The Queer Eye clan may have taken home four wins at this year’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony, but their collective red carpet fashion moments were also worthy of a trophy. In fact, when they graced Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater with their presence over the weekend, I’m pretty sure they were the catalysts for The Great Wig-Snatchery Of 2019.

Mine’s yet to return. Anyway, let’s check out their slap-worthy fashions.

Karamo Brown

‘Queer Eye’ Angels Collectively Impregnate The Emmy Red Carpet With Fuccable Lewks
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Three words: Russian daddy realness. Karamo is serving some masc, military vibes and it’s really making me feel a certain kind of way. That brooding stare as well…

Jonathan Van Ness

‘Queer Eye’ Angels Collectively Impregnate The Emmy Red Carpet With Fuccable Lewks
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Can you believe?! JVN is obviously no stranger to serving jaw-dropping lewks, but this is surely one of his best yet. (Side note: This is how I imagine I look when I wrap my sheet around my naked body in the middle of the night to run to the toilet. Shamazing.)

Antoni Porowski

‘Queer Eye’ Angels Collectively Impregnate The Emmy Red Carpet With Fuccable Lewks
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I’m pregnant. That is all. (Call me… my number’s in one of the 47 DMs I’ve sent you.)

Tan France

‘Queer Eye’ Angels Collectively Impregnate The Emmy Red Carpet With Fuccable Lewks
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“Representing Queer Eye, QE Crew and Pakistan at the Emmy’s,” Tan captioned his Emmys ‘gram. The floral garment paired with the fierce, white boots is such a powerful statement. (I originally thought they were thigh highs and wow, that would have been a mood.) My heart, it bursts with love.

Bobby Berk

‘Queer Eye’ Angels Collectively Impregnate The Emmy Red Carpet With Fuccable Lewks
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Classic, chic, timeless. Bobby looks like he’d take me to a dimly-lit jazz bar in the CBD, casually flaunt his money and surprise me with a boozy rendition of Beethoven‘s Piano Concerto No. 5 at the stroke of midnight. I’m down.

The show took home Emmys for best structured reality program, directing for a reality program, casting for a reality program and picture editing for a structured reality or competition program.

In the gift that keeps on giving, our angels are back with a new special season, Queer Eye: We’re In Japan, coming to Netflix November 1.

Image: Getty Images / Amy Sussman & Axelle/Bauer-Griffin