The 18th Annual SAG Awards
The 18th Annual SAG Awards
The Help's Emma Stone worked a flirty '50s-inspired dress from Alexander McQueen. She finished the look with sexy ankle-strap heels, a knuckle-duster clutch and Tiffany & Co. jewelry including Paloma Picasso earrings and a stack of four Jean Schlumberger rings.
"I go on instinct, just like anything in my life," Best Actress nominee Michelle Williams said of how she chose her Valentino gown in the label's classic red hue. The My Week With Marilyn star's look featured an asymmetrical hemline and lace insets, and she accessorized with a Lanvin box clutch, custom Roger Vivier heels and Fred Leighton jewelry.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
"It's fun to wake up and play with your kids and then go out and hang out with your friends," said Angelina Jolie of her pre-awards show ritual. The actress, who attended with her Best Actor-nominated beau Brad Pitt, chose a black draped-front gown by Jenny Packham, and accessorized with House of Lavande bracelet and earrings, Platt Boutique rings, Gucci shoes, and a Louis Vuitton bag.
Showcasing her love of color, Jessica Chastain selected an unadorned cerulean blue gown from Calvin Klein Collection and matching Harry Winston sapphires. She completed the look with a dramatic side part and retro waves.
The Artist's Berenice Bejo added some color to her Ralph Lauren Collection platinum beaded gown with a magnificent amethyst pendant necklace from Chopard's Temptations Collection. She carried a silver crystal Swarovski clutch.
Presenter (and new mom!) Natalie Portman looked glam in a plum chiffon Giambattista Valli haute couture gown accented with Harry Winston ruby and diamond jewels, a sparkling Judith Leiber clutch and satin Jimmy Choo sandals.
Glee nom Lea Michele was a small-screen siren in a seductive high-slit Atelier Versace creation. She finished off her look with jewel-encrusted accessories, Lorraine Schwartz gems and metallic Casadei stilettos.
"I'm surprised I'm still standing," Best Actress nominee Viola Davis said of the towering Jimmy Choo heels that accessorized her strapless white and gold Marchesa gown. "They are fabulous, though." And choosing her outfit was a family affair-both her husband and daughter supported her look. "If he approves, that's big," The Help star said. As for her daughter: "She tried on all my jewelry!" The offspring-approved baubles were from Cathy Waterman, while her clutch was by Judith Leiber.
"I never go out to these events without bling-bling," said Sofia Vergara of her Lorraine Schwartz jewelry. The brilliant gems coordinated flawlessly with her formfitting Marchesa gown. Finishing touches included a Thale Blanc clutch and Casadei pumps.
"This is Calvin Klein," said The Good Wife star Julianna Margulies of her floral-embellished lavender gown. She accessorized with Marcy Miller jewelry and Casadei heels.
Glee star Dianna Agron played up the minimal magenta design of her V-neck ruffle gown from Carolina Herrera with an intricate fishtail hairband updo, a Salvatore Ferragamo bag and diamond earrings, bracelets and ring by Fred Leighton.
"Every morning I wake up looking like this," Emily Blunt joked of her stunning emerald Oscar de la Renta gown, Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, silver Jimmy Choo sandals and blush Swarovski clutch. Said husband John Krasinski: "She looks like this every morning-I have an eye mask and I don’t take it off until she looks like this."
The Bridesmaids star and Best Supporting Actress nominee chose a navy draped design with a beaded cowlneck by Badgley Mischka, and accessorized with Neil Lane jewelry and a Badgley Mischka crystal clutch.
Stacy Keibler and George Clooney
"I borrowed it from John Krasinski," Best Actor nominee George Clooney joked of the origins behind his classic black tuxedo. "No, he's much shorter than me." Laughs aside-Giorgio Armani designed his look, while date Stacy Keibler chose a cap-sleeve gown by Marchesa made of feminine black lace. Her drop earrings were courtesy of Palladium Jewelry by Jacob & Co. and her clutch came from Judith Leiber.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role nominee Tilda Swinton channeled a Greek goddess in a draped ivory Lanvin gown, a topaz Pomellato ring and a single gold cuff from Fred Leighton.
Each bead and sequin on The Descendants' star Shailene Woodley's coral and mint floral motif gown was hand-embroidered, courtesy of New York designer L'Wren Scott. Her jewelry was from Irene Neuwirth.
Diane Lane, nominated for Best Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries for her role Cinema Verite, chose a one-shoulder hammered satin teal blue gown by David Meister. A soft ponytail, matching clutch, Bulgari diamond-and-topaz drop earrings, and a wrist-skimming Neil Lane sapphire bracelet completed her look.
Glee's Jayma Mays looked great from all angles in her multi-sequined Reem Acra gown with a black lace inset. Her jewelry was courtesy of Neil Lane and clutch by Judith Leiber.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role nominee Glenn Close chose a regal navy tulle and taffeta Zac Posen gown with a fishtail hem, Fred Leighton jewelry and a black crystal Swarovski minaudiere.
Va-va-va-voom! Zoe Saldana posed in a crystal-studded Givenchy haute couture gown and lots of Tiffany & Co. diamonds.
"Once I tried this on I was like, 'Yes, definitely,'" Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig said of her Balenciaga halter design. "That was it!" She accessorized with bracelets, rings, earrings, and a 19th-century diamond lattice choker by Fred Leighton, and swept her strands into a soft updo.
The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco went all-out princess in an aquamarine Romona Keveza ballgown. She completed her look with Martin Katz jewelry, a Judith Leiber bag, natural makeup and a romantic braided updo.
Double nominee Octavia Spencer gave a nod to the '60s style of The Help in an embellished silver Tadashi Shoji gown accented with a bouffant updo, diamond Irene Neuwirth chandeliers and a Judith Leiber minaudiere-a far cry from her onscreen uniform! She had only compliments for her Stuart Weitzman shoes: "I've been walking in them for about 30 minutes and I'm happy."
Kyra Sedgwick, who earned a Best Actress in a Drama Series nomination, played peek-a-boo with her red Emilio Pucci floor-sweeping gown featuring side slits and an open back. "These are family tattoos," The Closer star said of her clearly visible ink. She further adorned herself with Fred Leighton jewelry and metallic Casadei pumps.
30 Rock nominee Tina Fey stood tall in a chic black vintage Versace column strung with ropes of beads at the bodice. She finished off the look with shoulder-dusting Lorraine Schwartz earrings and a dramatic red manicure.
30 Rock star Katrina Bowden had an exciting new accessory to go with her strapless white Amsale gown-a shiny new engagement ring, courtesy of her rocker beau Ben Jorgensen of the band Armor for Sleep. "I'm very excited to show it off," she said. Her other gems came from Neil Lane, while her bag was courtesy of Judith Leiber.
"I got dressed with all my screaming children at home," said Modern Family's Julie Bowen. Despite the chaotic prep, she succeeded in accessorizing an elegant Temperley London gown with a Judith Leiber minaudiere and Martin Katz gems, which she wore sans security guard: "I think in amp#91;Katz'samp#93; world this is nothing, this is like a sliver. I don't think I have to give it back, right?"
"I love a jumpsuit, I'm a big fan," said Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne said of her sequin Elie Saab creation. "[Along] with this haircut, it was kind of a '70s inspiration." She rounded out the look with Chanel fine jewelry, a Lena Erziak bag and Jimmy Choos.
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role nominee Meryl Streep chose a Vivienne Westwood ensemble for her walk down the red carpet. "A little British designer," she joked. She added vintage jewelry from Fred Leighton.