Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness takes the red carpet by storm in black dress with vibrant train as he poses with the Fab Five at the Creative Arts Emmys

The cast of Queer Eye is not to be outdone when it comes to fashionable looks, and Saturday's Creative Arts Emmy Awards were no exception.

Bobby Berk, Tan France and Antoni Porowski held hands as they stood next to fellow castmates Jonathan Van Ness and Karamo Brown while they were photographed on the red carpet.

The Fab Five wore an array of different 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, Tan France, 36, Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown stunned Saturday on the Creative Arts Emmy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles

Fab Five: Jonathan Van Ness, 32, Bobby Berk, Tan France, 36, Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown stunned Saturday on the Creative Arts Emmy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles

Van Ness, 32, wore the custom Christian Siriano mini-dress that featured a huge blue and green bow on the back.

The fabric from the bow trailed behind him while he showed off his long, strong legs in huge black and white platform wedges.

The hairdresser wore his long brunette locks up in a bun as he swept his tresses straight, accessorizing with a sparkly black clutch.

In an act that showcased the love and affection that the cast has for one another, France, 36, bent over to help Van Ness fan out the train on his dress, making sure his friend in the Fab Five family looked his best for the black tie event.

Glowing in a gown: Van Ness, 32, wore the custom Christian Siriano mini-dress that featured a huge blue and green bow on the back

Glowing in a gown: Van Ness, 32, wore the custom Christian Siriano mini-dress that featured a huge blue and green bow on the back

Rule the red carpet like Jonathan in Christian Siriano

Jonathan Van Ness took to the Creative Arts Emmy Awards red carpet, and didn't he look fantastic?

We wouldn't expect Jonathan to do anything half-hearted, so he certainly didn't disappoint in this jaw-dropping Christian Siriano gown.

This LBD is nothing short of incredible. With a statement sating bow train, the classic style is updated into something dramatic and unique.

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Long locks: The hairdresser wore his long brunette locks up in a bun as he swept his tresses straight, accessorizing with a sparkly black clutch
Long train: The fabric from the bow trailed behind him while he showed off his long, strong legs in huge black and white platform wedges.

Long locks: The hairdresser wore his long brunette locks up in a bun as he swept his tresses straight, accessorizing with a sparkly black clutch

Helping hand! In an act that showcased the love and affection that the cast has for one another, France bent over to help Van Ness fan out the train on his dress, making sure his friend in the Fab Five family looked his best for the black tie event.

Helping hand! In an act that showcased the love and affection that the cast has for one another, France bent over to help Van Ness fan out the train on his dress, making sure his friend in the Fab Five family looked his best for the black tie event.

France wore the ornate Varun Bahl Couture sherwani, a traditional Indian garment that features a long, coat-like cut, that featured an intricate floral design. 

The English fashion designer paired the stylish garment with white pants and classy white boots.

He wore his salt and pepper hair up in his classic sky-high pompadour. 

'Representing Queer Eye, QE Crew and Pakistan at the Emmy’s,' he wrote in a post on Instagram.  

Represent! France wore the ornate Varun Bahl Couture sherwani, a traditional Indian garment that features a long, coat-like cut, that featured an intricate floral design

Represent! France wore the ornate Varun Bahl Couture sherwani, a traditional Indian garment that features a long, coat-like cut, that featured an intricate floral design

Beauty is pain! Brown sacrificed comfort for fashion at the award show as he donned an extra warm Rhown James coat that featured gold buttons and a fur trim for the 96° day

Beauty is pain! Brown sacrificed comfort for fashion at the award show as he donned an extra warm Rhown James coat that featured gold buttons and a fur trim for the 96° day

Brown, 38, sacrificed comfort for fashion at the award show as he donned an extra warm Rhown James coat that featured gold buttons and a fur trim for the 96° day.

The culture expert paired the look with black dress pants and shiny black Jimmy Choo boots.

He accessorized with a number of gold necklaces as he showed off his metal David Yurman engagement ring.

Brown was styled by Fashion Celebrity Stylist and Wardrobe Consultant Lisa Cameron. 

Classic tux: Both Berk, 38 and Porowski, 35, opted for classic black tuxedos
Crisp: Porowski paired his with a crisp white dress shirt, black bow tie and black dress shoes, accessorizing with a simple black wristwatch

Classic tux: Both Berk, 38 and Porowski, 35, opted for classic black tuxedos

Both Berk, 38 and Porowski, 35, opted for classic black tuxedos.

Porowski paired his with a crisp white dress shirt, black bow tie and black dress shoes, accessorizing with a simple black wristwatch.

Berk opted for more of a relaxed look with a black vest over a white button up and a thin black ascot tied around his neck.

The entire cast will be presenting the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at the show, where Queer Eye is nominated for a whopping six awards. 

'Another Emmy night with these boys. Couldn’t be more grateful and humbled by the love our fans show us. Thank you #emmys #queereye,' Berk captioned a post of the cast on Instagram.

Family: 'Another Emmy night with these boys. Couldn’t be more grateful and humbled by the love our fans show us. Thank you #emmys #queereye,' Berk captioned a post on Instagram

Family: 'Another Emmy night with these boys. Couldn’t be more grateful and humbled by the love our fans show us. Thank you #emmys #queereye,' Berk captioned a post on Instagram

Those awards include Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Cinematography, Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Cinematography and Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program, Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Reality or Competition Program and Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Reality or Competition Series. 

Queer Eye won for Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Picture Editing, and Outstanding Directing for the 'Black Girl Magic' episode, directed by Hisham Abed.

Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program went to National Geographic's Life Below Zero, and Outstanding Production Design went to RENT.

Winners! Director Hisham Abed won an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for the 'Black Girl Magic' episode of Queer Eye

Winners! Director Hisham Abed won an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for the 'Black Girl Magic' episode of Queer Eye

The whole team! Queer Eye also won for Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting and Outstanding Picture Editing

The whole team! Queer Eye also won for Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting and Outstanding Picture Editing

Queer Eye cast dazzle at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards as Jonathan Van Ness Tan dons dress with bow

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