26.01.15

Camila Alves In Donna Karan Atelier – 2015 SAG Awards

Camila Alves In Donna Karan Atelier - 2015 SAG Awards

Camila Alves commanded attention on the red carpet of the 2015 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 25) at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

Working an aubergine Donna Karan gown to perfection, she blew me away with this outing. The strapless design glided over her curves, with the draped detailing and side train delivering an enticing sense of drama.

This is a perfect example of the difference that colour can make. The power of this eggplant hue is significant, whereas the same gown in black would have not had nearly the same impact.

The minimal styling also took the look to the next level; simple diamond earrings and an Aldo clutch, along with sun-touched makeup and side-parted locks enhanced rather than competed with the dress, while showcasing Camila’s natural beauty.

J’adore.

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26.01.15

Sophia Bush In Vivienne Westwood – 2015 SAG Awards

Sophia Bush In Vivienne Westwood - 2015 SAG Awards

Sophia Bush attended the 2015 SAG Awards held on Sunday evening (January 25) at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

The ‘Chicago PD’ actress wore a red, corseted Vivienne Westwood dress with an Edie Parker clutch and Irene Neuwirth jewelry.

Sophia’s whole look isn’t working, which is disappointing following a show stopping appearance at Entertainment Weekly’s event last night honouring SAG Awards nominees. The shape of the bodice makes her look oddly proportioned, the skirt isn’t falling quite right, the jewelry is inappropriately casual, and the bag and shoes don’t match at all.

The hair and make-up are to die for at least so, from the neck up, two thumbs up.

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26.01.15

Reese Witherspoon In Giorgio Armani – 2015 SAG Awards

Reese Witherspoon In Giorgio Armani - 2015 SAG Awards

Reese Witherspoon graced the red carpet at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday (January 25) in L.A., hosted at the Shrine Auditorium.

The ‘Wild’ star look radiant in a custom Giorgio Armani gown. The white one-shoulder design with matte sequin detailing along the neckline was a lovely pick for the actress.

White is often a difficult colour to pull off, but Reese did so flawlessly. The nominee accessorized with drop earrings, a cocktail ring, and bracelet compliments of Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston.

Opting to go with a dramatic side part ponytail and bold lip colour was an effortless beauty pairing that meshed well with the white gown.

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Julianna Margulies In Giambattista Valli Couture – 2015 SAG Awards

Julianna Margulies In Giambattista Valli Couture - 2015 SAG Awards

Julianna Margulies swept onto the red carpet of the 2015 SAG Awards held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (January 25).

‘The Good Wife’ actress and SAG nominee joined the evening’s bold-colour brigade by wearing one of my favourite red-carpet hues.

The saturated cobalt-blue Giambattista Valli Spring 2014 Couture gown was without its original, black top, which I didn’t necessarily miss. But I did long for the polished drama of the runway’s draped full skirt, which translated more clumsily on the red carpet.

A Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, Jimmy Choo ‘Lucille’ black sandals and Fred Leighton jewels finished out the look.

The colour had me at hello, especially with Julianna’s jet-black locks; yet I wanted to say goodbye to the more messy silhouette of this dress from the waist down.

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Andrea Riseborough In Escada – 2015 SAG Awards

AndreaRiseboroughInEscada2015SAGAwards

Andrea Riseborough attended Sunday’s (January 25) 2015 SAG Awards, hosted at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.

The ‘Birdman’ actress stayed true to her love of green hues and wore a sea green version of an Escada Pre-Fall 2015 design with a Swarovski clutch.

After such red carpet success like this metallic and feather design, it’s a disappointment to see the ‘Birdman’ actress looking not her best in this gown.

I can appreciate Andrea’s bold choice with an unusual colour and architectural bow detail at the halter neckline, but I wish the gown was enhancing versus masking her figure.

I applaud Andrea’s tricky and brave style choice–that’s what fashion is all about, after all–but I don’t love the end result. What’s your take?

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