Emmys' Fashion Winners

From Dana and Debra to Kyra and Glenn, the night’s best-dressed stars.
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Debra Messing

The Starter Wife star looked stunning in three of the night’s most prominent trends: vibrant red, bold earrings and a sexy, one-shouldered silhouette. Her Michael Kors gown was studded with Swarovski crystals; Lorraine Schwartz did the jewelry.
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Kate Walsh

Walsh, who’s entering her third season on Private Practice, looked cool on a hot day in ice-blue strapless J. Mendel, Christian Louboutin heels, and an Aldo purse she said was "30 bucks at any mall."
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Glenn Close

The Damages star, who won Best Actress/Drama, wore a black, form-fitting, off-the-shoulder Zac Posen gown with peek-a-boo back cutouts.
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Mary-Louise Parker

Weeds nominee Parker, one of the few who went short, rocked a purple, one-shouldered Zac Posen design.
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Mariska Hargitay

The Law & Order: SVU star shimmered in a silver Carolina Herrera creation with Fred Leighton jewels and Louboutin heels.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Louis-Dreyfus, star of The New Adventures of Old Christine, wore a strapless teal Vera Wang gown, Jimmy Choo shoes and Neil Lane jewels; she carried a Judith Leiber clutch.
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Jane Krakowski

The 30 Rock nominee wore a grey Versace with an open back.
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Christina Applegate

Applegate, nominated for her canceled series Samantha Who, selected a midnight blue Basil Soda gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
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Kyra Sedgwick

The star of The Closer wore a blush pink L’Wren Scott gown that showed a lot of leg. "Hopefully it’s only leg you’re seeing," she laughed during a red carpet interview.
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Shohreh Aghdashloo

Aghdashloo, who won Best Supporting Actress/Miniseries or Movie for her role in House of Saddam, sported a purple Lorena Sarbu gown, Stuart Weitzman shoes and Cartier jewels. She also wore a green wristband in support of Iran’s democratic Green Movement.
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Sandra Oh

The Grey’s Anatomy nominee shined in a gold lace Marchesa creation with gold rope belt and Jimmy Choo heels; she carried a Marchesa clutch.
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Sigourney Weaver

Nominated for Prayers for Bobby, Weaver sizzled in a one-shouldered David Meister gown.
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Vanessa Williams

Ugly Betty nominee Williams looked gorgeous in a teal Rafael Cennamo creation and chandelier earrings.
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Cherry Jones

Jones, who won for Best Supporting Actress/Drama for playing the President in 24, said in a pre-Emmy interview that "I went down to Neiman Marcus and got myself a dress and a pair of shoes; Harry Winston is letting me borrow a pair of earrings. I’m a tourist in Hollywood and I want the full ride."
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Dana Delany

Desperate Housewives star Delany wore a Basil Soda gown in one of fall’s trendy colors, purple, with Prada shoes and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
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Holly Hunter

Hunter, nominated for Saving Grace, glittered in a silver gown by Georges Hobeika and Martin Katz jewels; she stowed her essentials in a Judith Leiber clutch.
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Tina Fey

The 30 Rock star chose a Gucci gown with a plunging back accessorized with a bling-y brooch. NEXT: Check out These Celebs Know Style here
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First Published Mon, 2009-09-21 07:50

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