The Screen Actors Guild Awards took place on Saturday, January 18th, and the red carpet was filled with stunning outfits:
Emilia Clarke looked dashing in a one cap sleeve metallic gown designed by Calvin Klein Collection, so it's no wonder she's the mother of dragons. Her series, Game of Thrones, was nominated for Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series and Outstanding action performance by a stunt ensemble in a comedy or drama series, winning the award for the latter.
Sandra Bullock wore an emerald strapless dress by Lanvin, complete with a slit and bow on the side. She paired it with Jimmy Choo cross strap shoes and she wore her hair up, looking radiant. The actress was nominated for Outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role, but lost to Cate Blanchett.
Helen Mirren won the award for Outstanding performance by a female actor in a television movie or miniseries, and she looked wonderful while accepting it. Her black and gold, long sleeve Escada gown was paired with Dolce&Gabbana shoes and long Neil Lane earrings. Elegant, age appropriate and perfectly suited for the occasion.
Maria Menonous surprised us with a Rani Zakhem gown, in pale pink, and worthy of a Greek goddess. We thought we've seen enough Greek-style dresses, but this one is different. The beaded bodice and Maria's smile make it totally work.
American Horror Story's Sarah Paulson looked incredible in an ankle length dress of vintage inspiration, designed by Rochas. She paired it with silver accessories (shoes by Manolo Blahnik and clutch by Roger Vivier) and natural hairstyle, as well as a pink lip.
Although her role in Mad Men doesn't allow her for too fancy outfits, Elizabeth Moss knows how to pick a red carpet gown! The red Michael Kors dress looked perfect with her red lips and slightly messy hairstyle, despite the actress not winning the awards for Outstanding performance by a female actor in a television movie or miniseries, where she was nominated.
Amy Adams knows how good electric blue looks with her hair color, and she's not afraid to show some (tasteful) skin. Her Antonio Berardi dress features a slit, asymmetrical neckline and jeweled belt, and it may have been good luck, as the actress and her co-stars won Outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture for American Hustle.
Downton Abbey was nominated for Outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series and didn't win, but Michelle Dockery's dress was definitely a winner. The combination of modest and sexy designed by J.Mendel featured a deep cleavage, side slit, and a classic combination of black and white.
Matthew McConaughey & Camilla Alves make a great couple, and we loved seeing them together on the red carpet. Matthew won Outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role for Dallas Buyers Club, for which he wore Dolce&Gabbana, while Camilla picked a yellow gown by Donna Karan Atelier.
Jennifer Lawrence may have not won the award for Outstanding performance by a female actor in a supporting role, but she kept her head up in a super-sparkly Dior dress and Jennifer Meyer teardrop earrings.