2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet Rundown, Part One

Posted on January 27, 2015

Let’s DO this!

 

 

Matthew McCounaghey (in Brioni) and Camila Alves (in Donna Karan Atelier)
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 His head is problematic and his hems are too long, but these are the only complaints. Sometimes these two come off a little tacky, but tonight they look colorfully chic. Her dress is gorgeous and his jacket makes the perfect complement.

 

 

Natalie Dormer in Naeem Khan
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Shower curtain.

 

 

Alysia Reiner in Christian Siriano
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 WAY too drag queen.

 

 

Naomi Watts in Balenciaga
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Getting the job done.

 

 

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Monique Lhuillier
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ENOUGH WITH THE WIDOW DRESSES, JULIA.

 

 

Maisie Williams
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This is very cute. On someone just slightly older, we’d hate the gold pumps but they give the whole look a “girls just wanna have fun” feel to it that suits her.

 

 

Dascha Polanco
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Bridal drag queen.

The cast of Orange is the New Black is being styled by a team of drag queens, it would seem.

 

 

Rashida Jones in Emanuel Ungaro
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 We wish the waist was a little more defined because otherwise, this looks a little “poolside” to us. Even so, we like this for her. She can handle the print.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie in Giles
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Mega-Marilyn.

 

 

Julie Bowen in Georges Hobeika Couture
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The Invisible Woman.

 

 

Mayim Bialik in Christian Siriano
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 This is yet another cha-cha drag dress, but she needs any embellishments she can live with – because she can’t live with many. Our point is, she has a lot of requirements toward protecting her own modesty and we’ll take any flair (or flare) we can get out of her. It would have been nice with just a little bit of beading, maybe around the neckline and cuffs.

 

 

Amanda Peet in J. Mendel
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Over complicated and in a color that doesn’t look good on her at all.

 

 

Laverne Cox in Johanna Johnson
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 Ooof. Honey, we can’t. You are so much better when you go for fiercely feminine chic, but unfortunately, you keep landing on “drag” and we know that’s not what you want. The train, the satin, all that weirdly placed silver trim – it’s just not good. The pseudo-Princess Leia hair isn’t doing much for you either. Rich colors and sleekness, with relatively minimal embellishments, doll. That’s your wheelhouse.

 

 

Joanne Froggatt in Honor
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It’s a bit too mermaid for us, but it’s the most glamorous we’ve seen her look. Girl is poledancing like crazy.

 

 

Andrea Riseborough in Escada
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From the part of the thrift store with the hand-labeled sign that reads “Nixon Daughter.”

 

 

Amy Poehler in Jenny Packham
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Not at all flattering to her, especially when seen from the side. At the very least, she could’ve benefitted from a less extreme neckline.

 

 

Natasha Lyonne in Proenza Schouler
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 Pretty. Would love to see her do something interesting with her hair. We know she can’t cut it because of her role, but there are better ways to style a thick head of hair than this.

 

 

Anna Chlumsky in Escada
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Superhero costume.

 

 

Lorelai Linklater in Honor
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The only situation in which this look would work is if she was tied to a stake and just starting to catch fire.

 

 

Emilia Clarke in Donna Karan Atelier
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 We find ourselves wanting to adjust the straps a little, and we don’t much like this hair style for her, but it’s minimalist elegance overall.

 

 

 

 

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