It’s a Sunday in January, which means there’s a good chance there will be an awards show happening somewhere. Indeed, actors of both the big and small screens gathered for the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards on this chilly and rainy Louisiana day.
The SAG Awards carpet was all trends, with two looks in particular taking up a lot of the spotlight. The first was navy, with Female Actor in a Leading Role winner Jennifer Lawrence leading the pack in a form-fitting, strapless Dior Couture gown and Chopard jewellery.
Black was back on top on the red carpet at the awards. We saw this timeless colour making a huge comeback at the Golden Globe Awards earlier this month, and it proved to be more than just a one hit wonder tonight as stars including Anne Hathaway, Julie Bowen and Tina Fey all stepped out in dramatic, dark ensembles.
Fey showed off her curves in a belted Oscar de la Renta gown which she accessorised with a gorgeous array of Fred Leighton jewellery.
The slinky dress, which looked almost sewn onto the actor’s body, created a classic Hollywood feel, particularly because Lawrence complemented it with cascading, wavy brown hair parted deep on one side — a very Veronica Lake, classic Tinseltown look that was the second most popular trend of the night.
Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery leads the British fashion pack in a daring sheer panel gown on the SAG Awards red carpet. She’s fast-becoming hot property in Hollywood, and has already been seen in a number of showstopping ensembles throughout awards season to date.
Black was the choice of Claire Danes, Anne Hathaway and Naya Rivera, all sporting a modern twist on a different era. Look no further than Jennifer Garner who looked like a million bucks as she high heeled it by in gold.
In a nearly identical navy-blue gown and 1940s hairdo, Amanda Seyfried wore a showstopping Zac Posen with a massive train.
Other whites followed, including bombshell Sofia Vergara, who rushed by in a creamy satiny gown by Donna Karan. Julianne Moore also wore white — an odd fitting dress she could hardly walk in — with all-over black embroidered flowers by Chanel Haute Couture.