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Emmys 2016: 'Game Of Thrones' Cast Slay The Red Carpet

They ~slayed~ the 2016 Emmys red carpet.

It was an amazing night for the "Game of Thrones" cast at the 2016 Primetime Emmys: they received 23 nominations, won the biggest award of the night, and they all somehow managed to look really, really ridiculously good on the red carpet.

Leading the GoT cast on the red carpet was none other than the mother of dragons herself, Emilia Clarke.

Clarke stunned in a shimmering nude Atelier Versace chainmail gown that was fitted to perfection, a dual textured updo, and a matte grey-violet eye and glossy lip for her beauty look.

As for Maisie Williams, the 19-year-old pulled out all the stops for her quirky Emmys beauty look. The British teen rocked a playful, custom-made embroidered Markus Lupfer gown with a ruffled collar, and held on to a £39 clutch from the little-known, Singapore-based label.

Daring in wispy clip-on bangs (yup, clip-on!) and bright green eyeshadow, the actress who plays Arya Stark looked adorable with a top knot and totally proved you don't have to take red carpet fashion so seriously.

And what else did Maisie flaunt on the carpet? A tattoo. One that matches Sophie Turner's, her on-screen sister.

Turner gave us major '90s vibes in her sheer lace Valentino gown that swept the red carpet beautifully. Bringing her blond locks back into a loose braid, the 20-year-old actress who plays Sansa Stark donned a Forevermark diamonds gold choker.

As for Gwendoline Christie (a.k.a. Brienne of Tarth to GoT fans), the little black dress was her choice of uniform for the evening. The strapless black Giles Deacon ensemble that featured an avant garde bow accompanied the British actress' funky black heels.

And last but not least? Kit Harington. And oh yes, he is very much alive.

For more moments from the 2016 Emmys red carpet, check out the slideshow below!

2016 Emmys Red Carpet

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