Michael Urie in Christian Siriano: When you're sick of people thinking 'non-binary' means a perfect 50-50 split.
Jordan Roth in Iris Van Herpen: "I need *this much* personal space!"
Law Roach: The master stylist finally reveals his true form — fairy godfather.
Billy Porter in The Blonds: Bow down, b*tches. Now, where's my Emmy?
Paul Andrew (centre) and Hero Fiennes Tiffin (right) in Salvatore Ferragamo: Representing Middle America amongst the one-percenters, with some good 'ol cowboy ties.
Ezra Miller in Burberry: Never, ever be shy about your fondness for a snatched waist, henny.
Henry Golding in Versace: Stealth pride — dressing like the bottom bands of the rainbow flag.
Alessandro Michele and Harry Styles in Gucci: An extrovert and an introvert go out on the town...
Odell Beckham Jr. in Thom Browne: Sleeves are a lie. Wake up, sheeple!
Hamish Bowles in Maison Margiela: "Extravagant?..." *smiles cheekily over shoulders* "... Moi?"
Michael B. Jordan in Coach 1941: You can take the boy outta Wakanda... (yes, we know he wasn't *technically* a native)
Ryan Murphy in Christian Siriano: Haunting like Liberace — only Lady Gaga fans will get the reference.
Jeremy Scott in Moschino: Coupling with your girlfriends is so easy when you have an atelier at your disposal.
Darren Criss in Balmain: Black swan on top (makeup), Caesar Flickerman from The Hunger Games on the bottom. We likey!
Baz Luhrmann in Prada: When you and your partner bring out each other's shine. D'awww.
Ashton Sanders in Telfar: Serving Edwardian urchin realness. Yas!
Charles Melton in Sies Marjan: You complete each other — she brings the feathers, and you bring the glitter.
Cody Fern in Maison Margiela: Evidently wasn't in the mood to chat. You do you, Cody!
Dapper Dan in Gucci: Having camped up an entire crew of celebs, the designer took a break for the night.