Last night, the 2016 Emmy Awards gave TV it’s moment to shine once more. It’s no secret that series are growing in popularity each year and with that the standard of shows keep rising.
This year, the TV show that raised the bar was Game of Thrones. The HBO hit walked away with a statue for Best Drama Series.
Plus, it won the categories Best Directing for a Drama Series and Best Writing for a Drama Series for the most memorable episode of season 6, ‘Battle of the Bastards‘.
Another favourite at the 2016 Emmy Awards was The People vs O.J. Simpson taking home 5 awards for the limited series categories – Best Writing, Best Supporting Actor, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Limited Series.
If you love to watch award shows for the fashion, you will not be disappointed. Celebs kept it colourful with long gowns in simple styles.
Here are our favourite looks from the 2016 Emmy Awards red carpet:
Yara Shahidi, from Black-ish, looked fashionable beyond her years in this button-up gown by Clara Rotescu complete with a shirt-style collar and sleeves.
Bad Moms star Kristen Bell stole the show in a floral Zuhair Murad creation with a plunging neckline. The dress did all the talking as she wore simple jewellery and wore her hair in loose, tousled waves.
Olivia Culpo kept it simple and sweet with this embellished dress by Zac Posen.
Kerry Washington showed off her baby bump in a Brandon Maxwell gown. Kerry is expecting her second child with husband Nnamdi Asomugha.
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Quantico star Priyanka Chopra wowed in red with a Jason Wu design and matching red lips.
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Taraji P. Henson opted for a bold colour and simple lines with this lovely pale yellow dress by Vera Wang.
Viola Davis was stunning in a bright pink Marchesa gown with lace detail along the plunging neckline.
The People vs O.J. Simpson actress Sarah Paulson, winner of Best Actress for a Limited Series, dazzled in an embellished creation by Prada.
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