SAG Awards '16

Louis Vuitton
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton
Best dressed of the night...by a mile.
Sleek. Bold. 

The awards show with no host, aka the SAG-AFTRA Awards, made its way onto our TV sets last night. For 2 hours and 4 minutes, the show awarded the best of the best in TV and Film. The actors that win appreciate this naked man of a statue the most because voting was done by their fellow peers.

Idris dubbed it 'Diverse TV'. A bit sarcastically, I might add. Maybe he figured winning twice in one night (for his lead roles in Luther and Beasts of No Nation) was a little too on the nose. Especially, given the whole #OscarsSoWhite backlash. But, hey, I think he rocked in both roles so he definitely deserved it in my eyes. Congratulations, also, to Uzo Aduba (Naija stand up!), Orange is the New Black, Kevin Spacey, Viola Davis, and Queen Latifah.

Let's dive into the fashion.

Rachel McAdams in Elie Saab
While this isn't my favorite Elie design, it sure does fit Rachel like a glove.
The natural makeup wasn't the right call, though.
Also no to the bed head.
Viola Davis in Zac Posen
What a color against her skin! She's radiant.
While I'm a sucker for an off-the-shoulder and/or v-neck, no need for the two layers.
One would have been enough.
Maisie Willliams in Razan Alazzouni
Such a fun color for a fun girl.
Maybe the rouching wasn't needed around the boobs area cause it's doing some weird thangs.
But the skirt portion is perfect.
Wrong color of shoes.
Helen Mirren in Jenny Packham
My Queen.
Her body is showing off.
Not a fan of the neckline.
Nor the material of the dress. Appears like latex.
Queen "I AM ENOUGH!" Latifah in Michael Costello
Michael, he of va-va-voom and sexy, definitely dialed down both on this dress.
I'm guessing Queen had a lot of input.
The end result is...nice. I guess.
Meanwhile, the bun mohawk is not it.
Laverne Cox in Prabal Gurung
She's been killin' it of late on the red carpet.
But this time around, her look is a bit underwhelming.
The dress is severely overworked. Too many elements that doesn't gel.
However, pretty color and great contrast with the clutch.
Christina Ricci in Christopher Kane
She looks pretty great as a blonde. Absolutely works for her.
Christopher Kane and his weird design elements.
Was the smile cut-out, placed squarely on her stomach, really necessary?
Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang
Such an attractive coupling. So unfair.
Surprisingly, this is actually a tame look for Sophia despite the neon pink.
It's simple but she still stands out. She should go this route more often.
Hell to the no with the matching clutch.
Sarah Paulson in Armani Prive
I appreciate her choice in gowns. Always different and unique.
Clearly the designer destroyed some stuffed furry animals to create the top.
Priyanka Chopra in Monique Lhuillier
She's so beautiful. It's a shame that I couldn't get into Quantico.
I watched 6 episodes before giving up. It didn't grab me.
Believe it or not, the nude mesh ruined this dress.
Uzo Aduba in Zac Posen
For such a glorious color, everything is looking so blah.
Brie Larson in Atelier Versace
The way Giuliana Rancic went on  and on about this dress...
...I was so confused.
Because this dress looks pretty bad.
Silver heels definitely was the right pick with a pale blue dress.
But not those silver platform heels she's wearing.
Gwendoline Christie in Lanvin
Kinda stunned she wasn't wearing her boyfriend's, Giles, design.
Anywho, for once I want this lady to get it right on the red carpet.
The dress looks like a long curtain that was cinched together.
And what's with the obvious sewn by hand markings?
Nicole Kidman in Gucci
A sequin multi-color disaster.
Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano
Oh, Christian. You're better than this.
Yikes.
*photos c/o Hollywood Life, E Online, US Weekly, NY Daily News

Did you catch the SAG-AFTRA Awards? Any favorites on the red carpet?