Julia Louis-Dreyfus brought goddess-like glamor to her last ever Emmy appearance for "Veep," which had its finale this past year. c/o Getty Images.
Billy Porter turned heads in an asymmetrical hat and Michael Kors crystal-encrusted suit. c/o Getty Images.
Laverne Cox brought the drama in a tulle Monsoori gown that proves that less isn't always more. Her clutch also stated the date that President Trump will seek to make anti-gay discrimination legal in the workplace—a subtle yet important call to activism. c/o Getty Images.
Gwendoline Christie channels a Medieval prophetess in Gucci. c/o Getty Images.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge glows in Monique Lhuillier, trading out her signature red lip for a soft nude. c/o Getty Images.
Jodie Comer slays (get it) in Tom Ford. c/o Getty Images.
Steven Canal walks the purple carpet in a sequin cape that has us believing in magic. c/o Getty Images.
Mandy Moore brings back the pink and red colorblock at the 2019 Emmys, slaying us all in the process. c/o Getty Images.
Indya Moore in a double-slit dress that they remarked wearing "is much easier" than existing as a trans person. c/o Getty Images.
We couldn't not bring up Zendaya in custom Vera Wang. c/o Getty Images.