The cast of Queer Eye is unmatched when it comes to fashion looks, and the Emmy Awards for Creative Arts on Saturday were no exception.
Bobby Berk, Tan France and Antoni Porowski held hands as they stood next to comrades Jonathan Van Ness and Karamo Brown as they were photographed on the red carpet.
The Fab Five wore a variety of looks, including a black Christian Siriano dress with a huge bow and a stylish Varun Bahl Couture Sherwani.  Fab Five: Jonathan Van Ness (32), Bobby Berk (32), Tan France (36), Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown were stunned on Saturday across the red carpet at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. ” class=”blkBorder img-share”
The Fabric of the Loop He followed him as he showed his long, powerful legs in huge black and white plateau wedges.
The hairdresser wore his long brunette curls in a roll as he swept his curls straight and equipped them with a glittering black clutch.
] In a deed that showed the love and affection that 36-year-old France leaned forward to help Van Ness fanned the train on his gown, making sure his Fab family friend Five looked best for the black tie event.
Glowing in a garb: 32-year-old Van Ness wore a special Christian Siriano Mini dress with a large blue and green bow on the back
Long Locks: The Barber wore his long brunette in a roll as he swept his curls straight and outfitted them with a glittering black clutch.
Helping Hand! In one act that expressed the love and affection of the performers among each other, France leaned forward to help Van Ness fan out the train on his dress and made sure that his friend from the Fab Five family for the Black Tie event looked the best.
France wore ornate Varun Bahl Couture Sherwani, a traditional Indian garment with a long, coat-like cut and intricate floral pattern.
The English fashion designer combined the elegant garment with white trousers and elegant white boots.
He wore his salt and pepper hair in his classic, sky-high pompadour.
"Represents Queer Eye, QE Crew, and Pakistan at the Emmys," he wrote in an Instagram post.
Represent! France wore the ornate Varun Bahl couture Sherwani, a traditional Indian garment with a long, coat-like cut and elaborate floral pattern.
Beauty is pain! Brown sacrificed comfort for the fashion at the awards ceremony when he put on a particularly warm Rhown James coat with gold buttons and a fur trim for the 96 ° day.
Brown, 38, sacrificed comfort for the fashion at the awards ceremony as he put on an extra-warm Rhown James coat with gold buttons and fur trim for the 96th day.
The cultural expert combined the look with black suit pants and shiny black Jimmy Choo boots.
He received a series of gold necklaces when he showed his metal David Yurman engagement ring.
Brown was styled by Lisa Cameron, Fashion Celebrity Stylist and Wardrobe Consultant.
] Classic tuxedo: Both Berk (38) and Porowski (35) opted for a classic black tuxedo.
Both Berk (38) and Porowski (35) opted for a classic black tuxedo bow tie and black evening shoes, which were supplemented with a simple black wristwatch.
Berk opted for a more relaxed look with a black vest over a white button and a thin black ascot tied around his neck.
The entire cast will feature the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Dra ma Series at the show where Queer Eye is nominated for six awards.
Another Emmy night with these guys. Could not be more grateful and humble than the love our fans bring us. Thanks a lot, #emmys #queereye. & # 39; Berk wrote a post on Instagram.
Family: & # 39; Another Emmy night with these guys. Could not be more grateful and humble than the love our fans bring us. Thank you, #emmys #queereye, & # 39; Berk wrote a post on Instagram program and outstanding production design for a variety, reality or competition series.
Queer Eye was awarded an Outstanding Program for Structured Reality, Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Imaging, and Outstanding Direction for the episode "Black Girl Magic," directed by Hisham Abed. Below Zero and Outstanding Production Design went to RENT.
Winners! Director Hisham Abed won an Emmy for Outstanding Director for the "Black Girl Magic" episode of Queer Eye
The whole team! Queer Eye also won for Outstanding Structured Reality, Outstanding Casting and Outstanding Picture Editing