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Fifty shades of gray? More like 50 shades of pink. The 2015 Emmys red carpet saw every kind of shade of pink out there, from just a whisper of the sweet shade to a deep saturated fuchsia hue.

Let's start with the softest—Gina Rodriguez selected a strapless pale pink beaded silk tulle Lorena Sarbu creation. Emma Roberts strayed from sweet and went for glam, giving the cloying shade an Old Hollywood effect with a plunging satin Jenny Packham gown with a matching velvet belt featuring an Art Deco diamond brooch. But Maisie Williams piled on the sugar with a saccharine bubblegum pink quilted midi-length number and white fluffy sandals.

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Yael Stone's pale pink ballgown practically verged on white, while Joanne Froggatt kept cool in the 100-degree heat in a breezy cut-out pink-and-black trompe l'oeil gown.

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As for the more saturated shades, Jessica Pare made a statement in a rosy draped gown from new label Monse, and Elisabeth Moss swept the red carpet in a strapless corseted fuchsia Oscar de la Renta creation.

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