Hollywood’s biggest stars hit the red carpet at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. One of the night’s hottest trends was bold, bright colors. Specifically, radiant orchid and blues were the colors of the night. Amy Adams, Phyllis Logan, Oprah Winfrey, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus were among the gals in shades of blue. These were some of the best ladies and gentlemen to grace the red carpet for the evening.
Amy Adams, who won with the ensemble of American Hustle, wore a one-shouldered Antonio Berardi royal blue gown. She proved to be a perfect balance of glamour and sexy with the dress’s daring slit. Adams completed her look with chrome Jimmy Choo shoes and Cartier jewels.
Oprah Winfrey, nominated for her supporting work in Lee Daniel’s The Butler, was elegant in a deep purple Badgley Mischka frock, decked out with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. She was simply stunning.
Breaking Bad star Anna Gunn looked radiant in a sparkling blue dress by Monique Lhullier and Irene Neuwirth drop earrings to match. Anna’s best accessory was her Edie Parker clutch which featured “Br” and “Ba”–her show’s initials. It proved to be a good luck charm since she, along with the cast of Breaking, took home the prize for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series.
In another tone of blue was Lupita Nyong’o, who electrified the red carpet with her turquoise Gucci gown. Lupita’s bold dress featured a neckline of gold and turquoise floral embroidered straps. It was truly a one-of-a-kind master piece.
Gravity leading lady Sandra Bullock sparkled in an emerald Lanvin number. Sandra accessorized with a pair of Jimmy Choo silver heels and a matching Roger Vivier clutch. Her minimal jewelry look emphasized the radiance of the dress.
Modern Family star Sofia Vergara exuded retro-Hollywood style in a shimmering Donna Karan Atelier number and Amrapali jewelry. A perfect way to showcase her killer curves and body.
The men played with fashion, too, and they looked good. Bradley Cooper looked dapper in a Gucci suit. For a bit of texture and contrast to the black of his tux, Bradley sported a notched velvet lapel and a perfectly sized bowtie.
Double-nominee for his work in The Butler and Tina Fey’s 30 Rock, James Marsden was handsome and suave wearing a Valentino tuxedo, along with David Yurman cufflinks, a patterned handkerchief, and of course, that smile.