Not only are this year's crop of Emmy nominees talented — they're stylish too! Ahead of the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 22, Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best recent fashion moments from the 2019 nominees, starting with Margaret Qualley! The brunette beauty, who's up for best supporting actress in a limited series or movie for her work on "Fosse/Verdon," donned this dreamy Gucci gown during the Venice Film Festival in August. The star selected this spaghetti-strap mauve design with ruffles, pleating and gold detailing for the "Seberg" screening red carpet, which makes us excited to see what she wears on TV's biggest night. Keep reading for more nominees' great recent style moments…
Gorgeous in green! Joey King selected this pair of lime green coordinates by Emilia Wickstead for the Performers Peer Group Celebration in August. The crop top and high-waisted, wide-legged pants combination was a far cry from the wardrobe she wore as Gypsy Rose Blanchard on Hulu's "The Act," a role that earned her a nomination for best lead actress in a limited series or movie.
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Nearly everything Michelle Williams wears is a fashion hit, and this simple silver Louis Vuitton minidress was no exception. The best lead actress in a limited series or movie Emmy nominee selected the sleeveless frock to wear to a screening of the film "After The Wedding" in August, pairing it perfectly with shiny metallic sandals. Will the "Fosse/Verdon" star wear Louis Vuitton to the Emmys?
Only one man could pull off this pale pink suit with a low-cut tee underneath plus sneakers — Mahershala Ali! The seriously stylish actor, who starred on the latest season of "True Detective," wore this unique combination to Ermenegildo Zegna's Milan fashion show in June. We can't wait to see what he wears to the Emmys, where he's up for best lead actor in a limited series or movie.
Patricia Clarkson looked like a supermodel as she strolled into a SAG-AFTRA event in June. The best supporting actress in a limited series or movie nominee for her work on HBO's "Sharp Objects" wore a stellar LBD with ruffled straps and a pair of killer red heels for maximum fashion impact.
While checking out some tennis during the U.S. Open in September, "Game of Thrones" star Maisie Williams stepped out in a lovely long-sleeved striped minidress. Always one to push the fashion envelope, the best supporting actress in a drama series nominee paired the sweet frock with combat boots to give it a little more edge.
Patricia Arquette is up for not one but two Primetime Emmys on Sept. 22. It's clear she wasn't taking any fashion hints from her character, Dee Dee Blanchard, on Hulu's "The Act" when she wore this standout frock to a WGA event in August. We loved the lacy sleeves and hem of the midi-length dress — and the way she added those cool bedazzled peep-toe pumps. She's up for best supporting actress in a limited series or movie for her portrayal of Dee Dee and is also in the running for best lead actress in a limited series or movie for her work in "Escape at Dannemora." (Fun fact: Patricia's competing against her "The Act" co-star Joey King in that category!)
Now this is a suit! For a "Pose" event in August, star Billy Porter — who's up for best lead actor in a drama series for his work on the show — rocked a pink, gold, purple and black printed suit that was anything but boring. He even added a hot pink dress shirt underneath and accessorized with sunglasses and statement loafers to up the fancy factor.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge might play a mess on "Fleabag," for which she earned a best lead actress in a comedy series nomination, but in real life, the performer (who's also nominated as a writer and producer) can really put an outfit together! Just take this gorgeous Galvan look that she wore to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in September, for example. From the plunging neckline with sheer paneling along the bodice of the jumpsuit to the way she paired it with metallic pointy-toe heels and a red lip, every inch of this ensemble was a serious fashion hit in our book!
Moira Rose would be so proud! For the Tony Awards in June, best lead actress in a comedy series nominee Catherine O'Hara rocked a black-and-white-striped confection that we swear we already saw on her character on "Schitt's Creek."
Sophie Turner showed how summer street style is done as she hit the streets of New York City in August. The best supporting actress in a drama series nominee (for her performance as Sansa Stark on "Game of Thrones") sported a cool gingham crop top, denim shorts and socks with slides while stepping out and making a statement in the heat.
Best lead actress in a drama series nominee Robin Wright epitomized casual, cool style on the red carpet at an FYC event for her show, "House of Cards," in June. The star rocked skinny jeans, a white tee and a blazer with heels for a relaxed yet perfectly glamorous look.
We adored the Proenza Schouler design that Mandy Moore wore to NBC's Emmy nominee cocktail party in August. The "This Is Us" star selected this gorgeous halter-style gown with black, white and brown paneling, pairing it with a cool cube handbag and pointy-toe black heels. We can't wait to see what the best lead actress in a drama series nominee wears on Emmy night!
Emilia Clarke is up for best lead actress in a drama series for her performance as Daenerys Targaryen on "Game of Thrones," but her style deserves a trophy too. She wore this sleek strapless black gown with a white suit jacket draped over top to an event for The MS Society in London in May. The real stars of her outfit? Those stunning shoes!
We love a bold suit color! "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown rocked this gorgeous teal design with a white dress shirt and navy suede shoes at NBC's Emmy nominee cocktail party in August.
Vera Farmiga completely transformed for her role in "When They See Us," and she picked up a best supporting actress in a limited series or movie nod for her efforts. In real life, the star is a great dresser, as this chic black-and-white Jeffrey Dodd design proves. She wore this collared, long-sleeved frock belted at the waist for a film premiere in June.
Lady in red! Marsha Stephanie Blake isn't afraid of a bold color statement, as evidenced by the cherry red minidress and heels she wore to the Television Academy's Performers Peer Group Celebration in August. We'll be curious to see if she opts for a bright shade at this year's Emmys, where she's up for best supporting actress in a limited series or movie for her performance in "When They See Us."
Though she's usually in '80s garb or a uniform when we see her on "GLOW," Betty Gilpin is actually a modern-day fashionista off screen. Case in point? She wore this phenomenal burnt orange silk pantsuit to a Season 3 screening of her hit show in August. Fashion critics will be eagerly awaiting her Primetime Emmys look, as she's nominated for best supporting actress in a comedy series this year.
Best lead actress in a comedy series nominee Rachel Brosnahan, who's up for her work on "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," donned this sparkly pink, yellow and black striped design by Rasario at the New York Women in Film and Television 20th Anniversary Designing Women Awards in June. The stylish star added a black headband and metallic heels to balance out her statement dress.
Looking impossibly chic in all black with just a touch of gold, "Russian Doll" star Natasha Lyonne arrived in style at the 2019 Women in Film Annual Gala in June. The best lead actress in a comedy series nominee sported a black dress shirt and slacks with a shimmering golden blazer over top and pointy-toe gold heels below.
Niecy Nash rocked a hot pink pantsuit at the Black Girls Rock! Awards in August. The actress, who's up for best lead actress in a limited series or movie for her work on Netflix's "When They See Us," looked pretty in pink in the sleek silky set that she accessorized with a matching clutch and dangling earrings.
The bell sleeves! The gold embellishments on the bodice! We loved the ethereal frock that "Killing Eve" star Jodie Comer wore to her show's Season 2 premiere in May. We hope the best lead actress in a drama series nominee's Giambattista Valli confection is a good indication of what we'll see on the red carpet on Sept. 22!
Laura Linney literally sparkled on the Tony Awards red carpet in June in this exquisite black Christian Siriano number that bared one shoulder. The star is up for a best lead actress in a drama series Emmy for her work on "Ozark."
Check out those pants! "When They See Us" actor Michael K. Williams, who earned an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in a limited series or movie for his riveting performance, showed off his impeccable fashion sense at a FYSEE event for the series in June. He sported pants with various prints with a stark white dress shirt and brown boots — a standout red carpet moment.
She might be nominated for best supporting actress in a drama series for her work on "Ozark" thanks to her phenomenal acting skills, but Julia Garner's sense of style is equally impressive. In August, the star attended the Telluride Film Festival in Colorado wearing a bold leopard-print turtleneck with black trousers and boots.
Asante Blackk might only be 17, but his style is on-point. The "When They See Us" actor, who could be taking home the best supporting actor in a limited series or movie Emmy on Sept. 22, rocked a sleek black suit and a fuchsia dress shirt at Netflix's FYSEE event for the series in June.
Margaret Qualley's delicate Miu Miu minidress stood out at the Miu Miu photocall during the 76th Venice Film Festival on Sept. 1. The best supporting actress in a limited series or movie nominee for her work on "Fosse/Verdon" donned this halter-style frock with dainty floral embroidery and paired it expertly with some metallic silver pointy-toe heels.
It's no surprise that Viola Davis picked up another best lead actress in a drama series Emmy nomination for her work on "How To Get Away with Murder." The talented star will be one to watch on the red carpet, especially if she picks something like this sleek red pantsuit that she wore to the Women in Film Annual Gala in June.
"Fleabag" star Phoebe Waller-Bridge looked divine in a dark green velvet suit at the press night afterparty following a performance of her "Fleabag" stage show in London in August. The best lead actress in a comedy series nominee wore a delicate black blouse underneath and added a red lip for maximum drama. We're eagerly anticipating what the British actress-writer wears on Emmy night.
Aunjanue Ellis certainly knows how to make a statement on the red carpet! Just take a look at the bold black-and-white coordinates she wore to the "When They See Us" FYC Event in August. From the high neck to the structured sleeves to the way she completed her ensemble with stark white boots, we're eager to see what this best lead actress in a limited series or movie nominee wears to this year's Emmys.
Ted Danson certainly looked sharp in the navy suit and white dress shirt he wore at NBC and Universal's Emmy nominees celebration in August. The star of "The Good Place" is up for best lead actor in a comedy series on Sept. 22.
It was not-so-mellow yellow for Anna Chlumsky at a "Veep" HBO and FYC event in August where the best supporting actress in a comedy series nominee rocked a monochromatic look comprised of a bold yellow tank and trousers.
You can never go wrong with a leather jacket! Best lead actress in a comedy series nominee Christina Applegate rocked a floral frock topped with a leather jacket at the "Dead To Me" #NETFLIXFYSEE For Your Consideration Event in Los Angeles in June.
"This Is Us" star Chris Sullivan has been known to have a few red carpet hiccups in his day, but he turned it around at NBC and Universal's Emmy nominees celebration in August. Just look at this sharp blue suit that the best supporting actor in a drama series nominee paired expertly with an orange dress shirt, a pocket square and brown dress shoes.