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Jonathan Van Ness and Sydney Sweeney Top Our Best-Dressed List From the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Let awards season begin!

Jonathan Van Ness in custom Christian Siriano at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Photo: Amy Sussman/Getty Images

Though the Primetime Emmy Awards doesn’t happen until Sept. 22, the Creative Arts Emmy Awards — the lesser known precursor — took place on Saturday. This two-day event honors outstanding artistic and technical achievements in a variety of television programs, but it’s not considered viewer friendly enough for a live telecast. That didn’t stop Kim Kardashian West, along with a slew of familiar and much-loved small-screen stars, from making memorable appearances on the red carpet. 

There was the Fab Five from “Queer Eye,’ who served up their sartorial A-game before taking home several honors. Jonathan Van Ness wore a custom silk metallic bow dress by Christian Siriano with heeled peep-toe boots from Rick Owens, while Tan France was clad in a custom ensemble from Varun Bahl Couture. Karamo Brown went for a Versace coat with a fur trim, and the remaining members of the makeover clan opted for classic black suits. 

“Euphoria” darling Sydney Sweeney arrived in a dreamy, crimson-colored Marchesa get-up. She was joined by her co-star, Maude Apatow, who chose a romantic ruffled Rodarte number for the occasion. Other appearances included in Laverne Cox in a Zac Posen, Olivia Munn in Monique Lhuillier and Natasha Lyonne in Rodarte, as well. 

Click through the gallery below to see all the best looks from the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

Karamo Brown in Versace at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Photo: Amy Sussman/Getty Images

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Source: Fashionista.com

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