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Photos From the SAG Awards Red Carpet

Silver straps, emerald tones and hot, hot pink dominated the 2020 SAG Awards silver carpet. The fashion tonight was so hot Leonardo DiCaprio and Jharrel Jerome had to wear sunglasses indoors. Behold the bevy of beautiful blues from Nicole Kidman sapphire dress to Renee Zellweger navy number.

The sparkle was undeniable Sunday night in Los Angeles. Natalia Dyer, Julia Butters, Charlize Theron, Catherine O’Hara, Catherine Zeta-Jones did not shy away from shimmering ensembles. Even the details glimmered like Reese Witherspoon’s and Rachel Brosnahan silvery straps.

The pant-dress combo was out in force and we saw double “Stranger Things” representation with a duo look from both Maya Thurman Hawke and Millie Bobby Brown.

Other trends? Pretty in pink took front seat with slim cut on “Game of Thrones'” Sophie Turner, the double Oscar nominated Cynthia Erivo and Elisabeth Moss.

Big fashion moments weren’t limited to the woman either “The Mandalorian’s” Pedro Pascal arrived in a silver jacket that complimented the SAG carpet. Plus there was “hot priest” Andrew Scott who joined in the fun with a black cummerbund and mauve suit.

Who else graced the SAG 2020 Awards carpet? Scarlett Johansson, Laura Dern, Andrew Scott, Lupita Nyong’o, America Ferrera, Michelle Williams, Zoe Kravitz and Glenn Close and Gwendoline Christie.

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