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Emmys 2018: Best-dressed and worst-dressed

Red carpet looks: Stay with us as we list the best and worst dressed at the 2018 Emmys.

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Tiffany Haddish in a custom Prabal Gurung gown that incorporates the colors of the Eritrean flag. Not only was it on-trend for the evening but it was one of our favorite looks.

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Yvonne Orji’s black velvet gown with piping bodice detail is from the Georges Chakra Fall/Winter 2017 Couture Collection earns her a spot on this year’s best-dressed list.

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Scarlett Johansson is on our best-dressed list.

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Rachel Brosnahan embodies Old Hollywood glamour -- and makes our best-dressed list -- with this one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta number.

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Elisabeth Moss is another actress that that evoked Old Hollywood glamour on this year’s gold carpet thanks to a custom black silk double georgette Vera Wanbg ensemble that included a strapless sweetheart corset and a pencil skirt with a leg-accentuating slit detail.

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Gaten Matarazzo’s amber velvet Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo jacket with brocade trousers -- and his lapel flair - make him a lock for our 2018 Emmy Awards best-dressed list.

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Caleb McLaughlin is a sartorial standout in a look from Louis Vuitton’s spring and summer 2019 men’s runway collection.

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Heidi Klum is on our best-dressed list.

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Issa Rae, in custom pale-blue silk V-neck Vera Wang jumpsuit, is on our best-dressed list.

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Trevor Noah is on our best-dressed list.

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Angela Sarafyan’s crystal-studded Christian Siriano gown was one of the top looks of the evening.

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Nina Kiri is on our best-dressed list. 

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Regina King is on our best-dressed list.

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Kristen Bell in a white fitted dress is on our best-dressed list.

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Hannah Zeile is on our best-dressed list.

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Megan Mullally is on our worst-dressed list.
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Savannah Guthrie is on our worst-dressed list.

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Samantha Bee was on our best-dressed list last year, but not this year. She made it to our worst-dressed list. 

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Michelle Wolf is on our worst-dressed list.

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Darren Criss on our worst-dressed list.

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Ellie Kemper is on our worst-dressed list.
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Amanda Crew is on our worst-dressed list.

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Samantha Elizabeth is on our worst dressed list.

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Alexis Bledel is on our worst-dressed-list. 

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Zuri Hall certainly is making a statement with her Emmys look, but this one is a bit much. Her gown looks as if she was wrapped up in someone’s ‘80s living-room drapes. That’s why she is on our worst-dressed list.

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We didn’t love Noah Schnapp’s logomania Emmys outfit for the 2018 Emmy Awards. Although he’s wearing the “it brand” of the moment, this look goes overboard with logos. It would have worked better with an understated tie. That’s why his look is on our worst-dressed list.

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Amanda Brugel is on our worst-dressed list. 

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Jenifer Lewis made a political statement on the Emmys red carpet to support Nike and its support of athlete Colin Kaepernick, but this look is best suited for an afternoon at Runyon Canyon or a fitness class, not a red carpet. That’s why the look is on our worst-dressed list.

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