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Emmy Awards: 31 years of red carpet fashion

In 1983, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences rounded up the best in the industry, such as "Dynasty's" Joan Collins, to honor that year's outstanding TV performances. But while the names and faces have changed for Emmy voters over the past 31 years, one thing remains the same: The red carpet is the "must-see TV" of the ceremony.

In 1983, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences rounded up the best in the industry, such as "Dynasty's" Joan Collins, to honor that year's outstanding TV performances. But while the names and faces have changed for Emmy voters over the past 31 years, one thing remains the same: The red carpet is the "must-see TV" of the ceremony.