Ageless Stars at the Emmys: Celebrating Hollywood’s Women Over 50

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In the past year, we’ve witnessed the allure of getting older becoming sexier, and it was no different on the 75th Emmy Awards red carpet. There was no shortage of glamour, sophistication, and sizzle as stars showcased their timeless looks during one of the busiest awards weeks of our lifetimes. Here, the celebrities over 50 who look better than ever, commanding the spotlight on television’s biggest night of the year.

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Calista Flockhart 

The 59-year-old actress arrived at the awards show alone after accompanying husband Harrison Ford to the Critics Choice Awards last night. With a blue sparkled top and loose waves she embodied effortless elegance.

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Niecy Nash-Betts 

Delivering one of the nights most moving speeches, the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie winner looked like a dream. The Dahmer star, 53, made sure to thank herself: “Go on girl with your bad self. You did that.”

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Ellen Pompeo 

Pompeo, 54, looked super chic in her sparkling Monique Lhuillier ensemble, complete with a matching silver bra. Makeup artist Kate Lee gave her a fresh, natural look using Chanel skin care and make up from the Les Beiges Winter Glow collection.

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Taraji P. Henson 

The Color Purple star, 53, stunned in a plum custom Atelier Versace gown and complementing makeup by celebrity makeup artist Saisha Beecham who focused on the eyes. She paired the vibrant eye with a natural, nude lip.

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Lisa Ann Walter 

We’re loving the evolving hairstyles of the Abbott Elementary star. Walter, 60, complemented her Greta Constantine dress with a trendy hair bow, giving a playful and coquettish vibe.

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Sharon Horgan 

Nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Bad Sisters,Horgan, 53, shimmered in a black sequence and a layered bob.

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Tracee Ellis Ross 

Ross, 51, looked chic and crisp in a white Sportsmax dress and a bold, crimson lip.

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Kathryn Hahn 

The Tiny Beautiful Things best actress nominee, 50, wore vintage Dior couture and a dark lip. Makeup artist Fiona Stiles prepped her skin with Yon-Ka’s Hydra No. 1 Serum ($108). Stiles says she prefers a minimalist approach. “The Yon-Ka Paris No. 1 Serum was incredible here because it’s hydrating, but there’s no tackiness—it plays beautifully with makeup.”

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Jennifer Coolidge 

The White Lotus star, 62, and fan favorite graced the red carpet in an Etro gown and voluminous Bardot-esque updo before her epic win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

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Sheryl Lee Ralph 

The Abbott Elementary actress, 67, showed off her never-ending curves in a custom Greta Constantine mermaid gown.

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Priscilla Presley 

Presley, 78, wore a black Chanel silk blouse with a black wool and silk jacquard skirt.  

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Garcelle Beauvais 

The 57-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was giving black swan goddess in her feathered gown and gorgeous updo.

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Joan Collins

Collins, 90, stole the show like she never left at tonight’s Emmy Awards, turning heads on the red carpet in a light blue gown covered in sequins.

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