The 2018 Emmys Red Carpet Was All about Glitter and Volume

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If you were to add up all of the streaming and channel-flipping humans do, you’d arrive at a shocking average: we watch upwards of four hours of television a day. Has that number gone up? Over time, it certainly has, and we’re blaming that on two factors: accessibility and the golden age of television. Never before has television programming been so compelling; from high-octane thrill rides like Game of Thrones and American Horror Story to surreal arthouse dramas like Twin Peaks and Atlanta, it’s never been easier to chip away at your free time with really, really good escapism.

The annual Primetime Emmy Awards brings it all together, tying up the previous year’s best performances, scripts, and technical specs in a big, glamorous bow and delivering the cream-of-the-crop to you via, you guessed it, your television screen. Prior to the award announcements, another spectacle unfolds on the red carpet, as the on-screen talent arrives decked in their award show finest. From glittering, body-conscious gowns worn by the likes of Constance Wu and Chrissy Teigen to voluminous masterpieces like the dress worn by Tracee Ellis Ross (pictured above), the 2018 Emmys red carpet had more than enough drama to go around.

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