IT was glamour in full force for the world’s biggest TV stars, as the Emmy Awards kicked off in style on Sunday afternoon.
Games of Thrones beauties Emilia Clarke and Sophie Turner dazzled on the red carpet, along with eye-popping looks from Mandy Moore and Jameela Jamil.
Stars flocked to the star-studded awards ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles last night and certainly brought their fashion A-game.
Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer looked ironically angelic, as she scooped up an award for her murderous character Villanelle.
The 26-year-old British actress walked away with the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series gong, and stunned in a white custom Tom Ford gown, paired with Roger Vivier shoes and Tiffany jewellery.
Emilia Clarke, 32, who was pipped to the post for the award, dazzled in a navy Valentino haute couture dress, which had a daring neckline that plunged to her waist.
Fellow Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, 23, who missed out on the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series award, looked radiant in a pale pink Louis Vuitton satin dress.
Zendaya, 23, turned heads in a emerald custom Vera Wang dress which featured a structured bodice and high slit satin skirt.
Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 34, walked away with her first Emmy for best lead actress in a comedy and for her writing of the comedy series.
The London-based actress and playwright looked impeccable as she picked up her awards, wearing a nude-coloured Monique Lhuillier gown with embellishments.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, 49, looked flawless in a hot pink gown which wrapped around her shoulders.
Keeping Up With the Kardashian sisters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian also dressed to impress at the event.
Model Kendall, 23, certainly ensured all eyes were on her in a striking floral Richard Quinn gown, which featured a black, high-neck top under the strapless bodice.
Meanwhile mum-of-four Kim, 38, oozed glamour in a tight-fitting black Vivienne Westwood full-length dress, which had a sweeping neckline.
The Good Place’s Kristen Bell, 39, was the picture of perfection in this colourful striped Dior gown that she showed off to full effect for photographers.
Isla Fisher, 43, supported Emmy-nominated husband Sacha Baron Cohen, and shimmered in a silver Zuhair Murad gown, which swept off her shoulders.
Julia Garner, 25, who won Outstanding Supporting Actress for Ozark, commanded attention in a striking purple Cong Tri dress that hit all the right notes.
Nicole Scherzinger, 41, wore an unusual white dress and trouser combination by Vivienne Westwood, but pulled it off in spectacular style.
Nominee Mandy Moore, 35, added a pop of colour to the red carpet wearing a off-the-shoulder hot pink and crimson dress, which featured a high leg slit on one side.
Actress Jameela Jamil, 33, was the belle of the ball in a light blue Monique Lhuillier ball gown, which she accessorised with David Webb jewellery.
Maisie Williams, 22, looked pretty in an asymmetric JW Anderson black dress and wore her hair in a chic bob.
Gwendoline Christie, 40, looked like she had walked off her Game of Thrones set, in a Gucci dress that looked reminiscent of the hit HBO series.
HBO co-star Lena Headey, 45, went for a floral dress tied at the front with a black bow that constrated to her fierce character Cersei Lannister.
Zoe Kazan, 36, didn’t play it safe, and donned a vibrant black dress by Gucci which had huge red puffed sleeves.
Emmy presenter Naomi Watts, 50, went for a black Dior Haute Couture gown which was simple yet totally effective.
Brittany Snow, 33, looked like a princess in a stunning, pale blue J.Mendel gown which had a full skirt.
The star wore the strapless dress with drop earrings and kept her auburn locks in loose curls.
Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow, 46, wound back the clock with a vintage Valentino gown from 1963 that had a white silk skirt, fringed sleeves and a black velvet and sheer top.
When They See Us actress Aunjanue Ellis, 50, ensured she stood out donning a striking purple gown with huge puffed sleeves.
Killing Eve star Sandra Oh, 48, opted for an off-the-shoulder pink dress by Zac Posen, and wore her hair in a chic up-knot.
Nominee Christina Applegate was gorgeous in grey, wearing a sensational, ruffled gret Vera Wang dress and Niwaka jewellery.
Singer Halsey, 24, went for a feathered look as she hit the red carpet ahead of performing at the event, and wore a prom-style feather Rami Kadi gown.
Amy Adams, 45, pulled back her red hair into a bun, and wore black Fendi Couture outfit which featured a collared neck and full sleeves.