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05.02.17

Amy Adams In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

Amy Adams was also among the stars at the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills.

She turned up the sweetness in an Ulyana Sergeenko Couture tea-length frock that had all the glories of spring in its buttercup and sky-blue pastel hues.

Delightfully prim, with a trace a Russian fairy-tale charm, the dress featured a quilted effect that some might see as a rather upholstered finish.

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Nicole Kidman In Marchesa – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

Nicole Kidman was also at the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills.

After her rather lacklustre beige dress at the 2017 Producers Guild Awards, the slightly more luminescent quality of this bejeweled, mauve-gray Marchesa Resort 2017 cocktail frock was a welcome relief.

The artistry of the intricate beading work made up for any lack of vibrancy, with metallic silver Jimmy Choo ‘Truce’ sandals and a Jimmy Choo ‘Cloud’ clutch bringing another layer of lustre.

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Sarah Paulson In Andrew Gn – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

Sarah Paulson continued her velvet crush at the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills.

Going from light velvet at the Producers Guild to dark, she wore an Andrew Gn Pre-Fall 2017 boho caftan gown in deep royal-blue brocade.

It was a lot of dress for the actress, lending a folkloric, gypsy spirit with the decorative lattice trim and fringe.

It’s almost what you’d imagine a style-forward fortune teller might wear as she read your Tarot cards.

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Kerry Washington In Sally LaPointe – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

Kerry Washington turned up the va-va-voom factor at the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills.

Her Sally LaPointe Resort 2017 dress was straightforward enough, but the deep V neckline took this LBD straight into look-at-the-girls land.

Yes, the plunge was a bit scandalous you could say, however, the rest of the styling stayed in completely classic territory with EFFY jewelry and a sophisticated bun. I loved the radiant sunset hues of her eye makeup.

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05.02.17

Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Diane von Furstenberg – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

Mary Elizabeth Winstead was also at the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills.

We’ve seen the boudoir look in a number of forms lately, with this Diane von Furstenberg cutout slip dress bringing a more minimalist sensibility to the trend.

At first I questioned the more pared-back styling with her natural beauty look and only the light touch of a few Jennifer Meyer rings plus a clutch that matched the gown.

But it all brought a fresh innocence to the ensemble while maintaining its simple allure.

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05.02.17

Mandy Moore In Salvatore Ferragamo – 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards

The minute Mandy Moore stepped on the red carpet of the 2017 Directors Guild Of America Awards on Saturday (February 4) in Beverly Hills, she made a striking impression.

The chic streak that she has served up so far this year shows no sign of waning.

Again swapping her more signature girly frocks for an edgier offering, the ‘This Is Us’ actress donned a Salvatore Ferragamo suit that balanced masculine tailoring and feminine sex appeal with the peek-a-boo bra.

The cropped pants gave ample room for her Nicholas Kirkwood ‘Jewel Eden Hexagon’ pumps to shine, tying the look together with a Lee Savage metallic clutch.

A sleek bun and dark cranberry lip added another layer of compelling intrigue.

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