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The Women Over 50 Who Ruled This Year’s Emmys Red Carpet

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The 2021 red carpet proved that women over 50 aren’t just in their prime, we can’t keep our eyes off them. The 73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards show featured fierce women of a certain age who exude timeless style and confidence both on and off the camera.

Jennifer Coolidge

The 60-year-old The White Lotus star channeled old Hollywood style and wowed in a Christian Siriano gown and a classic nude lip.

Jean Smart

At 70 years old, the double-nominee and winner for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series is having a career renaissance and looks better than ever. We’ll have what she’s having!

Gillian Anderson

Brining home the best supporting actress in a drama series for her role as Margaret Thatcher in the fourth season of The Crown, 53-year-old Gillian Anderson stunned in a Chloe boho-chic ensemble.

Catherine O’Hara

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Catherine O’Hara, 67, left her Moira Rose fashions at home and chose instead a brightly colored Cong Tri design.

Allison Janney

Nominated for her work in Mom, the fresh-faced Allison Janney, 61, is a vision in white.

Catherine Zeta Jones

51-year-old CZJ accompanied her nominated husband and brought fall fashion to the forefront with her burgundy strapless gown and matching lip.

Taraji P. Henson

51-year-old Taraji P. Henson shines as bright as her personality in this Elie Saab gown.

Angela Bassett

63-year-old style maven Bassett turned heads in a Greta Constantine dress and a subdued smokey eye.

Amy Poehler

“Luminous glowing skin, shimmery eye, an easy rose toned lip,” said celebrity makeup artist Kaylee McAdams about 50-year-old Poehler’s glam. “I kept everything creamy and glowing and healthy to show off her inner and outer beauty!” 

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