Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jane Krakowski In Roland Mouret - 2014 SAG Awards

Jane Krakowski brought a whiff of crave-worthy colour to the 2014 SAG Awards, held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on Saturday (January 18).

While she went for electric blue at Entertainment Weekly’s SAG celebration the day before, today the ’30 Rock’ actress stunned in gorgeous jade green, opting for another look by Roland Mouret.

The sleek column gown likewise featured the designer’s signature use of asymmetry and architecturally draped bodice, all impeccably tailored.

Letting the eye-catching colour do most of the work here, Jane accessorized with a richly hued, green Rauwolf octagonal clutch and emerald-toned statement earrings by Vhernier.

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Katrina Bowden In Badgley Mischka - 2013 SAG Awards

Katrina Bowden attended the 2014 SAG Awards on Saturday night (January 18) at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles, California.

The ’30 Rock’ beauty wore black Badgley Mischka Pre-Fall 2014 with a gold, beaded neckline.

Although there are certainly differences, for me this dress was just a bit too evocative of the black and gold Alexander McQueen dresses that Salma Hayek wore to the 2013 Academy Awards and Kate Hudson wore to the 2013 Golden Globes.

The look would have also have been improved by pulling her hair up so that it didn’t hide the neckline, which is the gown’s key feature, particularly because she didn’t opt for any dramatic accessories.

Not a bad look but no point for panache or originality here.

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Gretchen Mol In J.Mendel – 2014 SAG Awards

Gretchen Mol looked white hot on the red carpet at the 2014 SAG Awards Saturday in Los Angeles (January 18).

The ‘Boardwalk Empire’ actress wore a modern, short-sleeved J. Mendel gown and shoes, both from the designer’s Spring 2014 collection with Kwiat jewels.

It’s not every day you can say a dress looks as perfect on the red carpet as it did on the runway, but this is one such occasion.

Gretchen looks gorgeous in this mesh and draped creation, and the front slit is just the right amount of sexy.

Simple curls in her blonde bob and raspberry lips complement the white look perfectly.

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Posted by Emily L. Foley on January 19th, 2014 In: Gretchen Mol, J.Mendel, Runway To Red Carpet, SAG Awards

Anna Gunn In Monique Lhuillier - 2014 SAG Awards

Anna Gunn was positively statuesque at the 2014 SAG Awards (January 18) at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.

The ‘Breaking Bad’ actress sparkled in midnight blue Monique Lhullier Resort 2014 with black beading. She accessorized with Irene Neuwirth jewelry and an Edie Parker clutch emblazoned with the ‘Breaking Bad’ logo.

Black and navy is such an elegant and underrated color combination and Anna wears it beautifully. The halter neckline is flattering and the fit is flawless.

Anna would have knocked it out of the ballpark with a chicer hairstyle that better matched the style of the dress and showed off her dramatic earrings. The tousled waves are just a touch too casual.

Even so, it’s one of Anna’s best looks to date.

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Posted by Suzanne Klein on January 19th, 2014 In: Anna Gunn, Monique Lhuillier, Runway To Red Carpet, SAG Awards

Sarah Hyland In Pamella Roland - 2014 SAG Awards

Sarah Hyland attended the 2014 SAG Awards, held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on Saturday (January 18).

The ‘Modern Family’ starlet and best ensemble nominee continued her pink streak from the 2014 Golden Globes, this time in a subtle, ballet-pink shade that I found far more striking in spite of its softness.

While I have a love-hate relationship with high-low gowns, I found myself quite charmed by this strapless Pamella Roland Spring 2014 design, especially the gathered bodice and the architectural, cape-like back. The dress also had every girl’s dream—pockets.

Adding some fun dazzle were embellished Jimmy Choo ‘Cardinal’ pumps and a Jimmy Choo silver ‘Carmen’ clutch, alongside sparkling Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

I’m so glad she didn’t wear a necklace, instead completing the look with unfussy, side-swept waves and natural, blush-toned makeup.

Sarah can be a red-carpet wild card when it comes to her style, but this is how to do a modern-day princess look. Do you agree?

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