The Golden Globes are over and there’s still a month to go until the Oscars, so that can only mean one thing… the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Although the Awards are now in their 19th year, they’re not exactly known for being the most glamorous of the season, despite the stars still managing to wow on the red carpet. Sunday night’s event was like a pre-Oscars fashion show!
The theme of the night was most definitely monochrome, with only a few stars willing to get rainbow bright – perhaps the Oscars will be when we finally see an explosion of colour.
Winner of the Best Supporting Actress award, Hathaway led the all-black pack in this unique Giambattista Valli dress. Paired with her new cropped haircut and red lipstick, you would never guess that Anne was once frizzy-haired Mia Thermopolis in The Princess Diaries!
She may be suffering with pneumonia, and also ripped her dress en route to collect her award, but Best Actress award winner Jennifer still looked amazing in this navy Christian Dior gown. Lawrence topped the outfit off with a simple diamond necklace and ring.
Doing the British proud, Michelle looked super-sexy in vintage Chado Ralph Rucci. This revealing dress is certainly not something she could wear on the set of Downton Abbey, but it seemed to do the trick on Sunday, as the show picked up the trophy for Best Drama Series.
As always, Amanda got her red carpet look spot on. This fishtail Zac Posen frock is bang on trend, and was complimented by a long pendant necklace, with her beautiful golden locks swept to the side.
Adding a bit of sparkle to the night, The Impossible actress looked stunning in this Marchesa dress. Although she missed out on the Best Actress gong, her winning look more than made up for it.
Jessica Chastain or Jessica Rabbit? Channelling the sexiest cartoon character of all, Jessica pulls off this bold red Alexander McQueen gown effortlessly. Whoever said redheads can’t wear red was very, very wrong.
Showing the kids how it’s done, Julianne Moore wears a low cut Chanel dress, rocking the monochrome trend like only she could.