Just call them the ladies in red!
Mad Men stars January Jones and Christina Hendricks shined in the color of the night.
Claire Danes followed the trend. Danes stunned in a sheer lace Givenchy number.
Lindsay Miller, Senior Entertainment Editor at Popsugar.com gave the actress credit, telling INSIDE EDITION, “She really nailed it. She had a classic vibe with some updated accents like that jeweled neckline. It was just gorgeous.”
Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco Instagrammed a photo of herself chowing down on a burger and fries from McDonald’s, before hitting the red carpet in a bright red strapless number by Monique Lhuillier.
Heidi Klum hit the red carpet looking effortlessly chic in a gown by Zac Posen, getting some help with her dress’s train from Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
And Kerry Washington, star of Scandal, was a tangerine dream in Prada.
White was another big trend of the night.
Modern Family's Sofia Vergara was white hot in a strapless gown by Roberto Cavalli and Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi wore a Ralph Rucci dress.
Dancing with the Stars judge Julianne Hough wore a structured white strapless gown, with her brother, Derek, on her arm.
Orange Is the New Black star Taylor Schilling was simply stunning in a sequined gown, with a gorgeous ring to match.
INSIDE EDITION’s Deborah Norville asked Schilling, "Oh my Lord. How many carats is that?”
"I actually don’t know, but I know it's worth a lot," replied Schilling.
Halle Berry was the epitome of Hollywood glamour. The 48-year-old made a grand entrance showing lots of leg in a dusty pink gown by Elie Saab.
INSIDE EDITION's own Deborah Norville was a red carpet standout in a black lace dress by Ysa Makino. Her earrings are by Camilla Dietz Bergeron and her bracelet was by Cartier.
The must-have men's fashion accessory of the night? A cane.
Kevin Spacey sauntered down the red carpet carrying a cane. But it wasn't for style. He injured his hamstring playing tennis.
Some big names missed the mark.
Lena Dunham, star of HBO's Girls, wore a powder pink top with a voluminous tulle skirt. CBS’s Suzanne Marques was not impressed, saying, "Lena Dunham kind of resembled a cupcake.”
And the usually glamorous Julia Roberts? Not so much.
Miller commented, “Julia Roberts had a misstep going so short for the Emmys. It was a little bit, maybe too casual."
And, Katherine Heigl's frumpy frock was a fashion don't.
Marques commented, “She had kind of a matronly shaped gown. It was gold, it was a nice color, but if it was cut into any different shape, it might have flattered her youth more."