Anya Taylor-Joy's Emmys dress is honestly out of this world

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Anya Taylor-Joy's Emmys dress is honestly out of this world

The 2021 Emmys kicked off overnight, bringing with it a whole load of fab celebrity red carpet fashion. And one of the best-dressed A-listers from the night, hands down, was Anya Taylor-Joy, who rocked up at the event wearing an absolutely flawless yellow and champagne Christian Dior Haute Couture dress.

The Queen's Gambit star, who was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, looked breathtaking in a floor-length two-piece design consisting of a fitted halterneck style, which was then coupled with a longer canary yellow cape, draped across her forearms and hands revealing the dress' stunning backless design.

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Now, this might be just me, but the long, flowing cape (and its incredible train) seems to give this number a princess-worthy quality, with this pic serving major Belle from Beauty and the Beast vibes - don't cha think?

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Ah Anya, how we've missed you and your incredible red carpet appearances. On that note, in case you didn't already see, you're also gonna wanna check out the actor's Barbie-inspired Venice Film Festival dress.

On closer inspection, you can see that the back of Anya's gown includes dainty jewelled chains draped from the shoulders:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

As for other accessories, we can also spy a pair of statement glitzy studs in each ear, elevating the outfit even more.

Beauty-wise, Anya finished the look with a contrasting swipe of scarlet red lipstick and an oh-so-elegant up do.

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Ugh, to say that I'm OBSESSED with this look would be an understatement - What. A. Vibe.

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