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As Hollywood's top film and television stars turned up at the 26th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday evening, the silver carpet at the Shrine Auditorium lit up with more than the usual spritz of glitz, from the dazzle of a multitude of metallic gowns to the shimmer of diamonds and crystals in unexpected places, on dress straps and artful hair clips.
Scarlett Johansson wowed in a custom teal silk Armani Privé gown with a plunging neckline and crystal-embroidered straps, for a memorable entrance and exit.
Overall, the best message was all about elegance. Jennifer Lopez made her grand arrival in a clean-lined, black strapless gown with a regal train by Georges Hobeika and over $9 million of Harry Winston diamonds; while Judy lead actress winner Renée Zellweger looked lovely in a midnight blue strapless satin column gown with a structural top by John Galliano for Maison Margiela.
With a pop of fun color, Cynthia Erivo stepped out in a show-stopping strapless Schiaparelli gown with a red top and dramatic fuchsia train.
Cummerbunds were a trend on gentlemen, worn in a fresh way by 15-year-old Noah Schnapp, who looked sharp in a baby blue Balmain tux and sneakers.
Fleabag's handsome priest Andrew Scott won over hearts by donning Valentine's Day hues, as he did at the Critic's Choice Awards — this time, a mauve Azzaro Couture tux paired with a pale pink silk shirt. And Dan Levy of Schitts Creek winked at his onscreen family name with a rose-embellished Dior coat and coordinating rose bling ring.
See all the best-dressed stars on the SAG Awards red carpet below.
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