All eyes were on only on one lady in red this evening (even if she did come with an entourage of 20). Sofia Vergara simply stunned in Vera Wang.
Shosh in a custom Honor creation? Yes, please. Living for her in this watercolor gown with a black leather cleavage inset.
Kaley Cuoco in a wine-hued, corseted gown = perfection.
At 13 years old, Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka was hands down one of the chicest stars at the Emmys. Her colorful, floral, flared skirt and crew-neck top by Delpoza was amazing.
Aaaaaaaand Heidi Klum won the award for #everything tonight in this Versace "pomegranate" halter-neck dress.
Kate Mara always takes fashion risks and that's why we love her. Long sleeves + sheer panels + a super-high slit could have been a disaster, but Kate werked this look.
Some called it simple, I called it timeless. GIRLS star Allison Williams wowed in Ralph Lauren.
Scandal star Kerry was the epitome of Hollywood glamour in a Marchesa empire-waist gown with rose ribbon flowers.
Va-va-voom! The Emmys start when Christina Hendricks and her curves show up. She made Christian Siriano proud tonight. So proud.
This dress is the reason why we watch the Emmys. Julie Bowen, thank you for wearing this Marchesa creation. And now, please enjoy your carbs.
It just doesn't get much better than this kids. Malin Akerman just shut it down in a Marchesa fishtail gown.
The faux-bob might have been iffy, but Claire Danes' plunging-neckline Armani Prive dress was 100% gorge.
Michelle Dockery wore two-toned Prada for the evening and I loved every second of it.
Shine bright like a diamond! Julia Louis-Dreyfus lit up the carpet (and the small screen) in a Monique Lhuillier rose gold strapless column gown.
What we would give to wear this dress just for one night. Mad Men star Linda Cardellini paired her Donna Karan Atelier magenta, ruffled, silk crepe gown with Jimmy Choo heels, natch.