Laura Carmichael In Vionnet – 2015 SAG Awards

Laura Carmichael In Vionnet - 2015 SAG Awards

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

The ‘Downton Abbey’ actress wore a white dress with a sheer, patterned skirt from Vionnet Spring 2015.

I’m absolutely wild for this whole look. It’s edgy and modern and sexy and it doesn’t hurt that Laura has legs for days. Drop earrings were a perfect finishing touch. The night is still young but I’m calling it now that this one will place Laura among the evening’s best dressed.

The dress had a lot going on and Laura made an excellent decision not over styling it. Beachy hair, red lips and simple shoes complete what I consider a perfect look.

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Emmy Rossum In Armani Privé – 2015 SAG Awards

Emmy Rossum In Armani Privé - 2015 SAG Awards 2

Emmy Rossum made a glittering entrance at the 2015 SAG Awards on Sunday (January 25) when she took to the red carpet at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore an Armani Privé Spring 2014 look that radiated with a subtle shimmer from every angle. Embroidered with Swarovski crystals, the top and full gold skirt were overlaid with grey crinoline lace for a dimensional, enchanted effect.

A diamond necklace added even more sparkle to the look for good measure. But the take-your-breath-away gown was a jewel piece in its own right, so it could have certainly stood on its own.

A loosely pulled-back updo and a beautiful smokey eye contributed a smoldering touch to this striking, fairytale statement.

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Gwendoline Christie In Giles – 2015 SAG Awards

Gwendoline Christie In Giles - 2015 SAG Awards

Gwendoline Christie joined her ‘Game of Thrones’ castmates at the 2015 SAG Awards held on Sunday evening (January 25) at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore a cherry-red Giles dress with matching red lipstick.

Despite the red hot color, this look left me cold. The dress is pretty but the fabric is so rumpled that it’s all I can look at and the earrings don’t quite gel with the overall look.

On the beauty front, the lipstick is too matchy-matchy for my taste. And it looks like she was going for a modern interpretation of finger waves in her hair but it comes off looking a bit undone.

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26.01.15

Julianne Moore In Givenchy Couture – 2015 SAG Awards

Julianne Moore In Givenchy Couture - 2015 SAG Awards 2

Julianne Moore glowed, per usual, on the red carpet on Sunday (January 25) at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards, hosted at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.

I’m a big fan of Julianne’s sartorial choices–she always manages to look flawless and modern with her constant lean towards interesting details and shapes. And her SAG Awards choice of Givenchy Couture was no different.

The rich emerald hue looked impeccable against Julianne’s porcelain skin and fiery locks. The simple silhouette allowed for the beading, which gave the gown some movement, to take center stage–err, red carpet.

Julianne punctuated her red carpet style with jewels by Chopard jewels in the form of circular purple stone earrings and a stack of glittery rings.

What do you think of Julianne’s SAG style?

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26.01.15

Joanne Froggatt In Honor – 2015 SAG Awards

Joanne Froggatt In Honor - 2015 SAG Awards

Joanne Froggatt glided onto the red carpet of the 2015 SAG Awards, hosted at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on Sunday evening (January 25).

Having just attended Entertainment Weekly’s party for Screen Actors Guild nominees yesterday, the ‘Downton Abbey’ star exchanged colour-block boldness for all-black elegance.

The sophistication of this Honor mermaid gown, which flares into a dramatic full-skirt and train, cannot be denied. And she has accessorized the look perfectly with a subtle Ferragamo clutch, Stuart Weitzman heels, and some well-placed sparkle via Jacob & Co. jewels.

Keeping her décolletage sans necklace was her best decision here, what with the architecture of the gown’s pointed bodice.

Sideswept blonde waves and a smokey eye put a modern spin on this fine example of old Hollywood glamour.

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