It was a fabulous night for red carpet fashion Wednesday, with some of the most beautiful sisters in Hollywood showing out at the Paley Center For Media’s Tribute To African American Achievements In Television event.

Let’s break down each look:

Kerry Washington

Ms. Olivia Pope herself was the belle of the ball last night, honored for her role on ABC’s monster hit drama, Scandal. She wore this super edgy black mesh look. I think it’s a nice change from the super girly looks she’s been going for of late, especially that pink Prada gown she wore to the Met Gala that was just … a mess. I’m not personally all that crazy about it, but it’s interesting and definitely has me excited to see what she wears next. Do you like?


Currently rocking her Chicago cut as she is playing Roxie Hart on Broadway, your favorite 90s diva wore this elegant black gown. It’s certainly beautiful but it falls a little flat for me, as it’s a little TOO safe for me. She is certainly looking more fit than ever though. All that dancing must be paying off!

Uzo Aduba

I am so here for Uzo’s style of late. With Orange Is The New Black on its way back for season 3 in the next few weeks, she has been looking better than ever. She’s wearing Bibhu Mohapatra and looking so fly!

Gabrielle Union

You guys already know how much I love this Assoulin dress. We asked you earlier today if it was a “FAB OR FUG” for you, and the results seem to be a resounding Fab! I couldn’t agree more. You can see more photos of it, and cast your own vote here.

Tracee Ellis Ross

Tracee has also been killing it on the red carpet of late, keeping things interesting with simple silhouettes with a twist or an interesting detail. This black pants set is no exception. I love the one shoulder and texture details. It’s simple and sexy. You guys were also loving her Honor NYC dress she wore at the ABC Upfronts the night before. Check that look out here.

Vote for your favorite look below.

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