SAG Style: Kate Hudson, Diane Kruger
It was the stars’ time to shine at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in L.A. on Jan. 23, but not everyone rose to the occasion. We grade the looks. (Click here to see the complete picture gallery with all the night’s looks.)
After a few not-quite-successful attempts at wearing white down the red carpet, the actress found her perfect match with this sleek Emilio Pucci dress that was all business in the front and all danger in the back.
She may not have won Best Actress for Samantha Who?, but there was no question that Applegate was a vision in a breezy Roberto Cavalli gown.
Though she’s a fresh face on the red carpet, the Glee star still managed to be the portrait of Old Hollywood glamour in this emerald Catherine Malandrino dress.
The Inglourious Basterds star paired her beautifully pleated, unusually hued gown by Jason Wu (a favorite designer of the First Lady) with a killer red pout to glorious effect.
It could have been Björk & the Swan: The Sequel. But leave it to the French actress to pull off the most fashion-forward look of the night in a feathered-hem Elie Saab.
Call it a case of the right dress on the wrong person: This boho-brilliant Oscar de la Renta gown was wasted on Kidman, who tends to dazzle in more classic styles.
It’s painful to watch the good ones go to the dark side, like when the usually stylish Louis-Dreyfus showed up in this ruched Dolce & Gabbana disaster.
With Grey Gardens wrapping up its awards campaign, we hope Barrymore can stop channeling Little Edie — and start running a brush through that hair (and those brows!).
You know how much we love Kate Hudson’s A+ white gown? That’s how much we hate this single-sleeved monstrosity on the Modern Family mother.