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Monday, January 28, 2013

The black and white of it! Claire Danes, Anne Hathaway Julianne Moore and Sofia Vergara lead the way as Hollywood's leading ladies go mad for monochrome on SAG Awards red carpet


Shades of light and dark: Tina Fey, Julianne Moore and Claire Danes all wore variations on the monochrome theme to attend the SAG awards at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. on Sunday night

With the alcohol fuel chortle-fest of the Golden Globes behind them and the stiff old Oscars just a month away, the stars turned to the SAG Awards on Sunday night for another round of backslapping and merriment.
And while this poor cousin of the really glamorous events can't lay claim to be the sexiest ceremony around, the 19th awards held at LA's Shrine auditorium turned to fantasy and fairytale for red carpet inspiration.
But the overriding trend was one that that's currently taking the high street by storm; monochrome.

Pre-Raphaelite: Sofia sizzles in this stunning classic gown as she led the ladies in white

And it was a wise one to follow as the black and white gowns grabbed attention against the red carpet, while Jessica Chastain - who dressed in a similar red - almost disappeared.
Anne Hathaway and Nicole Kidman opted for dark and dramatic gowns; with the latter embracing the trend for midnight black.
Hathaway, who accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress, looked incredible in Gothic Giambattista Valli gown which used layers of diaphanous black material over a shorter skirt.

Embracing the trend: Julianna Margulies and January Jones wore the monochrome look in all its glory

Whiter shade of pale: Naomi Watts, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Westfeldt and Jayma Mays all opted for light dresses

Midnight black: Nicole Kidman spiced her black look up with a layering of blue thanks to the handiwork of Vivienne Westwood, and Carmen Electra opted for a dark, dark blue look

Nicole's embellished beauty was the handiwork of Vivienne Westwood, and added a punk edge to an otherwise polished look and used the now popular blue layering over black as its winning note.
Julianne Moore, who won an award for her work in Game Change – Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Movie Series - combined white, black and navy in her Chanel applique dress.
Looking stunning as always, the 52-year-old was one of the winners on the California carpet.

Back to black: Naya Rivera, Amy Poehler, Michelle Dockery and Clea DuVall all rocked obsidian gowns

Black magic: Julie Bowen gave texture to her noir number, while old school glamour pusses Jessica Lange, Jane Lynch and Sigourney Weaver showed why black's a flattering look for all ages; American Horror Story star Lange echoed Kidman's midnight blue choice

Winter brights: Lea Michele, Mayim Bialik, Kaley Cuoco and Freido Pinto all broke ranks with their Gothic sisters

Combining the trend just as skillfully were January Jones, Julianna Margulies and Claire Danes, who won her award for Best Actress in a drama.
Funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler both stuck to classic black, Fey was outstanding in Oscar de la Renta.
And special mentions have to go out to Naomi Watts and Amanda Seyfried, who wore variations on the light and dark them by choosing lightest silver grey and a dark, dark blue.

Blue for you: Jordin Sparks, Jennifer Lawrence, Amanda Seyfried and Marion Cotillard all decided that blue is the colour

Rich tapestry: Naomi Watts was sumptuous in this delicate silver lace number, which tied in with Katrina Bowden's pretty number

Precious metal: Helen Hunt and Jennifer Garner gave a real lesson in how to really work this embellishment trend

It was fitting on a night that honoured the biggest fantasy hit of our TV times, Game of Thrones for its stunt work, that Ariel Winter also joined in the natural inspired fantasy theme.
She wore a stunning beige gown which branched out into taffeta in the skirt and featured foliage on the corset, Jayma Mays and champagne heiress, Vitalie Tattinger, also showed off pale gowns that looked fit for a regal ball.
Continuing the theme, that old hero of fantasy and magical awards, Dick Van Dyke was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The 87-year-old 'Night at the Museum' star - who has been working in Hollywood since the 60s - admitted he can't wait to accept the award at the star-studded 19th annual event in Los Angeles because it means a lot to be celebrated as an actor rather than an entertainer.

Ladies in red: Presenter Maria Menounos and Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria were no shrinking violets in bright, bright red

Blending in: Jessica Chastain lost out to Jennifer Lawrence and missed a beat in this chameleon-esque red dress

No warrant for arrest: Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne chose a flattering black embellished gown

Black and blue: Kelly and Giuliana Rancic wore two of the season's hottest colours

girlfriend Jaimie Alexander misfired into a draped concoction with too much going on

Her other half: Alexander's boyfriend, Peter Facinelli, scrubbed up well as he toasted the event with Vitalie Taittinger, artistic director of Taittinger champagne

Catching up: Silver Linings Playbook co-stars Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence shared a laugh on the red carpet

Speaking to before the event, the 'Diagnosis Murder' star said: 'This was a surprise. People think of me as a song and dance entertainer. To be accepted by my peers as an actor is really a thrill.'
The actor also revealed that he will be celebrating his seven-year anniversary with his 41-year-old wife Arlene, who he first met at the 2006 SAG Awards, where she was working as a make-up artist.
He said: 'There was something about her beautiful eyes.'
The couple married in a 'spur of the moment' ceremony in Malibu, California, on February 29 last year.

On a lighter note: Ariel Winter, Jayma Mays and Vitalie Taittinger were pale and very interesting in their magical gowns

Delicate: Ariel and Rose Byrne opted for fairy-tale frocks and both pulled them off wonderfully

'Mary Poppins' star Dick - who presented Mary Tyler Moore with the Lifetime Achievement award last year - was first married in 1948 to Margie Willett in a ceremony broadcast live on radio show 'Bride and Groom'. They have four grown up children together, but divorced in 1984 after a long separation.
The actor also had a relationship with actress Michelle Triola from 1976 until her death from lung cancer in 2009.
The James Bond adventure Skyfall' and the fantasy series Game of Thrones picked up prizes for best stunt work from the Screen Actors Guild.

Suited and booted: Justin Timberlake hugged James Marsden while Hugh Jackman and Ben Affleck had yet another chance to catch up

Boys will boys: Bradley Cooper, Javier Bradem, Russell Crowe and Daniel Day-Lewis all scrubbed up nicely in black tie

The big occasion: Hunt works the red carpet in her silver gown

The stunt honors were announced Sunday on the red carpet before the official SAG Awards ceremony, as stars were gathering for their guild's big night.
JoBeth Williams and Scott Bakula announced the winners, noting the value of stunt players, who often are overlooked for their contributions to film and television.

source: dailymail

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