360º of SAG Awards 2013 Style
The super-sexy works all her curves in a barely there Donna Karan Atelier white lamé gown, bridal-esque white platforms and a million dollars worth of Neil Lane jewels.
She brought the drama in Les Mis and the best supporting actress brings it again in a striking black Giambattista Valli Haute Couture tulle dress featuring a sheer skirt, illusion neckline and embroidered corset.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: sticks to her favorite style elements (center-parted stick-straight strands, an elegant Vivienne Westwood Couture column gown and simple Fred Leighton jewelry) – and looks as good as ever.
Homeland’s resident complements her buzzworthy hair and makeup with an equally dramatic one-shoulder gown featuring contrasting accents along the slit (custom Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, of course, with shoes to match). She finishes the look with Neil Lane jewels.
One of our favorite redheads offsets her pretty hair with a playful black-and-white gown that features a daring neckline, a strappy back and floral appliqués.
The Modern Family mom leaves the minivan far behind in this daring leather Johanna Johnson dress with a plunging neckline in front (and back!), plus Neil Lane jewelry.
Scandal’s star goes for an unexpected look, including a pristine white Rodarte gown with a silvery lace hem and ruffle, plus a corset-style bodice, all topped off with Fred Leighton diamonds and the perfect ponytail.
At first we didn’t think we’d be able to talk about anything besides Freida’s short hair (turns out it’s a faux bob). Then she turned around in this hot pink Roland Mouret gown, and the discussion immediately shifted to the bow-adorned back.
The Vampire Diaries star picks a look that definitely doesn’t suck, including a bold pink Elie Saab short-sleeve column, Jimmy Choo heels and killer Neil Lane jewelry.
From the front, the Downton Abbey star’s Chado Ralph Rucci dress is simple and demure. From the side, the revealing sheer panels deliver a sexy view that would positively shock the Downton denizens.