These Are the Best Dressed Stars at the 2020 Emmy Awards
The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards are here, and like everything about 2020, it’s totally new territory for everyone involved. With an entirely virtual show underway, we aren’t watching our favorite celebs strutting down the Emmys red carpet, dressed to the nines. However, while presenters and nominees tune in from home, any preexisting Emmy fashion rules are being thrown out of the window, making for a one-of-a-kind night that we won’t soon forget.
Some celebs are sticking with their typical Emmy fashion choices: elegant, striking, and made for best-dressed Emmys lists like this. Others are opting for more casual at-home looks, with stars like Jameela Jamil even showing up in pajamas. Click through for the best 2020 Emmys fashion moments.
Nominated for her role in The Morning Show tonight, Jennifer Aniston showed up to the 2020 Emmys in a LBD for the ages. The actress sashayed onstage in the flirty gown, which she paired with a stunning necklace and pumps. Of course, Jen prepped for the Emmys red carpet in a cozy (albeit wrinkly) pajama set and face mask while sipping champagne, just like us. To top it off, her post-presenting look featured a glam pink robe (and a Friends reunion we’re swooning over.)
For her 2020 Emmy fashion look, Regina King decided to honor Breonna Taylor. The actress wore a black T-shirt with Taylor’s face on it (that you can buy, too), and paired the meaningful piece with a hot pink blazer and dress pants while tuning into the show from home.
King, nominated for her role in The Watchmen this year, showed UP in her second Emmys red carpet look of the night. We’re living for this cobalt blue Schiaparelli gown that’s decorated with broaches (grandma’s relics, but make it fashion?) And that leg action? King is absolutely killing the Emmy fashion tonight.
Billy Porter is the king of any red carpet he walks onto, but tonight for the virtual Emmys red carpet, the Pose star kept it simple. Porter wore an all-white ensemble, clearly unaffected by the “no white after Labor Day” rule. Although it was a bit more subdued than his typical Emmy fashion looks, Billy Porter’s Emmys 2020 outfit was still theatrical and polished—just like the star himself.