Earlier this month the Golden Globes produced an impressive display of celebrities wearing black in support of the #TimesUp initiative. The 2018 SAG awards took the movement to whole other level – there wasn’t an all-black statement on the red carpet, but for the first time ever, all the presenters at the ceremony were women.
Here we look at the fashion on the red carpet – here are our 12 favourite red-carpet looks from the SAG Awards.
Danielle Brooks, the star of Orange is The New Black sparkled at the SAG Awards. She was wearing a red and black long-sleeved Marc Bouwer sequin gown.
Nicole Kidman was elegant, as usual, in her couture Armani sequin gown.
The epitome of grace and class: Tracee Ellis Ross was the queen of the red carpet in her couture Ralph and Russo gown.
Yara Shahidi wore a custom-made black Ralph Lauren jumpsuit, proving once more that her style is on a whole other level.
The ladybird of the night, Saoirse Ronan, wore a pink ribbon-belt Louis Vuitton dress.
Halle Berry dazzled at the SAG Awards in a sparkling, handmade custom Pamella Roland gown with a plunging neckline.
Lupita Nyong’o looks simply stunning in her glittery-grey Ralph & Russo gown.
Millie Bobby Brown an was an example of quirky style at its most elegant. Not many of us can pair Converse with a sequin Calvin Klein halter neck dress and get away with it – plus her pigtail-bun hairstyle with bows. It’s perfect.
Dakota Fanning was glowing in her pastel-pink Prada gown.
Margot Robbie turned heads as soon as she stepped on the red carpet. And when we take a look at her pale Miu Miu gown with feather detailing, it’s easy to see why.
Sequins were a dominant trend for the night, and Susan Sarandon’s number definitely stood out from the crowd. The actress paired her figure-hugging blue sequin dress with chic sunglasses. What could be better?
Allison Janney, wore an armour-like silver Yanina couture dress.
The SAG Awards fashion was dominated by sparkle and shine, but the event itself was still full of meaningful statements. Just a reminder that we can indeed fight for gender justice in haute couture.
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