Laverne Cox oozed vampy vibes in a sexy black gown while on the red carpet at the second night of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Joining the Orange Is The New Black talent on the red carpet was Olivia Munn, who dazzled in her tight floor-length gown.
The actress glittered like the sun in a purple rain of sequins while making an entrance at the television celebration.
Vampy: Laverne Cox oozed edgy vibes in a sexy black gown while on the red carpet at the second night of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday
Cox, 35, wore the $11,990 Cloqué Draped Gown from Zac Posen's Fall 2019 collection.
The Emmy Award winning actress paired the look with thousands of dollars worth of designer jewelry and smoldering smokey eye that added to her ensemble's mystique.
She took to Instagram to thank the glam squad behind her edgy look, writing 'Thank you @zacposen for making me feel like a princess in this exquisite gown for the #creativeartsemmys tonight. You are a genius.'
The LGBTQ+ advocate then went on to thank everyone from her makeup artist, Deja Smith, to her necklace designer, Yvan Tufenkjian, finishing the caption with the hashtag '#TransIsBeautiful.'
Couture: The LGBTQ+ advocate wore the $11,990 Cloqué Draped Gown from Zac Posen's Fall 2019 collection
Dripping in jewels: Laverne paired the look with thousands of dollars worth of designer jewelry and smoldering smokey eye that added to her ensemble's mystique
The Musical Chairs star wore her short blonde locks down in a styled bob with a dramatic middle part that juxtaposed her contrasting dark roots.
She's nominated for tonight's Outstanding Drama Guest Actress for her work on Orange is the New Black.
Munn, 39, opted for a more colorful look in a a shimmery sequined purple and pink gown.
Her strapless, iridescent gown featured a pink floral appliqué on front of the bodice.
Glimmer: Munn opted for a more colorful look in a a shimmery sequined purple and pink gown
Presenter: Munn had the honor of being one of the evening's presenters
Social snap: '#creativeartsemmys in @moniquelhuillier styled by @highheelprncess makeup by @carlyy.fisher hair @bykileyfitz,' the star captioned an Instagram story after the event
The Dark Phoenix actress, who presented at the show, paired the look with a matching purple eyeshadow, a number of silver rings and long, dangly earrings.
She wore her smooth brunette locks down straight with a sleek middle part.
Among the big nominees in competition at Sunday's ceremony is Cicely Tyson.
Tyson, 94, was up against Cox, Phylicia Rashad, 71, and Carice van Houtenwill, 43, for the Outstanding Drama Guest Actress Emmy Award.
Tyson was nominated for her performance in the ABC series How to Get Away with Murder.
The 2016 Medal of Freedom recipient opted for a classy two-piece ensemble for the award show, pairing a floor-length blue dress with a shiny and stylish blazer on top.
Rashad and Van Houten were nominated for their work on the hit shows This Is Us and Game of Thrones respectively.
Rashad stunned in a Grecian inspired purple gown that featured extra long angel sleeves and a cutout at the décolletage.
Van Houten, who also presented an award, opted for a shiny silver gown that featured edgy shoulders and a 3/4 sleeve.
Not pictured are Jessica Lange, 70, and Cherry Jones, 62, who were also nominated for the award for their work on American Horror Story: Apocalypse and The Handmaid's Tale, respectively.
Jones ended up taking home the golden statuette as the Outstanding Drama Guest Actress.
Day 2! Rachel Bloom, 32, was back on Sunday with a nomination for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music
Dream team: Bloom swapped Saturday's pink gown for a fiery red one as she was photographed with Crazy Ex Girlfriend's Executive Music Producer Adam Schlesinger(L) and Executive Producer Jack Dolgen (R)
Rachel Bloom, 32, made headlines at day one of the award show when she announced she was expecting her first child after winning the Emmy for Best Original Music and Lyrics, and on Sunday she was back to present.
The creator and star of hit series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend swapped Saturday's pink gown for a fiery red one as she was photographed with Crazy Ex Girlfriend's Executive Music Producer Adam Schlesinger and Executive Producer Jack Dolgen.
She wore her short brown hair in a bob with fringe bangs and accessorized with dangly silver earrings while the boys sported classic black tuxedos.
Bloom was also nominated for Sunday's Outstanding Main Title Theme Music, but the award went to HBO comedy-drama series Succession.