The 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was a momentous event that celebrated the best in film and television. Hollywood’s elite gathered at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles last weekend to honor the phenomenal performances of their fellow actors, as well as the stellar work of artists and visionaries.
This year’s SAG Awards also brought out the style A-game of some of the most prominent names in the entertainment industry. We saw glamorous looks at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards and elegant ensembles at the 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards. This time, however, the prestigious ceremony served up a feast for the senses. There were bold colors, beautiful prints, flirty cutout details, and lots of shimmer and embellishments. Some celebrities stepped out in classic designer gowns, while others opted for more unconventional designs to spice up the red carpet.
Scroll through the images below for a look at some of the most memorable looks from the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards:
1. Alicia Vikander
Alicia Vikander displayed her style prowess once again in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton. Her fabulous column gown was sequined to perfection and it featured long sleeves, a bateau neckline, a thigh-high slit, and a patchwork print. The stunning actress always opts for minimal styling with carefully chosen pieces that complete her entire outfit. For this event, her hair cascaded down her back and was tucked behind her ears to show off those gorgeous earrings. She finished off her look with a pair of black suede heels from Louis Vuitton, which matched her dress perfectly. Hands down, Alicia Vikander was the best-dressed star of the night.
2. Kiernan Shipka
The always chic and adorable Kiernan Shipka looked darling in her brocade gown from Erdem. This violet-and-silver number features a sweetheart neckline, contrast black piping, a floor-length skirt, and an A-line silhouette. Kiernan kept her hair and makeup simple, and she capped off her look with jewels from Irene Neuwirth and Rebecca Designs.
3. Christina Ricci
Christina Ricci sashayed down the red carpet in a lovely Christopher Kane sleeveless gown in purple, green, and beige silk. It features a round neck, a floral lace bodice, a fitted waist, a pleated skirt, an A-line silhouette, and a tonal gradient effect. She styled it with a clutch from Rauwolf and jewels from Fred Leighton.
4. Sarah Hyland
Sarah Hyland made a stunning entrance in a sophisticated navy strapless gown from J. Mendel, which features a lace accent on the bodice and a thigh-high slit. She completed her look with a pair of black Giuseppe Zanotti heels and jewels from Ofira and Lorraine Schwartz.
5. Rachel McAdams
Rachel McAdams turned heads in a dramatic black floral gown from Elie Saab. It features short sleeves, a bateau neckline, beaded embellishments, and a sweeping train. She styled it with shoes from Brian Atwood and an assortment of jewelry from Harry Kotlar and Le Vian.
6. Tina Fey
Tina Fey made a fiery entrance in a scarlet silk chiffon gown from Prabal Gurung, which features a halter neckline and a floor-length skirt. She styled it with side-swept locks, a box clutch from Roger Vivier, diamonds from Mouawad, and heels from Jimmy Choo.
7. Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet looked elegant, as always, in a dark green gown from Giorgio Armani that showed off her curves. It features a notched neckline, cap sleeves, contrast black detailing, and a floor-length skirt. Her hair was styled in a chignon, and she finished off her look with nude makeup, a black clutch, and jewels from Neil Lane.
8. Brie Larson
All eyes were on Brie Larson as stepped out on the red carpet in a powder blue gown from Atelier Versace, which features strategically placed cutouts, a thigh-high slit, rope detail, an open back with a contrast orange strap, and a sleeveless design. Her hair was swept up in a chic updo, and she completed her look with diamonds from Tiffany & Co. and satin platform sandals from Roger Vivier.
9. Saoirse Ronan
Saoirse Ronan was pretty in pink at the 2016 SAG Awards. She wore a blush-colored embroidered gown from Michael Kors, which she styled with diamonds from Forevermark and platform heels from Giuseppe Zanotti.
10. Laverne Cox
Laverne Cox pulled an Angelina Jolie in her burgundy one-shoulder gown from Prabal Gurung, which features cutouts, draped detail, a floor-length skirt, and a thigh-high slit. She capped off her look with tousled waves, a clutch from Nathalie Trad, jewels from Lorraine Schwartz, and gold heels from Stuart Weitzman.
11. Rooney Mara
Rooney Mara was all about simple sophistication in a black gown from Valentino, which features a plunging neckline, a floor-length skirt, and a sleeveless design. She styled it with a sleek ponytail, nude makeup, and diamonds from Fred Leighton.
12. Anna Faris
Anna Faris infused a bit of a retro vibe in her red gown from Naeem Khan, which features a high neck, short sleeves, a low back, a thigh-high slit, and a floor-length skirt. She finished off her look with a chic updo, a clutch from Tyler Alexandra, diamonds from Norman Silverman, and a pair of champagne heels.
13. Kristen Wiig
In a sea of floor-length dresses and designer gowns, Kristen Wiig stood out in her black-and-white jumpsuit from Roland Mouret. It features a one-shoulder neckline, an embellished bodice, cropped trousers, and a sleeveless design. Her hair was styled in a low ponytail, and she completed her look with a clutch from Jimmy Choo, jewels from Niwaka, and heels from Miu Miu.
14. Sophie Turner
Sophie Turner brought drama and allure on the red carpet in a navy-and-black off-the-shoulder gown with a full floral skirt from Carolina Herrera. She styled it with simple hair and makeup, diamonds from Chanel Fine Jewelry, and sandals from Jimmy Choo.
15. Viola Davis
Viola Davis looked like a winner in her lavender structured gown from Zac Posen, which features a notched neckline and an off-the-shoulder design. She styled it with a chic bob, dark berry lips, and jewels from Buccellati.
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What do you think of the red carpet looks at the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards? Which one’s your favorite?