2017 SAG Awards Red Carpet Rundown, Part 1

Posted on February 01, 2017

Kittens, are you completely SAG’d out? Are you SAGging all over the place? We got up this morning, took one look at the massive list of SAG Awards attendees we still haven’t applied our loving judgment to, downed our coffee and said “DAMN IT ALL, WE’RE DOING A RUNDOWN.” Then Tom added “DON’T TELL ME THE ODDS!” To which Lorenzo replied, “What?”

Anyway, it’s time to go from delicate, considered critiques, to using a forklift to get these people out of here.



Amanda Peet in Michael Kors

As black dresses go, it’s at least an interesting one. Probably a little too much going on, though.



Anna Chlumsky in Elizabeth Kennedy

We always find it hard to be kind in our assessments of her style. It’s just not … tasteful. Or particularly fresh.



Brie Larson in Jason Wu

The cantilevered boobs are unintentionally HILARIOUS. We bet people were unconsciously tilting their heads like puppies all night when they tried to talk to her.



Cara Buono in Georges Hobeika

Happy Valentine’s Day from Cara Buono to you.



Ellie Kemper in Wai Ming

For a velvet gown, it’s nicely sleek and bold, but the shoulder/sleeve kind of ruin it.



Emily Blunt in Roberto Cavalli

Embroidered skin is so not a good look. If the backing textile had been any color at all besides that one, this gown would be beautiful.



Gina Rodriguez in Patricia Bonaldi

It’s chasing the tail end of a trend, but it’s okay, we guess. Overbeaded, but okay.



James Marsden in Valentino

Just look at this asshole.



Joe Manganiello (in Ermenegildo Zegna) and Sofia Vergara (in Zuhair Murad)

Sofia, we say this with love and kind intentions: stop trying so hard to be a caricature and focus more on being a person. You are careening down a slope from “critically acclaimed comic actress” to “Gabor sister.”

Hey, Joe.



Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Lela Rose

At least she managed some gold and pattern this time. She’s been wearing black strapless gowns to so many events for so many years that we’re thrilled to see any minor variation.

It’s a bit literal, though.



Kate Hudson in Christian Dior

This looks somewhat okay in this shot, but on screen, the underboob sitch was a bit out of control. Credit to her for wearing something a little hard and dark, but she’d have been better off shooting for pretty.



Laura Carmichael in Christopher Kane

Pretty enough.


Maisie Williams in Charlie Brear

We have not liked her turn toward totally conventional style at all. Who knew Sophie Turner was going to turn out to be the edgy one?



Meryl Streep in Valentino

Mary Louise put a bird on it. A whole lot of times.

It’s too shapeless for us to like it.



Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji

Her man Tadashi did right by her again.



Shannon Purser in Christian Siriano

Perfectly rendered old school glamour.



Tracee Ellis Ross in Ulyana Sergeenko

The sleeves and waist are way too fussy for our tastes, but the gown would be totally generic without some sort of weirdness to it.



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