Jennifer Lawrence, Keira Knightley, Julia Roberts and Emma Stone lead the style winners...
It was a double whammy weekend in Hollywood as the Producers Guild and Screen Actors Guild Awards both took place over the last two days. Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore scooped yet more major accolades, while on the red carpet there were tons of prize-worthy looks worth knowing about. Spring colours are finally coming through, moving on from the white-out that dominated the Golden Globes, as Keira Knightley and Felicity Jones led the trend charge. Here’s our pick of the looks you need to know about from the weekend…
Nailing not one, but two stunning ensembles, Keira’s first outing was at the Producers Guild Awards in kaleidoscopic Chanel (below). For Sunday’s SAG awards (above) she raised the bar again, donning a plum lace Erdem gown like no maternity wear we’ve ever seen before. Offsetting the pretty dress with smokey eyes and an edgy diamond ear cuff, Keira proved that she really is going to be the best-dressed mum ever.
Stop the press – Jennifer is wearing Prada. Yes, the Dior devotee has quit her habit, introducing new labels into her wardrobe for, we think, the first time ever. Attending the PGAs, Jennifer chose a dress with a similar construction to Rosamund Pike’s Vera Wang number at the Golden Globes, but the chain mail panelling gives it some much-needed structure. See the gallery above for 360 view.
Perfect pinstripes over watercolour flowers? Lupita’s done it again in this Elie Saab gown, expertly drawing the eye around her curves to emphasise her stunning figure. She keeps the beauty simple with a braided bun and berry lips.
Jen looks positively statuesque in vintage John Galliano – an actual golden girl. Hiring new stylist Micaela Erlanger (the woman also responsible for Lupita’s marathon of epic looks) could well be the best sartorial decision Ms Aniston has ever made.
Rosamund’s mullet hem trapeze dress is a clever and supportive shape for her post-baby body. The textured Dior Couture gown is packed full of red carpet drama.
Felicity has totally lightened up and we love it. She’s ditched the heavy Valentino frocks that have been weighing down her style game for the last few ceremonies, in favour of something softer. The crossover panels on her sleek column gown by Balenciaga add just enough interest to stop the look from being too minimal.
Red carpet veteran Julia doesn’t need to impress with frills and flounces. Instead she gets straight to the pure point of glam in this sharp Givenchy jumpsuit.
We think character Nessa Stein would be proud of Maggie’s choice – a sleek and minimal Thakoon column gown.
We can always rely on Emma to shake up red carpet traditions. At the Golden Globes she eschewed a classic gown for a sharp jumpsuit, and now she’s done it again, wearing a mannish tuxedo jacket over her sheer Christian Dior Couture gown.
From Satuday’s PGAs to Sunday’s SAGs, Claire shows she knows how to mix . But which do you prefer, her Roksanda patchwork midi (below) or the utility belted Marc Jacobs halter (in the gallery above)? Tell us what you think on Twitter.
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