PICS | Tracee Ellis Ross, Zendaya, Regina King Zoom in to steal the show at 2020 virtual Emmy Awards

Regina King in Schiaparelli for the 2020 Emmys. Photographed by James Anthony. (Image via Instagram)
Regina King in Schiaparelli for the 2020 Emmys. Photographed by James Anthony. (Image via Instagram)
  • The 2020 virtual Emmy Awards attendees and nominees were encouraged to “come as you are, but make an effort", and a handful far exceeded our expectations.
  • Instead of luxe PJ's, A-listers took to their backyards and balconies in red carpet couture.
  • Here, we look at the best-dressed stars of the virtual ceremony, including Zendaya, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Shira Haas. 

In no particular order, these were the most memorable 'red carpet' looks from this year's Emmys:

Tracee Ellis Ross 

Styled by Karla Welch in Alexandre Vauthier with a mask to match.

Shira Hass

In a Chanel Haute Couture gown that took almost 1 200 hours of labour to create.

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Image screenshot from Vogue. Captured by Yaniv Edry. 

Regina King

Ready to accept her Emmy in a blue Schiaparelli gown we'll never forget.

Reese Witherspoon

In a Louis Vuitton LBD. 


Styled by the inimitable Law roach in CFDA Award-wining designer, Christopher John Rogers.

READ MORE: Telfar, Pyer Moss, Christopher John Rogers claim CFDA Awards - a win for the black fashion community 

Zendaya accepted her award in custom Armani Prive. 

Kerry Washington

Also styled by Law Roach. In Oscar de la Renta for her first look...

... and then she dazzled in Dolce & Gabbana for her second appearance. 

Yara Shahidi 

In a custom Prada gown. 

Cynthia Erivo

Styled by Jason Bolden in a vibrant Versace mini. 

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