10 Best Dressed Women In Emmy Awards 2018

10 Best Dressed Women In Emmy Awards 2018


Television’s brightest stars have arrived on the red carpet looking stunningly beautiful in designer dresses to celebrate Hollywood’s best at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards. With eye-catching ensembles such as elaborate form-fitting dresses and sensational voluminous gowns, here are the ten best dressed women in the Emmy Awards 2018:

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Angela Sarafyan

Channeling the ethereal cosmos upon arriving on the red carpet, Angela Sarafayan wore a ravishing Christian Siriano black crystal gown from its Fall 2018 collection.

Tracee Ellis Ross

Tracee Ellis Ross splendidly brought color on the red carpet as she wore a breathtaking fuchsia taffeta plisse Valentino Haute Couture creation.

Constance Wu

Continuously teeming the Hollywood industry with numerous sophisticated ensembles after starring in Crazy Rich Asians, Constance Wu wore a sparkling sequined dress by Jason Wu.

Jessica Biel

Gracing the red carpet like a bridal goddess was Jessica Biel who looked elegantly dreamy in a Ralph and Russo couture gown from its Fall 2018 collection.

Sarah Paulson

Sara Paulson dazzled on the carpet upon wearing an Oscar de la Renta black tulle gown embroidered with feather detailing from its Spring 2019 collection.


Zuri Hall

The Emmy-winning TV host surely knows how to strut the glamorous carpet as she wore an iridescent Fouad Sarkis Couture gown partnered with a Manolo Blahnik heels.

Penelope Cruz

Evoking the sophisticated energy of Chanel from one pose to another, Penelope Cruz caught the lenses of photographers wearing a white Chanel Haute Couture gown embellished with feathers and accessorized with Swarovski fine jewelry.

Keri Russell

Keri Russell made a case for feathers as she arrived at the Emmy Awards wearing a black Zuhair Murad Couture with intricate beading and feather embroidery from its Spring 2018 collection.

Joey King

Looking like a real-life princess at her Emmys debut night was no other than Joey King wearing a majestic burgundy tulle dress by Zac Posen.

Thandie Newton

Aside from bagging the Best Supporting Actress award, Thandie Newton was also a winner on the red carpet wearing a pink crepe-caped halter gown by Brandon Maxwell.

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