This year's Emmy awards saw the A-listers turn out in force, stepping out on the red carpet in a serious of stunning designer frocks in what could be the most stylish turnout so far. Check out all the pics from this star studded event...
January Jones stole the show in this scarlett Praabul Gurung frock. We love the raised hem line and think those black heels finish the look perfectly.
Julia Roberts broke all the rules when it comes to red carpet dressing, and totally nailed it with this thigh-grazing Elie Saab dress.
Heidi Klum pulled out all the stops with this stunning Zac Posen dress. We love the drape-back detail and think those bouncy waves set off this look beautifully.
Michelle Dockery nailed the printed red carpet dress, opting for this Rosie Assoulin number. Top marks for that chic updo, too.
Kristen Wiig went for all out glamour, rocking an of-the-moment side split, and we think she totally nailed it.
Kate Mara looked effortlessly cool, stepping out in this stunning white, cut-out J Mendel frock.
Matthew McConaughey and wife Camila Alves pose together on the red carpet.
Kelly Osbourne rocked a two-tone lace look. We love the flash of purple hair, too.
Hayden Pannetiere proved pregnancy style can be super-glam, turning up in this metallic Lorena Sarbu number.
Sarah Hyland worked the crop top with winning results. Love the top knot, too.
Lena Dunham’s Giambattista Valli look was anything but subtle, and we applaud her efforts. Stepping out in a pink on pink, frou frou skirt complete with button up shirt takes some serious confidence, and we think she totally nailed it.
Cat Deeley really wowed in this dress. We love the beautiful v-neckline and ombre effect fabric.
Taylor Schilling went for metallics, and opted for this stunning Zuhair Murad creation.
Michelle Dockery kept her look classic and went for a centre part, low chignon.
Joanne Froggart looked elegant and glamorous in her grecian creation.
Camila Alves does demure in white lace fish tail gown.
Melissa Rauch looked cool in blue, choosing this figure-flattering gown.
Melissa McCarthy rocked top-to-toe black with winning results.
Amy Poehler worked one of the most popular trends of the night and went for this pewter Theia frock.
Kim Dickens went for subtle sophistication and rocked this black, sleeveless gown, finished with a waist-nipping belt.
Minday Kaling added a cool edge to her classic red frock with a subtle silver trim.
Aaron Paul and his wife worked a chic monochrome look for their red carpet appearance.
Laverne Cox went for all out glamour, and worked this white, cape detail dress.
Dascha Polanco of Orange Is The New Black looked nothing like her on-screen character, turning up in this super-glam princess dress.
Jessica Pare went for a chic black figure-hugging look that we are loving.
Octavia Spencer wowed with her red Tadasho Shoji frock, and those Jimmy Choo heels add extra style point to this super-glam look.
Allison Tolman had us green with envy with her one-shoulder creation.
Kiernan Shipka channeled the lady-like look perfectly, teaming her embellished A-line Antonio Berardi frock with some ankle strap sandals and a pretty updo.
Gwen Stefani never plays it safe when it comes to red carpet dressing, and this year’s Emmys look was no different as Gwen rocked a matching top and skirt outfit from Versace.
Jon Hamm & his wife Jennifer looked super glamorous posing on the red carpet at this year’s Emmys.
Natalie Dormer went for a colour block look, finishing with a big bouncy blow-dry for even more glamour.
Lena Dunham went all out for this year’s Emmys, stepping out in this eye-popping pink creating by Gimabattista Valli.
Minni Driver looked elegant and chic in this plunging red frock.
Lucy Liu looked beautiful in a grecian-style Zac Posen dress.
Christina Hendricks knows exactly what suits her shape, and dresses accordingly. And so she should – this Marchesa dress is all kinds of amazing.
Orange Is The New Black star opted for a touch of old school glamour, and worked a navy full-length frock, complete with sheer detail sleeves. Super-chic.
Ricky Gervais and wife Jane Fallon looked effortlessly cool during their red carpet appearance.
Desperate Housewives star looked anything but boring, stepping out in this figure-flattering emerald dress.
Sarah Silverman worked Marni for her red carpet appearance, and we think she totally nailed it.
Katherine Heigl went for 40’s glamour, stepping out in a nude satin creation.
Julianne Hough tapped into this seasons hottest trend, and opted for the minimal look with this white DSquared dress.
Kerry Washington also favoured the leg-flash, thigh split skirt, and we think she pulls it off perfectly with those pins.
Clare Danes looked incredible in her red Givenchy gown.
Allison Williams made the most of her red carpet appearance, opting for this super-volumous frock from Giambattista Valli Couture.
Anna Chlumsky went for all white and pulled it off perfectly.
Kaley Cuoco brought the fun with her frock. We love the crop ‘do, too.
Matt Bomer kept it classic, and rocked a chic black tux for his red carpet appearance.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo couldn’t look any cooler if they tried.
Behati Prinsloo proved black is anything but boring with this Prada look.
Viola Davis opted for electric blue, and we think it was a bold choice that totally paid off.
Kate Walsh went for a bold look, and worked this yellow Stephane Rolland Couture look.
Lily Cowles kept it classic with this elegant black frock.
Zooey Deschanel looked pretty in pink (fuchsia) and rocked a strapless Oscar De La Renta gown that we are loving.
Debra Messing nailed sohisticated sheer with this cut-out dress. Love the super-glam hair, too.
Lena Headley worked the LBD with winning results in this Rubin Singer gown.
Hally Berry looked stunning in this pastel pink floor sweeping gown.
Style Maven Louise Roe rocked a cool, leg-baring printed frock that we are loving.
Lizzy Caplan worked monochrome is the most glamorous way possible with this Donna Karan Atelier dress.
Looking anything like her Orange Is The New Black character, Uzo Abuda rocked a red bandeau frock by Christian Siriano.
Proving florals do have a place on the red carpet, Amanda Peet looked simply stunning in this floaty frock.
OITNB star Natasha Lyonne went for the dress style of the season – the midi, and opted for this navy lace style complete with peplum hem detail.
Taynne Manning went for gold, and we think she totally nailed it with this metallci frock.
Sofia Vergara looked glamorous as ever in her white corset creation.
OITNB star Laura Prepon looked incredible in this green one shoulder gown. We love the low bun look, too.
Alexandra Daddario worked a super-glam hair ‘do, finishing her look with a blush gown with black embroidered detail.
Michelle Monoghan gave us all a lesson is dressing in white, rocking this super-chic long sleeved look. The skirt split adds a touch of much-needed glamour, too.
Samira Wiley of OITNB went for a super bold look, opting for this yellow creation.
Julie Bowen went for a halter-neck style that we are loving. The print brings a fashion edge to this look, and the peekabo cut out at the neck adds a touch of glamour, too.
Giuliana Rancic totally won us over with this red Gustavo Cadile, strapless gown.