Taraji P. Henson is off the chain! Her angled bob, chain straps and bodice cut-out are Fifty Shades of Classy.
Whoa, this Game of Thrones star totally rules our Seven Kingdoms. Sophie Turner's electric blue strapless blouse and simple black slacks are a stunning combo with her red hair.
Speaking of the Stark family, Maisie Williams is just as fun and stylish as her on-screen sister in this pink quilted sheath dress that has the best accessory of all time -- pockets! Bonus: Marabou-topped strappy sandals.
Emmys host Andy Samberg's wife Joanna Newsom may be a talented harpist and vocalist, but her dress is a complete cacophany of accents gone wrong. The tepid pink tone and severe Frida Kahlo hairstyle are unflattering, yet they are the least of her problems. Can someone please explain that embroidery-hoop bodice and and car-wash fringe peekaboo skirt?
Orange Is the New Black's Laverne Cox just keeps getting better and better. This sleek, green gown with cut-out sides is sexy but elegant. She knows that nothing but a simple but loose hairstyle is all the accent she really needs.
Laura Prepon hasn't quite mastered the red carpet look yet. We're fans of her updo and bold gown color, but the embroidered bolero is just too overwrought and heavy.
Wow, Modern Family star Sarah Hyland's burgundy gown and tousled blonde locks is total va-va-va-voom glam with its low-cut back. She keeps the entire silhouette simple and only accents with a single bangle.
We love Tatiana Maslany's white pantsuit and sleek ponytail. Not only is it an elegant and clean look, but the plunging neckline gives it that feminine flair.
Although there's nothing really wrong with Amy Schumer's dress, there's definitely nothing right. After her bold past looks, we are completely bored and underwhelmed with this bridesmaid gown.
Heidi Klum can look good in anything, but that doesn't make this one-sleeved, chiffon Big Bird-meets-Showgirls dress right. Sorry, not buying it, Versace or not.
Taste the rainbow with Blindspot star Jaimie Alexander. This multi-colored sequined gown is old-school glam, but she keeps it fresh with her funky short bob.
How flattering is this shade on Elisabeth Moss, especially with her platinum dye job? That touch of black at the top and full, unembellished skirt are perfection.
Can we please be Gina Rodriguez? The Jane the Virgin star is both fun and stunning in this white strapless number with feathered skirt.
Kiernan Shipka had us going until we looked at her bottom half. The yellow illusion neckline and brocade party dress are at least youthful and fun. Although we're not opposed to some sort of legging, these heavy black ones look like what you'd wear to the gym when you can't be bothered to shave your legs.
We're already mourning the end of Downton Abbey, but star Joanne Froggatt is cheering us up. This blush, draped chiffon dress with criss-cross accents is both ethereal and romantic.
Mom star Allison Janney is totally owning this skin-tight twinkling gown with so many illusion panels that we're thinking she'll have an awkward tan line later. But it would be totally worth it.
These chain straps and deep blue/purple sequins are just way too dark and heavy for Claire Danes' slight frame and fun blonde bob. She looked uncomfortable.
In this Grecian taupe gown and with side-swept locks, Scream Queens star Emma Roberts is channeling Golden Era big-screen siren Veronica Lake.
The Honorable Woman star Maggie Gyllenhaal is a show-stopper in the black and amethyst number. We can't get over that bold color combo and gorgeous full skirt.
She alive, damn it! Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper carries off this multi-colored chevron-striped gown to perfection.
There's a lot going on with Jane Krakowski's look. Part of us likes the quirkiness of the origami-inspired, color-blocked dress that fits her personality, but something about the peplum fit is off.
American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson is the opposite of scary in this beautiful black and navy gown. She's on trend with the off-the-shoulder neckline.
Uh, can we sidle up to the bar and order some whiskey? If Tracee Ellis Ross wanted to bring back Saloon Chic, then mission accomplished. At least the coral color is flattering?
Lady Gaga's one-shoulder, assymetrically skirted dress is pure, flowing black glamour. Topped with minimal jewelry and adorable blonde bob, her look is one of our top red carpet looks.
Hello, sunshine! Taylor Schilling's bright yellow dress is a smash with its assymmetrical, shirred neckline, contrasted by that bold red lip. BUT, we just wish we liked the fit and hem better, which veers into frumpy territory.
We are green with envy looking at January Jones in the killer emerald pantsuit. The sweetheart neckline, starfish accent and subtly ruffled leg: We love it all.
Cat Deeley makes a case for maternity red carpet wear that isn't frumpy and overly drapey. This simple, spaghetti-strap gown gets oomph from its micro-beaded design and belly-hugging cut.
Sorry, we appreciate the concept, but the elaborate, busy beading on Christina Hendricks' dress is far too heavy and dark.
No surprise that Sofia Vergara looks this effortlessly good in a sexy metallic sheath.
What we love about Tina Fey is that she exudes such elegance in looks that are uniquely her. The white color-blocked bodice with pointed cap sleeves are nice touches on what would otherwise be a simple black dress.
Uh, is Anna Chlumsky's dress an elaborate infographic on which flowers dated other flowers? Fussy, messy and sad.
There's something gladitorial about this metallic dress, which is appropriate for Scandal star Kerry Washington. Plus: Amazing faux bob!
Dancing with the Stars judge Julianne Hough must have gotten the weather report early because this lingerie-inspired black gown probably kept her cool in Los Angeles' sweltering heat. We love the grecian hairdo.
Not to be outdone, Christine Marzano showed far more skin in this elaborately held-together dress. It's provocative, but hey, if you got it, flaunt it.
We very reluctantly give Lena Headey's Zuhair Murad gown a thumbs down. Although the halter top and sparkled skirt are gorgeous, the poofy skirt's fit does her post-baby body -- which is amazing -- a disservice.
Game of Thrones co-star Carice Van Houten has a banging body (just ask Jon Snow!) but you's never know it in this boxy dress.
Orange Is the New Black's Samira Wiley looks angelic in this partially caped fuchsia gown.
Judith Light's navy long-sleeved crop top over a pink and orange floral dress is just a layered mismatch. Nice try, but far too labored.
If this is 45, sign us up! Padma Lakshmi naturally kills it in this yellow-green metallic dress with a wrapped bodice.
Jessica Lange can do no wrong. The Oscar winner is confidence personified in this blue, off-the-shoulder gown with side-panel beading. Not so sure about those transition lenses, but we'll give her a pass because she's Jessica Freaking Lange.
Is that Felicity Huffman? We're loving her brunette upswept 'do and classic halter dress.
Yikes! Kathryn Hahn's crooked floral affair totally has us flustered. It's far too casual for such a big event, and the colors don't pop.
Trust Alan Cumming to school us in sartorial style. Menswear doesn't have to be boring with this slouchy and impeccably accessorized three-piece gray suit that's a tailored nod to Charlie Chaplin's Little Tramp.
Homeland and Gotham actress Morena Baccarin sexes up the red carpet with this lacy red see-through gown.
Christine Baranski in hot, hot, hot in this happy hot-pink sheath.
There's no wonder that The Last Man on Earth's Kristen Schaal looks so happy in this black and navy strapless gown with a full train.
Laura Carmichael may play the perpetually worried Lady Edith on Downton Abbey, but at the Emmys she was carefree and effortlessly elegant in this black floral number.
Kathy Bates never really seems comfortable with red carpet attire, and this droopy black number isn't helping. But we like her backswept hair!
Amy Poehler rocked a different look, and we're definitely fans of her tousled auburn locks, multiple bangles, drop earrings and black column halter dress. The waist cut-outs are subtle but sexy.
Edie Falco's pale pink dress adorned with tiny red flowers needs a bit more shape to be flattering.
Naomi Grossman's look is probably one of the most controversial of the night. The amorphous black and nude design gives the American Horror Story actress a slinky and creepy look, but we're digging the bold print and short hair and huge earrings. It's kind of elegant mob with a creepy twist.
It's the little things! That extra shoulder strap on Julie Bowen's LBD elevates the classic black gown into something fun and flirty.
Although we appreciate the great fit on Taryn Manning's backless, drapey back dress, the whole thing feels too Morticia Addams for our taste.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' one-shouldered black dress is pure elegance.
Uzo Aduba's hot pink dress with its criss-crossed halter neckline and that navy splatter accent is a head-turner.
Uh, we're not sure what's going on with Nazanin Boniandi's dress. White pops with her hair and skin tone but this half-illusion, half-strapless, half-batwing dress adds up to one big mess.
How adorable is Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein in this suit and tailored shirt? And we love the red clutch.
Orange Is the New Black's Natasha Lyonne kills it in this off-the-shoulder black dress with a long fringed hem.
Modern Family's Ariel Winter is gorgeous in the simple red dress with a little detail on the neckline.
The proportions are off for Dascha Polanco's yellow top and black chiffon skirt.