Remotely from their sofas and backyards, actors were determined to offer their audience high-octane glamour and the joy of a Hollywood comeback! They dressed up for their staged photoshoots and Zoom appearances with the help of the best celebrity stylists, hairstylists, makeup artists, and fashion designers who created bespoke options for them. Let’s go through the most dramatic looks!
Top 20 Celebrity Looks – SAG Awards 2021
Viola Davis was a fashion icon in chartreuse custom Louis Vuitton column gown with a V-neck and 10,000 sequins, the result of 140 hours of work. Nicolas Ghesquière’s avant-garde aesthetics were at play. Stylist Elizabeth Stewart added Forevermark jewelry combined with a straight hairstyle by Jamika Wilson and bold makeup by Autumn Moultrie.
Carey Mulligan broke the “gown rule” in a Prada blush open-back tunic layered over a black maxi skirt and accented with Cartier jewelry, all styled by Nicky Yates. Her perfectly undone curly hair was by Dayaruci and red lip makeup by Emma White Turle.
Nicole Kidman was boho-chic perfect in a long-sleeve nude Armani Privé tulle gown with a multicolor, crystal-embroidered floral motif and Harry Winston jewelry, thanks to her stylist Julia von Boehm. A fishtail braid by Kylee Heath and romantic, bare-skin makeup by Kyra Panchenko completed the look.
Jurnee Smollett was smoking hot in an off-shoulder Zuhair Murad taffeta gown, Bulgari jewelry, and Roger Vivier heels, styled by Alexandra Mandelkorn. A sleek side-part wet look by hairstylist Nikki Nelms and a cat-eye makeup by Emily Cheng added to the mix!
Zosia Mamet showed us her flirty side in a cut-out Miu Miu gown, Fred Leighton jewelry, and Jimmy Choo shoes, styled by Thomas Carter Phillips. Hollywood waves by hairstylist Anthony Campbell and metallic eyeliner look by Lisa Aharon made her irresistible.
Maria Bakalova inspired a nostalgic mood in a Dior gown embroidered with red roses, styled by Jessica Paster. Radiant skin, soft smokey eyes, and red lips by James Molloy, and dreamy hair by Patrick Wilson were a match made in heaven.
Emma Corrin was the fashionista in a custom asymmetric satin, lace, and mohair Prada dress with baby blue embellished sleeves, combat boots, and Cartier jewelry styled by Harry Lambert. Her new blond bob by Daniel Martin and minimal makeup by Florrie White felt so fresh!
Anya Taylor-Joy represented the new gen of Hollywood divas in a blush Vera Wang cocktail-length dress trimmed with black lace, strappy Stuart Weitzman sandals, and dazzling Tiffany & Co. jewelry styled by Law Roach.
Vanessa Kirby gave us full-on glamour in a silver-bodice Givenchy couture gown and Cartier jewelry, styled by Ryan Hastings and completed with a classic chignon by Halley Brisker and red-lip makeup by Katey Denno.
Kaley Cuoco exuded ultimate cuteness in the hot pink off-the-shoulder “three roses” Prabal Gurung gown, Messika jewelry, and Christian Louboutin heels styled by Brad Goreski and Daniela Viviana Romero. Fuchsia lips makeup by Jamie Greenberg and a textured wet-look updo by Clariss Anya Rubenstein!
Nicola Coughlan went “goth” in custom-made Christian Siriano caped lace gown, De Beers jewelry, and Jimmy Choo shoes, styled by Aimée Croysdill. Her berry lip makeup by Neil Young and slicked hair by Halley Brisker were captivating.
Sarah Levy embraced understated glamour in a blush Monique Lhuillier strapless gown, Anne Sisteron drop earrings, and Stuart Weitzman shoes, styled by Micah Schifman. Her center-part low ponytail by Bridget Brager and simple makeup by Mai Quynh were pure elegance.
Aldis Hodge was the boldest guy in the room, wearing a gold-brocade Dolce & Gabbana three-piece suit – minus a shirt – styled by Law Roach.
Abbey Lee captured the light in Saint Laurent sequined LBD with polka tights, stiletto slingbacks, and drop earrings, styled by Mindy Le Brock. An undone side-part hairstyle by Rob Talty and cat-eye makeup by Chanel Makeup Artist Nina Park exuded decadent vibes.
Kerry Washington wore a bespoke Etro “swim-cap” headdress, matching beaded gown, and Bulgari jewels before a dip into her pool. Her stylist Law Roach was inspired by the remake of the “Million Dollar Mermaid,” the 1940s story of the competitive swimmer and actress Esther Williams. Blue-eyelid makeup was by Carola Gonzalez.