The Stunning Dresses from #NYFW That We're Hoping to See on the Emmys Red Carpet

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Now that New York Fashion Week has wrapped, we've got our eye on the 2015 Emmys for our glamour fix. But seeing as how there wasn't a shortage of wow-worthy creations in the Spring/Summer 2016 collections, we wouldn't be too surprised if a few of these show-stoppers made their way from the runway onto the red carpet. Feeling inspired—who wouldn't be in the face of evening gown greatness?— we've rounded up our favorite gowns that we're hoping to see Sunday night, starting with the petal-pretty Marchesa tulle confection, pictured above.

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Marc Jacobs

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The New York favorite showcased a stunning line-up of beyond gorgeous dresses. This one is unexpectedly dramatic.

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Givenchy

Givenchy - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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This beyond-basic black number will no doubt turn heads.

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Ralph Lauren Collection

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Sexy cut-outs and a bold hue bring this otherwise minimalist dress to the next level.

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Prabal Gurung

Prabal Gurung - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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In the designer's heartfelt tribute to his native Nepal, Gurung sent out pieces saturated in the colors of his country. This lemon yellow wonder will definitely stand out on the red carpet.

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Zac Posen

Zac Posen - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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Posen gave Old Hollywood glamour a nod with this fluttering whisper-thin beaded design. Perfect for any young ingenue.

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Calvin Klein Collection

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Calvin Klein women's creative director Francisco Costa reinvented the classic slip dress for spring 2016. In this case, he treated it with pretty bow accents and bold blooms.

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Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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Though known for her love of all things classic, Herrera got futuristic with high-tech materials that she spliced and pieced together for a modern take on the traditional gown.

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Delpozo

Delpozo - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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Tiny intricate floral beadwork bloomed on this sweeping silhouette.

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Oscar de la Renta

Oscar De La Renta - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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This Peter Copping original—a crimson carnation-beaded creation—is romantic, timeless, and deserves a spotlight on the red carpet.

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Oscar de la Renta

Oscar De La Renta - Runway - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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Ok, we had to sneak in another Oscar design. This lavender ballgown delivers a refreshing dose of contemporary cool.

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Rosie Assoulin

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This unconventional piece exudes undone elegance.

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