The 75th annual Primetime Emmy Awards took place on Monday.
Celebrity couples showed up in style as they walked the red carpet together.
Some couples had standout style moments thanks to coordinating outfits.
On Monday, celebrities gathered in Los Angeles for the 75th annual Primetime Emmy Awards to celebrate the best of television.
As is always the case, stars wore stylish outfits on the red carpet, embracing bold colors and daring silhouettes.
Some of the night's best looks came from celebrity couples, many of whom wore coordinating or complementary looks.
From matching suits to chic silhouettes, take a look at the best couple looks from the 2024 Emmys.
Sheryl Lee Ralph and her husband, Vincent J. Hughes, wore white looks on the red carpet.
Christian Siriano designed Ralph's form-fitting white gown, and her daughter Ivy Coco styled her look.
The bodice mimicked a suit jacket, with a collar on the plunging, halter neckline, and double-breasted buttons adorning the waistline. The skirt hugged Ralph's figure before flaring out in a mermaid silhouette at the bottom.
Hughes complemented his wife's look by wearing a white tuxedo jacket with a black bow tie and pants.
Lee Sung Jin chose a chic all-black suit, while Caitlin Solone Lee wore a red gown.
The "Beef" creator paired a black suit with a black shirt and bow tie. He added a silver brooch to his shiny lapel to break up the monochrome look.
Lee's red gown was full of contrast, as off-the-shoulder sleeves sat atop a structured, corset bodice. The skirt flowed to her feet, with a slit on one side.
Kourtney Kardashian Barker and Travis Barker's red-carpet outfits matched almost perfectly.
The Barkers, who welcomed their first child together in November, wore black suits to the Emmys, though they styled them differently.
Kardashian Barker didn't wear a shirt with her suit, pairing the fitted jacket with just a black bra. Her pants flared slightly, and she accessorized the look with black pumps and gloves. Barker took a somewhat more traditional approach to his suit, wearing it with a black shirt and bow tie.
They both wore black sunglasses with their looks, completing the coordinating moment.
Jason Ralph and Rachel Brosnahan selected effortlessly chic red-carpet ensembles for the Emmys.
Versace designed the burgundy gown Brosnahan wore to the Emmys, where she was nominated for her performance as Midge Maisel in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
The gown's corset bodice had exposed boning, while the skirt featured folds that formed a thigh-high slit.
Ralph wore a black suit but put a fun twist on the classic look by wearing his shirt with the top button undone. He accessorized the suit with a chain necklace.
Niecy Nash-Betts' black gown complemented her wife's printed suit.
Nash-Betts chose a custom Greta Constantine gown for the awards show, where she won the Emmy for her portrayal of Glenda Cleveland in the Netflix series "Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story."
The off-the-shoulder gown had a sweetheart neckline, and the bodice and sleeves were made of velvet, while the mermaid skirt and a ruffle on the sleeves were made of a shinier material.
Wayman + Micah styled Nash-Betts, as well as her wife, who wore a black suit with a shiny tint to it. A pattern of little black designs covered the suit from head to toe.
Nicole Boyd and Sam Richardson put their spin on the black-and-white trend that dominated the red carpet.
Grayscale designed Richardson's suit for the Emmys, which consisted of an off-white jacket and black pants. The textured jacket had an asymmetrical collar, and he paired it with a high-neck black top. Tiffani Moreno styled the look.
Boyd selected a form-fitting black gown for the evening. It had long sleeves and a high neckline, but an angular cutout across the shoulder gave it a chic edge.
Issa Rae and Louis Diame leaned into red-carpet glamour.
Styled by Wouri Vice, Rae's Pamella Roland gown was covered in feathers, giving shape to the sheath-style dress. The dress had a high neckline and subtle sparkly embellishments that blended into the feathers.
Her husband paired black pants with a maroon velvet tuxedo jacket and a black bow tie.
"Beef" actor Joseph Lee and Diana Ryu wore monochrome outfits.
Zegna designed Lee's gray suit. It had no exposed buttons on the lapel, almost making it look inside out. The neckline of the mandarin collar also extended past the button, mimicking the jacket's shape.
Ryu's black dress had off-the-shoulder sleeves, and an overlay of black fabric sat atop the gown, allowing sheer fabric to flow over the neckline and past the hemline. Black, strappy heels completed the look.
Sophia Di Martino and Will Sharpe wore black looks with clean lines.
Sharpe, who was nominated for his performance on "The White Lotus" at the Emmys, wore a double-breasted suit from Burberry with no shirt, drawing the eye to the simple necklace he wore.
Nafsika Skourti designed Di Martino's gown. The high-neck, long-sleeve gown had a dropped-waist skirt made of a contrasting fabric to the velvet bodice, giving it dimension despite the all-black look. A brooch on her neckline added to the elegant ensemble.
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