Emmys 2020: See what stars wore for this year's virtual show

Zendaya, Jennifer Aniston and more show off their style from home.

Emmy winner Regina King was one of several actors who took the opportunity to wear statement T-shirts with tributes to Breonna Taylor, the victims of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre and The Black Lives Matter movement.

There were also many full glam moments from stars like best actress in a drama series winner Zendaya and "Black-ish" actress Tracee Ellis Ross. And there were even some relaxed pajama looks from "The Morning Show" star Jennifer Aniston, who appeared alongside her "Friends" co-stars, "The Good Place"'s Jameela Jamil and more.

Check out some of the most standout looks from one of television's biggest nights.

Regina King

"Watchmen" star Regina King showcased one of the night's most notable fashion moments as she accepted an Emmy for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie. She paid tribute to Breonna Taylor, who was killed by police during an apartment raid -- sparking protests nationwide, by pairing a pink blazer over a black T-shirt featuring an illustration of Taylor's face.

Before accepting her award for the evening, King stunned in a blue Schiaparelli Couture by Daniel Roseberry gown styled by stylist duo Wayman D.B. and Micah McDonald. She paired the look with a curly updo.

Uzo Aduba

Like King, "Mrs. America" actress Aduba honored Taylor by wearing a T-shirt with her name on it as she accepted an Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a limited series or movie.


Zendaya was captured by her go-to stylist, Law Roach, twirling in a beautiful black and purple frock, though she was in a different look when she accepted her Emmy for best lead actress in a drama series, becoming the youngest actress ever to win the category.

The "Euphoria" star and Emmy winner later switched into a fabulous custom Giorgio Armani Prive look that featured a polka dot skirt and jeweled top.

Damon Lindelof

The "Watchmen" creator wore a T-shirt that included the words "Remember Tulsa's '21" as a tribute to the victims of the 1921 Tulsa massacre.

Dan Levy

"Schitt's Creek" co-creator and star Daniel Levy, whose show made Emmys history on Sunday, wore a skirted suit and tie while attending an Emmys event in Toronto.

Tracee Ellis Ross

The "Black-ish" star, who presented during the ceremony, dazzled in a glamorous gold metallic Alexandre Vauthier dress.

Sterling K. Brown

While presenting, "This Is Us" star Brown paired a black blazer jacket over a graphic T-shirt honoring the Black Lives Matter movement.

Billy Porter

Earlier in the night, the "Pose" star clued fans into what one of his looks might be tonight, and it included a red, shiny, spiked top. He posted a teaser on Instagram only giving a shout-out to ChapStick, for now.

Jimmy Kimmel

This year's Emmy's host shared a behind-the-scenes shot where he is seen wearing a For Days "Vote" face mask.


Singer H.E.R., who performed during the in memoriam segment, turned heads in her pink Kimono-style dress by Vera Wang.

Mark Duplass

The "Morning Show" actor, who was nominated for best supporting actor in a drama series, kept things casual cool in an "old" tuxedo jacket and plaid pajama shirt.

Laverne Cox

Emmys presenter Cox posed for a photo while wearing a high blonde top knot, bangs and a pink number designed by Azzi & Osta.

Jameela Jamil

"No bra? No heels? No problem," Jamil wrote in an Instagram post as she smized on her couch while wearing a JJwinks pajama set. Her series, "The Good Place," was up for best comedy series.

Cynthia Erivo

Actress Cynthia Erivo presented during this year's ceremony wearing a dazzling Versace dress styled by Jason Bolden.

Jeremy Pope

Pope, who was nominated for best lead actress in a limited series or movie for his work on "Hollywood," donned an incredible checkered brown Louis Vuitton suit.

Yvonne Orji

The "Insecure" star, who was nominated for best supporting actress stunned in a ravishing Azzi & Osta gown styled by Apuje Kalu.