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In honor of Thursday’s Emmy nominations announcement, we’ve rounded up the seven noms we’re excited to see hit the red carpet on Sept. 20.
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The actress, nominated for her role in House of Cards, killed it last year at the Emmys when she stepped out in the most form-fitting tuxedo jumpsuit, so we have no doubt she’ll continue to bring her fashion A-game in September.
Taraji P. Henson
Cookie and her fur coats slay on the small screen, but Henson’s style rules IRL. The Empire-nominated star is never afraid to try different looks, so we’ll be keeping an eye out for what she decides to wear to the award show.
Nominated for supporting actress in a drama series for Game of Thrones, Clarke is sure to stun on the Emmys carpet. How can we be sure? Well, her recent Rosie Assoulin look (left) at the Terminator: Genisys L.A. premiere left us head over heels.
It’s not often we see Kazan — nominated for her guest-starring role in the TV miniseries Olive Kitteridge — on the red carpet, but it’s such a treat when we do. Whether it’s a colorfully fun frock or a monochromatic silk two-piece gown, the actress knows how to steal the style spotlight.
Whenever Davis steps out on the carpet, she exudes pure elegance. The actress, nominated for her lead role in How to Get Away With Murder, is sure to stun, especially with power stylist Elizabeth Stewart by her side.
Banks — nominated for guest actress in a comedy series for Modern Family — always looks well-coordinated on the carpet, whether in a form-fitting Balmain frock (right) or an embellished long-sleeve Elie Saab Couture gown (center). With stylists Wendi and Nicole Ferreira dressing her for the occasion, we’re expecting the nominee to turn heads on Sept. 20.
It’s safe to say that no one is more outgoing than Katy Perry when it comes to fashion. Nominated for her Super Bowl halftime performance (she has already thanked left shark in case you’re wondering), the pop star is sure to surprise. Perhaps she’ll wear an over-the-top Moschino design by Jeremy Scott? After all, she is the current face of the Italian fashion house.
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