SAG Awards 2018: The Top 10 Best-Dressed Women

5:27 PM 1/21/2018

by Booth Moore

Glamour from the 'Dynasty' and 'GLOW' era dominated the red carpet at the SAG Awards on Sunday night, where Hollywood’s female stars stood out in sequins, punctuated by power shoulders and plenty of millennial pink.

 

  • Nicole Kidman

    Nicole Kidman can do no wrong on the red carpet. The Big Little Lies star led the sequin pack for the night, wearing a brown sequin Giorgio Armani Prive gown with a shoulder twist rosette detail.

  • Madeline Brewer

    Madeline Brewer proved that a dress can be jewelry in and of itself, choosing a pale pink Reem Acra strapless bustier gown in a tea-length with bead and pearl detail.

  • Margot Robbie

    Margot Robbie balanced the high glam of her Miu Miu pale pink chiffon gown with ostrich feather detail with low-maintenance blond beachy waves.

  • Alison Brie

    Alison Brie channeled her ‘80s era GLOW wrestling costumes in a red Dundas gown with colorful zigzag sequin trim.

  • Maika Monroe

    Maika Monroe nailed the powerful athleticism of Valentino’s latest collection, wearing a red halter gown over what might be described as a glam sports bra.

  • Lupita Nyong'o

    Lupita Nyong'o wore the evening’s most intriguing hue, a gunmetal gray-blue chainmail gown with tulle overlay by Ralph & Russo with playful devore ostrich feathers on the hem.

  • Mary J. Blige

    Mary J. Blige was a goddess ready to take flight in Beirut-based designer Jean-Louis Sabaji’s black-and-white gown with feather detail and David Webb black-and-white earrings to match.

  • Yara Shahidi

    Yara Shahidi perfected the masculine-meets-feminine trend in a custom strapless black jumpsuit with train by Ralph Lauren.

  • Allison Janney

    Allison Janney channeled a glam warrior in a custom Yanina Couture gunmetal sequin gown with power shoulders.

  • Samira Wiley

    Samira Wiley was out of this world in a Tadashi Shoji indigo-gold celestial embroidered tulle halter gown with jewel details.

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