Hammaconda won big, Tracy Morgan made a triumphant return, and Andy Samberg gave away a fully functional HBO NOW login. But I'm not here to talk about any of that. I'm here for the clothes. Here are the ladies who did it best on the 2015 Emmys red carpet.
Lady Gaga in Brandon MaxwellGetty Images
Fresh off of her tour of New York Fashion Week, Lady Gaga made her very first appearance at the Emmys thanks to her forthcoming role on "American Horror Story: Hotel." Also fresh off of NYFW? Gaga's dress which came straight from Brandon Maxwell's runway debut.
Kerry Washington in Marc JacobsGetty Images
Also hot off the NYFW catwalk was Kerry Washington's red carpet ensemble: a glittering silver Marc Jacobs dress.
Emma Roberts in Jenny PackhamGetty Images
With a soft cascade of platinum waves, Emma Roberts looked like a total Hollywood siren in this champagne colored Jenny Packham gown.
Taylor Schilling in Stella McCartneyGetty Images
"Orange Is The New Black" star Taylor Schilling brought one of the few pops of color to the red carpet with this yellow Stella McCartney dress.
Gina Rodriguez in Lorena SarbuGetty Images
This airy strapless gown is the perfect fit and style for America's sweetheart Gina Rodriguez.
Maisie WilliamsGetty Images
I recognize the furry shoes may be a polarizing look, but you've gotta give Maisie Williams props for bringing the YOUTH to the Emmys red carpet. Plus, who doesn't love a dress with pockets??
Kiernan Shipka in Christian Dior CoutureGetty Images
Another one that might rub people the wrong way, Kiernan Shipka dared to try the skirt-over-pants look. The colors are perfect complements to her skin and hair, and the pants are juuuust the right width and hem length. This is a no-brainer, IMHO.
Sarah Hyland in Zac PosenGetty Images
Finally, the Emmys red carpet equivalent to a mic drop: Sarah Hyland in Zac Posen. Not only does she just look straight-up excellent in this like it was sewn onto her in the car on the way over, she (or her stylist) took this look into their own hands. What do I mean? This dress was shown on the runway as a strapless number with a bit of a drape in the back, but this off-the-shoulder rendering of it is GENIUS.