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Alison Brie In Dundas – 2018 SAG Awards

Alison Bree was one of the first stars to make her way down the red carpet at the 2018 SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 21).

The actress wore a Pre-Fall 2018 Dundas gown paired with Irene Neuwirth jewels.

There’s something to be said for being one of the first people down the red carpet, because everyone is fresh and eager and ready for fashion moments. Whether that comes into play here I can’t say, but I just love this dress. The vibrant red is such a striking color and the rainbow striped sequin trim is a complete delight.

I often think of Alison as a more demure actress, and I just love the fun she’s having with this look. Her bronze smokey eye and red lip offer the perfect complement to something so striking and fun.

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21.01.18

Allison Williams In Ralph & Russo Couture – 2018 SAG Awards

I had to do a double-take when I saw Allison Williams at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in LA, as I thought I was seeing Dita Von Teese’s doppelganger.

It wasn’t only her porcelain, alabaster complexion contrasted by that dark, retro ’do and red lip that echoed Dita’s signature look. It was also the sharp lines of the shapely corset and slinky, beaded fringe of this custom Ralph & Russo Couture gown.

Allison’s style has recently leapt from safely minimal to more experimental territory, and I think it’s safe to say that the bolder form continued here.

Fernando Jorge and Lena Wald jewels, including an ear cuff, offered a modern take on sparkle that didn’t compete with the all-over embellishment of this sculptural, fit-to-perfection piece.

The shimmying movement of that fringe is really what gives so much life to this dazzling design, though.

Allison’s looks have recently divided the vote. Is this glamorous offering a yay or nay for you?

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Sadie Sink In Chanel – 2018 SAG Awards

Sadie Sink was one of the first on the red carpet at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in Los Angeles, California.

The ‘Stranger Things’ actress donned a Chanel Spring 2018 above-the-ankle dress.

I was immediately struck by how the silhouette and detailing on the piece were very representative of the designer, but still suited someone of her 15 years.

Most younger stars go for grand princess moments with full skirts. This was more streamlined, but every bit as magical.

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21.01.18 Menswear

Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration Red Carpet Roundup

The stars came out in full force for Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration on Saturday (January 20).

Crystal Reed: There’s a lot to love about Crystal’s Dion Lee Spring 2018 look, but the pleated skirt steal the show for me. I love the overlay that gives it a dual-color effect.

Tommy Dorfman: I’ve always been wholly on-board with Tommy’s obvious love of fashion and willingness to experiment, but I literally can’t even with this. I feel like the entire thing is just trying too hard, and is completely unflattering.

Sarah Hyland: This velvet and satin asymmetrical Self Portrait Fall 2017 gown is as fun and perky and Sarah herself. And us usual, Sarah’s hair and makeup team knocked it out of the park.

 

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Keira Knightley In Chanel – ‘Colette’ Sundance Film Festival Premiere

As we know Sundance Film Festival is all about dressed -down elegance, and more importantly, keeping warm.

Keira Knightley has always marched to her own drum, and on this occasion she wore a Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 look to her premiere for ‘Colette’.

I don’t think I’ve ever considered a look from Sundance as BDOTY-worthy, but this velvet navy tuxedo is about to change everything.

This is such a fashion moment. It could’ve come off quite costumey, but Keira’s enigmatic magnetism has a hold of me and won’t let go.

I’m obsessed with this look. It’s so well put together, so well styled and oozing with charm.

The look was of course styled with Chanel accessories including shoes and jewelry, plus I have no doubt that she applies a spritz of Coco Mademoiselle too.

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21.01.18

2018 Producers Guild Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2018 Producers Guild Awards was the event to attend in Los Angeles on Saturday (January 20), with a host of star making appearances.

Holly Hunter: While this look isn’t going to remain in our minds for long, I love the high waist and geometric-print bodice on the Elizabeth Kennedy Spring 2017 gown. A perfect blowout and arms that are giving us all major workout inspo are keeping Holly on the fashion map.

Timothee Chalamet: The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor has certainly been stretching his fashion legs his first award season, and continues to experiment. Since we have mostly seen him in more shrunken styles, this slightly oversized double-breasted jacket seems to be a departure. I’m not crazy about it on its own, but I like it as a entry into his overall body of red carpet ‘work’.

Leslie Mann: I consider Leslie to be one of the most underrated stars to regularly grace the red carpet, and this Reem Acra gown, paired with Irene Neuwirth jewels proves my point: The gown has absolutely everything I love in a gown: Bright colors, a gorgeous print, exquisite detailing and and overall joyful vibe. Thanks for never letting me down, Leslie.

 

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Natalia Dyer In Carolina Herrera – Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration

Natalia Dyer attended Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Award celebration on Saturday (January 20).

The ‘Stranger Things’ actress wore a Spring 2018 Carolina Herrera gown with blue strappy sandals.

I am very into Natalia’s fashion quirkiness, and she doesn’t disappoint with this look. While this dress may be more universally appealing than some of her more recent red carpet looks, it is still mirthful enough to make it wholly hers.

The geometric confetti print and bright blue bodice stripe put a giant smile on my face, and her glowing skin, cat eye, and berry lips are just right.

Carolina Herrera Confetti Embellished Silk Faille Cocktail Dress

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