Black ruled the 2018 Golden Globes Awards couture this year, but color was back for the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards that just past. It’s not that anyone is giving up on fighting for and making statements about sexual misconduct, but by all accounts the big Hollywood award event that happened just this Sunday saw celebs bringing out the brightest and most dazzling reds, pinks and even metallic.
Connie Britton sported a pink sequined Elisabetta Franchi dress that hugged her tight. Both Nicole Kidman and Allison Janey also went slinky skinny dresses seemingly pasted on to their equally slinky skinny frames, with sequins too.
Kate Hudson was dressed in a pink Valentino sporting black hearts-pretty much giving a polka-dot effect. She accessorized with a big bow around her middle.
Host Kristen Bell sported bright color-magenta-in her strapless J. Mendel. The dress sported beaded red flowers as well.
Chris Sullivan, representing some male haute couture for the show, came in a loud tiny-checkered jacket, with mismatched lens to his eye glasses.
Jackie Cruz flocked forward in purple ombre feathers making up the poofy skirt of her Rami Kadi, while Alison Brie went in the other direction. She not only sported bright red, but her skin-tight Dundas dress revealed bare shoulder, lots of leg, and cut-outs up her side.
All this colorful Hollywood haute couture aside, the biggest news of the night still igniting the Twitter sphere actually was a misspelling. It seems there was a major mistake when Dame Judi Dench was announced in the outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role category for her turn at playing Queen Victoria in the movie “Victoria & Abdul.” The SAG award card flashed to the audience for the nomination read: Dame Judi Dench was nominated for Leading Roll.
There are somethings that even the best and most colorful fashion cannot beat.