Celebrity·Posted on Sep 23, 2019Sleeves Are The New Dress Trains According To Everyone On The Emmys Red CarpetWho needs to go to the bathroom when you look this good?by Marissa G. MullerBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Goodbye dress trains, hello sleeve trains. The biggest red carpet — well, purple carpet — trend at the 2019 Emmys was very hands-on. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images And it made for a much more interesting night of fashion than usual, as evidenced by Pose co-creator Steven Canals. Steven shut down the purple carpet in a sequined Viktor Luna look that had the longest sleeves you've ever seen. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images He worked the look so hard, you don't even realize how heavy carrying around these sleeves all night would be. Patricia Clarkson, who was nominated for an Emmy for her role in HBO's Sharp Objects, wore a miniature version of the look — which seems a lot easier to go to the bathroom in. Valerie Macon / AFP / Getty Images Susan Kelechi Watson of This Is Us also opted for nearly floor-length sleeves. Rich Polk / Getty Images And Our Lady J, who is a writer for Pose, wore actual floor-length sleeves courtesy of Christian Siriano. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images There were plenty of other ~memorable~ sleeve moments — like Dascha Polanco's pink voluminous sleeves. Fox / Getty Images Laverne Cox's one-sleeve dress by Monsoori looked kind of like she was wearing a hat on her shoulder. Steve Granitz / WireImage Meanwhile Mandy Moore let pink taffeta drape across her arms in this old Hollywood moment from Brandon Maxwell. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images Zoe Kazan took the look one step further with pleated silk that looked like ribbon. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images If this year's Emmys are anything to go by, minimalism is officially dead.