Without any wine being flung, it was a game of reds and whites on the Emmys 2014 red carpet; siren reds and angelic whites at that. Those expecting a more muted, sensible collection of gowns after the drama and madness of the VMAs the previous evening were to be proven wrong. Actresses like Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Julianna Margulies slinked down the red carpet in cleavage-accentuating, body-hugging dresses. Lena Dunham, in her self-appointed role of someone who does her own thing for the betterment of all women, went as an out-of-work flamenco dancer, which someone will write tomorrow somehow safeguards feminism and the freedom of sartorial expression for the next generation of girls and women. We say, even crusaders, tastemakers, and brave, battling feminists need stylists on big nights out. There were fitted tops worn with billowing gowns, Julie Bowen originated a wholly new look: the floral disco-drape, and Julia Roberts sprouted glittery boils in a flirty, peplum-ed short gown. If someone sees the real Allison Janney, tell her her evil twin supplanted her on the red carpet. But it was a night of bold colors, with Julianna Margulies showing that even black can glitter and prowl. And Sarah Silverman, fretting on E!, your boobs look fine. As for Laura Prepon, her dress has kidnapped her and is holding her for ransom. Seriously, her collar is an offensive weapon. And Laverne Cox, first openly transgender actress nominated for an Emmy, looked the most beautiful and goddess-like of all the white-clad goddess-styled actresses there. And Cox gave up ice cream to do it. I hope it's her night.