The Directors Guild Awards hit hollywood this weekend and bought with it some of our favourite A-list stars including Helen Mirren, Bradley Cooper and Sandra Bullock.
The Directors Guild Awards 2014 brought with it plenty of red carpet gowns, amazing celebrity pictures and of course, winners holding their gleaming awards.
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From Kerry Washington debuting her ever-growing baby bump in monochrome print to Sanda Bullock stealing the show in a daring black dress ? just look at that killer thigh split, we applaud you Ms Bullock ? there’s plenty of gorgeous awards gowns to pour over.
Plus, with Hollywood’s finest men (we’re looking at you Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper) also hitting the red carpet to show their support to some of the industry’s biggest behind-the-camera names, this is one event from awards season 2014 you won’t want to miss.
See our Directors Guild Awards 2014 round-up here...
Sandra Bullock pulled out all the style stops for her appearance at the Director's Guild Awards 2014, walking the red carpet in a slinky black Roland Mouret gown. The actress, who turned out to support Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron, teamed her strapless number with a Roger Vivier clutch and toweing Giuseppe Zanotti heels.
Sandra Bullock finished her super-glam red carpet look with a loose, sideswept updo, a subtle smokey eye, and a vampy red lip. Gorgeous.
Helen Mirren provided a masterclass in red carpet dressing as she posed for snappers at the star-packed Directors Guild Awards. Proving her finger's still firmly on the fashion pulse, the actress flew the flag for British fashion in a shimmering teal Jenny Packham dress.
Helen Mirren, who hit the red carpet with hubby Taylor Hackford, was all smiles as she posed for photos, showing off glittering Neil Lane jewels and a sparkling smile.
The actress showed off her trademark short style, teamed with a shimmering pink lip.
Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron continued his winning streak at the star-studded Directors Guild Awards, picking up the much-coveted gong for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film. The film boss, who took home the same award last year, was presented with the gong by actor, and close friend, Ben Affleck.
Anna Kendrick added a much-needed injection of colour into Directors Guild Awards proceedings in a vibrant structured Monique Lhuillie dress. The actress teamed her fashion-forward look with black Christian Louboutin shoes and a Rauwolf clutch.
Anna Kendrick showed plenty of sparkle in the form of diamond jewels by Jack Vartanian and Graziela Gems, adding volume to her honey locks with a loose ponytail.
Well hello, Bradley Cooper! The actor was his usual smouldering self as he got suited and booted in a Bottega Veneta three-piece for his moment in the Directors Guild Awards spotlight.
Bradley Cooper was on hand to present a nominee medallion to American Hustle director David O. Russell during the Directors Guild Awards evening.
Kerry Washington showed off her burgeoning baby bump in a dreamy monochrome Oscar de la Renta dress and silver Smythson clutch as she hit the Directors Guild Awards red carpet. One yummy mummy-to-be!
The Scandal starlet showed off her sparkling skin and pregnancy glow, leaving her long, glossy locks straight and smooth, and keeping her make-up notes to a minimum.
During the Directors Guild Awards evening, Kerry Washington stepped on stage to present the Diversity Award to Scandal creator Shona Rhimes.
Glee actress Jane Lynch, who took to the stage to host the 66th annual Directors Guild Awards in LA, chose a smart black suit for her moment in the spotlight.
Jane Lynch couldn't have been further from her on-screen alter-ego Sue Sylvester as she smiled for snappers on the red carpet.
Steve McQueen, director of critically acclaimed film 12 Years A Slave, may have missed out on an award during the evening, but the Brit still smiled for the cameras on the red carpet.
Tom Hanks was all smiles as he arrived to honour Captain Phillips' director Paul Greengrass at the Directors Guild Awards ceremony.
Lisa Rinna stood out from the Directors Guild Awards crowds in a striking floor-length yellow gown.
Lisa arrived with Clash of the Titans actor hubby, Harry Hamlin, on her arm.
Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes and executive producer Betsy Beers were all smiles after being presented with the evening's prestigious Diversity Award.
Breaking Bad actress Betsy Brandt chose a demure black top and super-sized, electric pink skirt for her moment on the Directors Guild Awards red carpet.
Betsy Brandt let her stand-out red carpet look do the talking, leaving her brunette locks long and loose, and her make-up minimal.
12 Years A Slave star Sarah Paulson, who presented a medallion to director Steve McQueen during the evening, chose a printed Monique Lhuillier gown for her Directors Guild Awards red carpet look.
Chelsea Staub, who recently changed her professional name to Chelsa Kane, chose a shimmering pale blue gown for her moment in the spotlight.
Chelsea accessorised her demure dress with her trademark blonde pixie crop, subtle, smokey eyes and a pretty pink lip.
The actress was joined at the Directors Guild Awards by her Baby Daddy co-star Derek Theler.
Maia Mitchell, star of US flick Teen Beach Movie, chose a white strapless Dolce & Gabbana dress for her big red carpet entrance.
The actress wore her long brunette locks in a tumbling, sideswept 'do, keeping her make-up notes to a minimum.
Amy Schatz took home the Directors Guild Award for Childrens Programs for her flick An Apology To Elephants.
Sandra Oh, who went Old Hollywood in a form-fitting satin dress walked the Directors Guild Awards red carpet alongside Kevin McKidd.
Debbie Allen chose a black dress and white jacket to walk the Directors Guild Awards red carpet at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in LA.