last slide!
You can't go wrong with a classic little black dress, as demonstrated by this Little Fires Everywhere actress. LBD courtesy of Louis Vuitton.
"Pajamas but make it fashion," wrote The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress of her Emmy's look. The custom set from Christy Rilling was paired with embellished Roger Vivier slides.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Never one to disappoint on the red carpet, even in her own backyard, Ross was a vision in this gold Alexandre Vauthier dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, and vintage Tiffany & Co. jewelry. (Not pictured: her matching gold face mask.)
One word: WOW. The Watchman star was a (virtual) showstopper in this embellished, electric blue gown by Schiaparelli.
Nominated for her role in Unorthodox, Haas looked incredible in this Chanel dress with an embroidered bodice and floral skirt, which took 1,200 hours to create.
The musician, who performed during the ceremony, wore a custom fuchsia qipao-inspired dress and matching pant set by Vera Wang, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, and Sheryl Jones jewelry.
Never one to shy away from social justice, the Killing Eve star sported a custom bomber jacket by KORE that reads “Black Lives are Precious," the Korean translation of Black Lives Matter. It was embroidered with symbols that honor black culture and Oh's Korean heritage.
The Live From E! host was gorgeous in green, wearing an embellished Azzi & Osta number with a thigh-high slit and pink train.
Celebrating her first-ever nomination for her role in Insecure, Orji wore an Azzi & Osta red one-shoulder sequin gown featuring a thigh-high slit.
For a pre-recorded skit with Jimmy Kimmel, The Morning Show actress wore a simple black slip dress by Dior (one of her signature styles over the years) and chunky diamond necklace.
The Orange Is the New Black star wowed while hosting the Emmys pre-show in a one-shoulder magenta gown by Azzi & Osta.
For the Schitt's Creek's party, the award-winning actress went with a straight-off-the-runway Valentino pantsuit layered over a sexy mesh top.
There was never any doubt that Billy Porter would flex his fashion game for the 2020 Emmy Awards, red carpet or not, and this tailored white jacket overlaid with a dramatic, draped white sash didn't disappoint.
The Grown-ish actress was a vision in this custom Prada gown featuring black feathers on the bodice and a skirt of jewels that flowed all the way down to the floor.
Erivo, who most recently played Holly Gibney on the HBO show The Outsider, wore a fun, lime green and purple mini dress courtesy of Versace.
The Insecure actress celebrated the Emmys at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, wearing a papaya-colored dress by Sergio Hudson and Nike sneakers.
The "Ozark" actress, who won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series last night, went Gatsby-style glam for the ceremony, wearing a Chanel dress and stacked pearls.
The award-winning TV host was pretty in pink, wearing a shimmery, one-shoulder gown by Michael Costello.
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