The 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards were held on last night.
Nicole Kidman in Gucci
Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang
Emilia Clarke in Christian Dior Haute Couture
Demi Moore in Zac Posen
Brie Larson in Atelier Versace
Viola Davis in Zac Posen
Anna Chlumsky in Christian Siriano
Sarah Hyland in a J. Mende gown, Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, and a Ferragamo clutch
Claire Danes in a Stella McCartney gown, Brian Atwood shoes, and a Tyler Alexander clutch
Katie Lowes in a custom Christian Siriano gown, Stuart Weitzman sandals, and a Kotur clutch
Felicity Huffman in a Lorena Sarbu gown and Badgley Mischka shoes
Amy Adams in Versace
Kirsten Dunst in Valentino Haute Couture
Melissa McCarthy in a Melissa McCarthy gown, Gianvito Rossi shoes, and an Anya Hindmarch clutch
Zoe Kazan in Miu Miu pictured with Paul Dano
Rachel McAdams in Lanvin
Katy Perry in Prada
Lily James in Marchesa
Kate Hudson in Michael Kors Collection, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, and a Jimmy Choo clutch
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in an Atelier Versace gown and Jimmy Choo shoes and clutch with Jason Statham
Eva Longoria in a Georges Hobeika gown, Christian Louboutin shoes, and a Henri Bendel clutch
Regina King in a Krikor Jaboian gown and Rene Caovilla shoes
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton
Maria Menounos in a Roland Mouret gown and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and clutch
Louise Roe in a Monique Lhullier gown and Jimmy Choo shoes
Sophia Bush in Narciso Rodriguez
Giuliana Rancic in an Alex Perry gown and Manolo Blahnik shoes
Olivia Palermo in Delpozo
Jada Pinkett Smith in a custom Atelier Versace gown and Jimmy Choo shoes
Julianne Moore in Tom Ford
Here are more looks from last night's Golden Globe Awards.
Amanda Peet in Alexander McQueen
Jennifer Lopez in Giambattista Vali
Maggie Gyllenhaal in Marc Jacobs
Viola Davis in a Marchesa gown, Stuart Weitzman shoes, and Judith Leiber clutch
Jane Fonda in Yves Saint Laurent
Heidi Klum in Marchesa
Saoirse Ronan in Yves Saint Laurent
Leslie Mann in a Monique Lhuillier gown, Brian Atwood shoes, and Tyler Alexander clutch
Caitriona Balfe in an Alexander McQueen gown, Roger Vivier shoes, and Christian Louboutin clutch
Emmy Rossum in Armani Prive'
Gina Rodriguez in Zac Posen
Jaimie Rodriguez in Genny
Bryce Dallas Howard in Jenny Packham
Joanne Froggatt in Reem Acra
America Ferrera in a Jenny Packham gown, Brian Awood shoes, and a Judith Leiber clutch
Maura Tierney in an Elizabeth Kennedy gown, Roger Vivier shoes, and a Ferragamo clutch
Eva Green in Elie Saab
Brie Larson in Calvin Klein Collection
Malin Akerman in Reem Acra
Katherine Waterston joined her fellow co-stars on the Steve Jobs Premiere/London Film Festival red carpet.
Katherine looked amazing as well in a Nicholas Oakwell haute couture gown. The gown had a classic shape and silhouette which skimmed her body perfectly. The velvet appliques gave it some interest which is very much needed if you're going to impress in a black gown.
The hair is meh, and I wish that her lipstick had been a little bolder.
B+. Points off for the styling.
What better way to end my long hiatus than to start with Kate Winslet.
For the closing ceremony of the BFI London Film Festival, Kate wore a gorgeous Alexander McQueen gown. The dress wasn't one of the design house's over-the-top confections, but you can't deny that the lady looks amazing. The navy was just the right color, and the fit is perfection. The look was finished off with a leather waistband and an Alexander McQueen clutch.
The styling with the elegant updo, diamond drop earrings, and soft make-up was spot-on.
A+. Kate just oozed class and sophistication.
Rachel Weisz looked amazing.
Rachel rarely gets it wrong on the red carpet, and this Marc Jacobs dress is no exception. Fresh off of the runway presentation two weeks ago, this was interesting. I liked the shirt style bodice which was covered with white sequins and trimmed in blue with small three-dimensional flowers throughout. The skirt was constructed with patterned sequin pleats and a matching print in a sheer fabrication between each one.
It was gorgeous and not at all boring. Silver sandals completed the look.
The hair was a bit of a letdown, but the make-up was on point.
A+. Eye catching and fashion forward.
I don't think that I've ever written this on my blog, but...
GUHRL, NO. These types of dresses do not work for Kristen Wiig. She looks best in simple, classic, minimal styles. Search any of her past hits on the red carpet. The sleek ones work best. This doesn't mean that this Oscar de la Renta dress is all that. I love the embellished bodice, but the shape is weird. The skirt is pretty, and I love the color. As slim as Kristen is, this needs to be left to the models.
And, WHY the nude sandals?
I love a good, sleek updo, but on Kristen in this particular dress, she looks bare.
D. Pack up that gown and pass it on to a tall, willowy model. They are the only ones that can make this work.
Here are other looks from the amfAR Milano 2015 Gala
Alessandra Mastronardi in Louis Vuitton
Chiara Ferragni in Louis Vuitton
Heidi Klum in Atelier Versace
Alessandra Ambrosio in DSquared
Dakota Johnson in Christian Dior
Pixie Lott in Blumarine
Hofit Golan in Mario Dice
Natasha Poly in Roberto Cavalli
Isabeli Fontana in Tufi Duek
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