SAG Awards 2020 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 22, 2020

We’ve milked this one enough, wouldn’t you say? Sorry to the following celebrities, but it’s getting late and y’all didn’t rate a spotlight post, so drive-by judging it is.

 

 

Allison Janney in Pamella Roland

The white band and the fringe give it some interest, but we don’t love the weird shape of it and it’s hard for us to sign off on fringe. Having said all that, she still looks great.

 

 

Anna Paquin in Carolina Herrera

A classic look, without much fuss, which strikes us as very “her.” It’s good, but we think the severe hair is a cliche at this point.

 

 

Christina Applegate in Monique Lhuillier

Here’s an example of a relatively small scale, neutral-colored print that photographs really well (unlike Awkwafina’s) – and she’s perfectly styled.

 

 

Dakota Fanning in Valentino

There was an unusually high amount of bare midriffs at this event. We don’t suppose we mind, but we really don’t like the color.

 

 

Danai Gurira in Mugler

Frickin’ fabulous. Sometimes simple really is best, so long as the color is strong and the fit is perfect (which it isn’t unforch; give those ladies room to breathe).

 

 

Erin Doherty in Giambattista Valli

She was easily our favorite part of The Crown’s third season in her role as the droll and dry Princess Anne, but we really hate this look. Way too little girl’s bedroom. And those sleeve puffs are silly.

 

 

Glenn Close in Oscar de la Renta

Gorgeously unique, stately as hell, and absolutely perfect for her.

 

 

Helena Bonham Carter in Self-Portrait

It’s good that she’s gotten a bit away from her steampunk rut, and we do like the dress for her, but those shoes are hideous and the point of that sheer jacket eludes us.

 

 

Julia Butters in Dsquared2

HOW FREAKING FABULOUS IS THIS LITTLE DIVA? She was easily one of the best parts of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and it turns out she’s also quite the budding fashionista. This is fabulous.

 

 

Kaitlyn Dever in Ralph Lauren

Pretty great, but the new vogue for clunky platforms is starting to kill us.

 

 

Lili Reinhart in Miu Miu

If that skirt sat just a little lower and they removed at least 3 rows of ruffles from it, we’d love this.

 

 

Logan Browning in Jason Wu

Absolutely stunning color. She’s perfectly styled. Our only quibble is with the two flounces hanging off the bust.

 

 

Margaret Qualley in Chanel

ATTAGIRL. You FINALLY figured our your look! Go with this one, Margaret. Stick with it.

 

 

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton

We love her, but that is a terrible choice for a nominee. It didn’t hurt her win, but it sure made it a lot less newsworthy for sites like ours.

 

 

Nathalie Emmanuel in Miu Miu

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Wait. You’re serious.

 

 

Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Armani Privé

We love this gal and think she’s innately chic, but we can’t sign off on a mesh top over a bandeau, even if it is custom Armani.

 

 

Rachel Brosnahan in Stella McCartney

Pretty. We kinda wish the blingy effect had carried down a little more to the dress.

 

 

Samira Wiley in Adeam

Not a hundred percent feeling the asymmetry, but the style and color look great on her.

 

 

Storm Reid in Giambattista Valli Couture

Cute, except for the bust-sleeves.

 

 

Winona Ryder in Dior Couture

She will never not be Lydia Deetz and it’s to her credit that she can still work this look 30 years later and come off chic and stylish.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: David Gabber/PRPhotos.com, Hahn Lionel/ABACA/INSTARimages.com, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com]

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