Complementing her docile and petite frame, Amanda Seyfried who won an award for her role in The Dropout, looked like a ‘mermaid’ in an Armani Privé gown studded with rhinestones.
Bling has no age restriction, proved veteran actor Sandra Oh. The Killing Eve actor rocked a sequinned purple pantsuit with a plunging neckline. She summed up her look with coordinated jewels in the same colour.
Quinta Brunson was dipped in bronze, with her copper-coloured Dolce & Gabbana number. She completed her look with sheer gloves and oodles of confidence.
Lily James dazzled on the red carpet. Her Versace number hugged her curves like a dream and she looked like a goddess.
Rosario Dawson made an elegant entry at Emmys this year, wearing a Christian Siriano number that had a stunning satin lower teamed with a delicate and oh-so-femine off-the-shoulder tulle corset top with polka dots. A sleek chain and nude make-up complemented her look.
In a sea of metallics, Zendaya chose to stand out, emitting some old Hollywood charm in a billowy black Valentino ballgown with a cute bow. Her sleek big hair, classy Bulgari jewels and pockets in the gown — everything was so loveable.
Crushing on cut-outs was actress Jasmin Savoy Brown who opted for an off-beat Christopher Kane dress. The Yellow jackets actor opted for gold accessories on her ears and hands.
Ozark star Julia Garner wore a full-sleeved Gucci number with heavy intricate embroidery on the shoulder and the lower section of the dress featuring an interesting diamond-shaped cut-out around her navel that showed off her taut abs.