Rachel Brosnahan, also known as the one and only Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, made quite the fashion statement at the 2020 Emmys, wearing the most beautiful pajamas any award show has ever seen.
Rachel's husband, Jason, also dressed to impress in his designer sleepwear. Being the dog lover that she is, Brosnahan got her four-legged friends in on the Emmy fun as well, getting them matching bowties.
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Pajamas but make it fashion 🥀✨🥀 Shoutout and massive thanks to some badass New Yorkers for making our #EmmysAtHome dreams come true - @christyrilling for bringing these lewks to life (including the pups) and @lauriesimmons for this gorgeous “dancing poppy” print. Thank you to @retrouvai for these special jewels, @rogervivier for the perfect shoes & @jillandjordan for bringing the whole thing together. But the BEST PART is that these generous designers have agreed to donate our looks to the @radvocacy auction where 100% of the sales will benefit @whenweallvote! Bid for them and other #emmys looks at Chic-Relief.com from September 23 - October 2. And if you’re not already registered, please register to vote tonight!
She certainly saw the upside of attending the award show from her couch and got custom pajamas designed by Christy Rilling. Christy created the wardrobe to fit Mrs. Maisel's look, and boy, did she pull it off!
"When am I ever going to be able to bring my dogs to the Emmys again?" Rachel said to co-host Brad Goreski during E! Live From the Red Carpet. Since Mrs. Maisel's popularity has grown immensely over the last couple of years, Brosnahan's auctioning her iconic pajamas off after the show to benefit a non-profit that helps people get out and vote.
While it was certainly simpler to attend the Emmys from her own home, Rachel said, "I'm so comfortable. I'm sitting on the couch. But you know, I do miss the energy of everyone being in the same space celebrating together."
For now, Brosnahan's enjoying her time at home with her husband and dogs, but is excited to start filming the fourth season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel "when we can go back as safely as possible."