Hello! Canada staff members pick their favourite Emmys looks

The Emmys red carpet saw a smorgasbord of stylish creations from the night's big winners, nominees and presenters, with ensembles ranging from voluminous gowns to sleek and sexy numbers and a welcome dose of playful fare — think Mad Men beauties Kiernan Shipka and January Jones in a panted Dior getup and emerald Ulyana Sergeenko sumpsuit, respectively.

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And if there's one thing we love to do in the Hello! Canada offices the day after an awards show, it's debate the evening's best-dressed stars! This year's crop of attendees was ripe for the plucking, from crowd favourite Kerry Washington in dazzling silver Marc Jacobs (fresh off the runway, no less) to Old Hollywood glamazon Lady Gaga in black Brandon Maxwell.

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Another standout around the water cooler was Sarah Hyland. The Modern Family star is a seasoned Emmy attendee — we've practically watched the 24-year-old grow up on the red carpet — and turned up the glamour this year in a sexy, form-fitting Zac Posen number with off-the-shoulder detailing.

Naturally, Canadians were also rooting for first-time nominee Tatiana Maslany, and we were no exception. The Orphan Black star shirked the usual frothy gowns for a white pant suit from French fashion house Bouchra Jarrar and won major style points in the process, despite not taking home the award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series. She may play a chameleon on the hit Space series, but the actress is singularly showstopping on the red carpet.

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