Holly Hunter In Paule Ka – 2018 SAG Awards

Holly Hunter was among the stars at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21).

The actress wore a metallic gold Paule Ka gown with everyone’s favorite feature: pockets!

Holly is definitely a no fuss kind of gal, and that translates to her red carpet wear, to be sure. The metallic hue is spot-on as far as trends go, and the gown fits her beautifully.

Her perfectly styled hair and simple makeup complete her look.


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Kate Hudson In Valentino – 2018 SAG Awards

Kate Hudson turned heads at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in Los Angeles, California, joining Yara Shahidi and Laura Linney.

We’ve seen the actress embrace different styles since shaving her head, yet this Valentino Pre-Fall 2018 gown was not something I expected from her.

Once I analyzed it more, it recalled the sweet femininity of her Stella McCartney separates she wore at her last appearance.

The heart-decorated dress was romantic, playful and Victorian all wrapped up with a black bow.

The Forevermark jewels and soft makeup prevented it from being cutesy.

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Allison Janney In Yanina Couture – 2018 SAG Awards

Allison Janney was also at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in LA—and, judging by her shiny statement, she also received the same magpie memo as Danielle Brooks.

The ‘I, Tonya’ actress and nominee dazzled in a custom Yanina Couture strong-shoulder gown with all-over gunmetal paillettes.

Allison seems to be a fan of simple silhouettes that are enhanced by a wow factor such as bold use of embellishment or colour. And, this retro-forward, liquid silver dress certainly fit that bill.

Sleek styling was the way to go here with those head-to-sleeve-to-toe sequins, so I’m glad she kept it simple and straightforward with her sleek ponytail and tonal jewels.

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Abbie Cornish In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini – 2018 SAG Awards

Abbie Cornish hit the red carpet at the 2018 SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 21).

The ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ actress wore a lovely Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini gown with black sandals and a black and gold clutch.

I am loving how unique this gown is. It’s not often you see white lace with so many various techniques happening all at once, but the ruffling, the stripes and the pleating in the lace all play in to each other beautiful, rather than competing for attention. Being a hybrid between a buckle and a bow, the black detailing is striking without being precious.

We’re clearly seeing a trend of stars leaving their hair down on the red carpet, and I love this easygoing, wavy blowout. Her simple makeup is just enough with the silver pop on the eyelids.

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Danielle Brooks In Marc Bouwer – 2018 SAG Awards

Danielle Brooks’ sequin game was strong at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in LA.

The ‘Orange Is The New Black’ actress donned a Marc Bouwer gown that prioritized a dynamic, ombre gradation of red to black tones.

I like how she kept the all-over embellishment and the plunge neckline on the classic side by virtue of her styling.

A simple Tadashi Shoji clutch along with elegant finger waves and minimal jewels completed the look, as the dress itself had enough dazzle.

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Yara Shahidi In Ralph Lauren Collection – 2018 SAG Awards

The first few looks on the red carpet at the 2018 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 21) in Los Angeles, California, have shown a lighter colour palette, but Yara Shahidi isn’t one to follow the pack.

She chose an inky black custom Ralph Lauren Collection jumpsuit.

The mix of the masculine draped trousers with the femininity of the full trailing bustle is striking, especially as it still has the clean lines that are a signature of the designer.

Her styling upped the glamorous factor thanks to the Tiffany & Co. jewels, glossy burgundy lipstick and her beautiful natural hair.

This is a look that is begging to be seen from all angles.

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Laura Linney In J. Mendel – 2018 SAG Awards

Laura Linney attended the 2018 SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 21).

The actress wore a J. Mendel gown with subtle diamond jewelry.

I am really perplexed about this look. I love a good cape moment, and the light pink is a lovely hue. The beaded feather print is also quite pretty. Yet, this doesn’t wow me. And it almost feels heavy, despite the light fabric and color.

Laura’s simple side-parted hair is beautiful (but perhaps an updo would have played into the look more?) and her smokey eye is perfectly dramatic.

So what’s the consensus: Are we loving this look, or is it too heavy?

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