SAG Awards 2018 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 23, 2018

Darlings, let’s put these last few stragglers to bed. They didn’t fail to interest us. It’s just that time and awards season march on, and with the Oscar noms out today, it’s time to put the run-ups to bed and face forward for the final mile of Olympic level poledancing. So to speak.

Anyway, why are you just sitting there? Let’s judge!


Caleb McLaughlin in Louis Vuitton (Jacket) and Antonio Marras (Pants)

Love every last bit of it.



Chrissy Metz in Kate Spade New York

Great color, beautiful drape and perfect style for her. We just think the craft store flowers could’ve used some editing.



Dacre Montgomery in Giorgio Armani

He’s hitting that sleazy-suave thing really hard. It’s a beat. Not many others in his age group are doing it. Go with God, son.



Danielle Brooks in Marc Bouwer

This is FABULOUS.  Personal best for her.



Elisabeth Moss in Adam Selman

Skipping  past our usual impulse to declare the lack of color dull, it’s the style that really lets her down. This was not the night for generic looks. Maybe they’ve run out of black dresses.



Emily V. Gordon (in Talbot Runhof)
and Kumail Nanjiani (in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture)

Love them. That’s a fabulous fit and color on her. He’s looking impeccable, as usual.



Geena Davis in Anel Verna




Holly Hunter in Paule Ka

It took us a while to come around, because we’re not inclined to love that color, but it really suits her and it stands out on the red carpet. This is a great choice for her because it’s fuss-free in the way she prefers, but with just a touch of grandiosity to rise to the occasion.



Justin Hartley in Saint Laurent

Nice, but someone didn’t zhuzh his pants after he got out of the limo.



Kimiko Glenn in Peter Langner

That skirt is vaguely ridiculous, but we’re surprised by how much we like this. It’s playful, but the subdued color keeps it from feeling too frivolous. And she looks great in it.



Kristen Bell in J. Mendel

The dress is somewhat standard in style and shape, but the color is lovely on her.



Mandy Moore in Ralph Lauren

She never looked this good. Lesson learned, lady: you need very simple looks and glamour styling. Stop going for the quirky, high-fashion stuff. You’re a pageant queen, girl.



Marisa Tomei in Laura Basci

Attending her niece’s wedding.



Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson

They’re such a striking couple. Her dress is simple to the point of being fairly generic, but the color looks amazing on her and this is one time when a pair of tricky, focus-pulling sandals make the look. He’s impeccable.



Milo Ventimiglia in Brunello Cucinelli

Just arrived her from Abraham Lincoln’s funeral, apparently.



Niecy Nash in Julea Domani

Once again, we bow down to this woman’s shapewear and commitment to fit. She never gets it wrong and she always looks amazing. There have been a lot of ruffly sleeves lately, but this is the first time we’ve seen them that they really work. It takes some curves.


Noah Schnapp in Stella McCartney




Rita Moreno




Ryan Michelle Bathe (in Gemy Maalouf)
and Sterling K. Brown (in Giorgio Armani)

She got featured in our post on the pink trend. He looks fine, as always.


Sade Sink in Chanel

The bottom portion of the skirt looks flimsy and unresolved to us. It’s a chic dress aside from that.



Taylor Schilling in Diane von Furstenberg

Simple, but that’s how she should do it. Works for us.



Timothée Chalamet in Calvin Klein

Love the red stripe and the shoes.



Winona Ryder

Serving up Lydia Deetz Chic, as always.



Yvonne Strahovski in Ester Abner

Ooof. No, honey. We’re afraid not.



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