Tracee Ellis Ross and Issa Rae were the epitome of Black Girl Magic at the American Black Film Festival Honors.
The Black-ish and the Insecure actresses walked the carpet in gold and blue gowns at the Beverly Hills event.
Tracee, 45, opted for a high neck and a slit skirt while Issa, 33, went for a strapless full-length number.
Tracee’s outfit had a shiny gold turtleneck long-sleeved bodice.
The actress wore her hair scraped back from her face.
The Girlfriends star accessorized with eye-catching chandelier earrings.
A photo she shared to her Instagram showed her flaunting her long legs.
The daughter of Diana Ross was wearing blue heels under the floor-length number and held a gold clutch purse.
Meanwhile Issa showcased her incredible figure and toned arms in a midnight blue gown with a gold embellished bodice.
The star also added small diamond earrings.
Her eyes stood out in black kohl eyeliner and mascara.
She completed her look with a dark red lip color and blusher.
Issa shared pics to her social media during the show, posing with another of her Insecure co-stars, actor Jay Ellis.
The beauty posed for photos inside the event with her HBO comedy’s co-star Yvonne Orji.
She added a stunning necklace and earrings and carried a black clutch purse.
Legendary actress Angela Bassett, 59, showed up in a boldly colorful dress.
The patterned number had a black fringe on the bottom.
The Black Panther star added black sandal heels and enormous statement gold earrings and dress ring.
Comedian Tiffany Haddish was also at the event. She opted for a shimmery black dress with a solid black belt.
The 38-year-old showed off her legs in to the gown that was slit at the front and featured a plunging neckline.
She finished her look with a shiny gold sandal heels and a gold and black clutch.
The Girls Trip star was presented with the Rising Star Award and was ecstatic in her acceptance.
Inside the awards show, Billy Dee Williams, 80, was honored with the ABFF Hollywood Legacy Award.
Selma filmmaker Ava DuVernay received the Industry Visionary Award.