Alongside a bizarre Sean Spicer appearance, and an amazing Chance the Rapper performance, last night's Emmys saw some of the best shows on TV receive recognition for making our weekdays a little less boring.

Donald Glover became the first black director to win an Emmy in comedy, Master of None's Lena Waithe became the first black woman to win an Emmy for comedy writing, Nicole Kidman delivered an impassioned speech about domestic violence, and The Handmaid's Tale won big.

But as with any red carpet event, most people tuned in for the fashion, and luckily the stars didn't disappoint. Amid the regular all-black tuxes, there were plenty of flamboyant alternatives to admire, while the gowns oscillated between simple and striking. See our roundup of the best-dressed celebrities below.

Donald Glover made a serious case for an all-purple suit (and pocket squares)

Millie Bobbie Brown kept things simple in Calvin Klein

But she wasn't the only 'Stranger Things' Kid to grace the red carpet. Caleb McLaughlin brought things up notch in a purple brocade jacket

And showed off his dance skills on Instagram

Zoe Kravitz wore a feathered rainbow Dior Gown

While Tessa Thompson unveiled an equally colorful sparkly Rosie Assoulin creation

Lakeith Stanfield looked amazing as usual

Nicole Kidman matched the red carpet in a classic awards dress

Tracee Ellis Ross sparkled in Chanel Haute Couture

While Lena Waithe proved the sparkly jacket works for everyone

In other style news, here’s what London wore to Fashion Week SS18.

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