Ladies in red! Stars stun in scarlet on Emmys red carpet

The cream of Hollywood descended on the Emmys red carpet on Sunday night in their finest designer garb.

by hellofashion.com /


The cream of Hollywood descended on the Emmys red carpet on Sunday night in their finest designer garb.

The theme of the evening was red, with a host of stars sizzling in scarlet at the prestigious awards ceremony.

Leading the rouge brigade was Claire Danes, who wowed in a lace Givenchy gown. The dress was reminiscent of Kim Kardashian's wedding gown, also created by Givenchy's head designer Riccardo Tisci, with its triangle waist cutout panels.

 

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Claire Danes, Heidi Klum and Kaley Cuoco



Next up was Heidi Klum, who showed off her supermodel physique in a slinky, coral-hued Zac Posen dress. The Germany-born beauty attended the ceremony with the designer himself, and kept her fans updated with lots of pictures of the pair enjoying their night out together.

Kaley Cuoco, meanwhile, complemented her new pixie crop with a strapless tiered tulle Monique Lhuillier dress with pink embroidery. The Big Bang Theory star put on an affectionate display with her husband Ryan Sweeting, kissing and cuddling as they posed for the cameras.

Mad Men star January Jones was picture-perfect when she arrived on the red carpet in a voluminous Prabal Gurung dress that stopped just short of her ankles, showing off black strappy Christian Louboutin heels.

 

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January Jones



The actress matched her incredible gown with a bright red lip and a sleek updo.

January's co-star Christina Hendricks was also rocking the popular shade, putting her showstopping curves on display in a glamorous red satin Marchesa gown.

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