2018 Emmys Best-Dressed Guests

Throughout the year, we laughed, rejoiced, screamed, panicked, and cried, a lot, with our favorite television characters. The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday brought together sci-fi clones, secret agents, a fab five group of style experts, and more, under one roof. For television's biggest night, it’s only natural for stars to bring the glitz and glam to the red carpet. Here’s who made The Crimson’s Emmys best dressed guest list.

Tracee Ellis Ross

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross didn’t just go for a pink-ish dress. Leave it to Ross to bring the drama with a giant, poofy hot pink Valentino Haute Couture gown. While she didn’t take home the Emmy for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, she’s the winner for the night’s most memorable gown. With a slicked back bun and matching pink eyeshadow, Ross didn’t shy away from the electric pop of color. This year’s Emmy red carpet saw a lot of dark gowns, but way to think pink, Tracee.

Jessica Biel

They say you can’t have it all, but I think “Sinner” star Jessica Biel truly has it pretty close. Not only did she stun in a Ralph & Russo Couture white strapless gown, she had husband and singer Justin Timberlake in one hand and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie in the other. The combination of the ivory scallop design with the tiered shape of the gown made it an intricate yet elegant and effortless ensemble. Also, bonus points on her lip color choice. You can never go wrong with the pop of red against a clean palette of white.


Angela Sarafyan

When “Westworld” star Angela Sarafyan walked onto the red carpet, everyone’s jaw collectively dropped. Talk about a princess entrance. Completely covered in sparkling crystals, her Christian Siriano black embellished gown reminds me of the night sky filled with constellations. Keeping the hair and accessories simple with just a low ponytail and diamond earrings, Sarafyan makes sure all eyes stay focused on the star, quite literally, of her look.

Mandy Moore

Another black gown favorite goes to “This Is Us” actress Mandy Moore’s black and gold custom Rodarte number. While the dress is fairly simple, the plunge V-neckline and mermaid figure of the dress add sophisticated yet sultry touches. If the gold sequins weren’t enough, Harry Winston jewelry, including diamond drop earrings, added an additional glitz to this look.

Rachel Brosnahan

Rachel Brosnahan brought the red to the red carpet. The “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star and winner in the Lead Actress in a Comedy Series category didn’t just stop with the red Oscar de la Renta dress, but she also wore red Schutz heels and a red lip. I particularly love the softness of the delicate off-the-shoulder contrasted with the boldness of the color. Safe to say Brosnahan showed up to win.


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