Emmys Fashion: 7 Stars You Won't Recognize All Glammed Up

Amanda McGrath

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William H. Macy

On the red carpet for the 67th annual Emmy Awards on September 20, 2015, Macy's sharp, stylish look is a far cry from Shameless's grungy deadbeat dad Frank Gallagher. Macy was nominated for Lead Actor in a Comedy for the role (but lost the trophy to Transparent's Jeffrey Tambor.)

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Uzo Aduba

Aduba was warm, joyous and dressed to the nines when she accepted her Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Drama; as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on Orange Is the New Black, her prison style is far less glamorous.

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Tatiana Maslany

From rough-and-rocker Sarah to preppy Alison to wild-haired weirdo Helena, Maslany's look runs the gamut on Orphan Black, but none of her characters have the sleek, polished style the Lead Actress in a Drama nominee sported at the Emmys.

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Maisie Williams

Sword-wielding Arya Stark gritty, unkempt look suits Game of Thrones' tough, vengeful heroine; out of character, Williams opts for a softer look.

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Lena Headey

Whether she's layered in queenly brocade and elaborate braids, or shorn and shamed in soemthing akin to a burlap sack, Game of Thrones' golden-haired Cersei could hardly be mistaken for the chic, modern, brunette Headey.

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Joanne Froggatt

Supporting Actress in a Drama nominee Froggatt went loose, flowing and feminine for the Emmys--distinctly different from the dark and dowdy maid's attire she wears on Downton Abbey.

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Jeffrey Tambor

Lead Actor in a Comedy winner Jeffrey Tambor (pictured with wife Kasia Ostlun) showed up in a sharp suit; his role as trans woman Maura on Amazon's Transparent called for feminine wigs and flowing caftans.

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