The 2023 awards show season has brought out so many must-see looks from the Golden Globes, to the Grammys, the Critics Choice Awards (we could go on and on). Tonight, the red carpet is still on fire as celebs hit the 2023 SAG Awards. Our favorite TV and movie stars are all on-hand this evening to honor their peers within the SAG-AFTRA organization, and we’re breaking down every can’t-miss couture gown and show-stopping suit. Check out the best dressed stars at the 2023 SAG Awards, below.
After turning heads the night before at the Producers Guild Awards in two vintage-inspired looks, the Euphoria actress is at it again. This time, in Valentino Haute Couture, designed specially for her by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. The custom gown featured a pink silk duchesse bustier covered in 190 roses that extended onto the long train. The Bulgari ambassador teamed it with a High Jewelry necklace in yellow gold with tanzanite, morganite and aquamarine stones surrounded by spinels and diamonds. She also wore a Bulgari High Jewelry diamond bracelet and ring, plus diamond studs.
Standing out in bright yellow (like the EGOT winner she is), the star shined in a custom Valentino gown featuring a scalloped neckline, paired with a Valentino Garavani Loco bag and Swarovski bracelets and rings.
The star turned heads in her black silk strapless Schiaparelli Haute Couture column dress with a gold fringe sequin panel down the front, worn with Moussaieff High Jewelry including a yellow diamond ring and yellow diamond chandelier earrings.
Evoking some old-school glamour, Jessica Chastain wore a raspberry-colored Zuhair Murad taffeta gown with a draped asymmetrical ruched bodice and thigh-high slit, plus Gucci High Jewelry.
Continuing her rewear streak, the actress chose a Giorgio Armani Privé gown that she previously wore to the Golden Globes in 2014 and the Cannes Film Festival in 2018, embroidered with black sequins featuring crystal micro edging with a black lace top.
Julia Garner shined in her pleated bronze organza Gucci gown featuring an eye-catching thigh-high slit and crystal decolletage.
Going mod, The Dropout star chose a green Prada mini dress with long train, worn with Cartier jewels and a high pony to really bring the ’60s to life.
She did the thing in her yellow tulle gown by Giambattista Valli Haute Couture featuring off-the-shoulder ruffle sleeves and voluminous mermaid skirt. The actress accessorized with De Beers jewels including diamond drop earrings.
Solidifying yellow as the color of the night, Niecy Nash floated down the carpet in her strapless Vera Wang Haute gown featuring a corset bodice covered in intricately hand-draped French tulle, paired with Martin Katz jewelry.
Bringing a little Wednesday Addams realness to the carpet, Jenna Ortega wore a strapless black gown with sculpted neckline and thigh-high slit, with ankle-strap Jimmy Choo platform pumps and Tiffany & Co. jewels, including a Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger necklace, earrings and rings with a Tiffany Edge bracelet and ring.
The White Lotus star kept it classic — but dazzling — in a white Ralph Lauren Collection asymmetrical gown featuring all-over sparkle and a striking side cutout. She added even more shimmer with Cartier earrings and diamond Cartier Love rings.
Haley Lu Richardson
Another White Lotus actress to turn heads was Haley Lu Richardson, who made an entrance in her embellished strapless black gown covered in white pearl appliqués, paired with a matching white bag, drop earrings, rings and bracelet.
Emily Blunt’s Oscar de la Renta column gown combines sweet and sexy elements with its subtle cutouts and floral embroidery, which she wore with a special Bulgari High Jewelry Serpenti necklace made for the 75th anniversary of Serpenti with a High Jewelry ruby ring and Serpenti earrings.
Li Jun Li
The Babylon star showed some skin with her sheer, sparkling Fendi Haute Couture crosshatch scoop-neck crystal embellished gown, with De Beers jewels and Alexandre Birman heels.
Serving a suit-gown combo from Carolina Herrera, Cara Delevingne owned the carpet in a long-sleeve jumpsuit with rose appliqué on the bodice and attached skirt. She teamed it with a slew of glittering De Beers jewels including a necklace, bracelet, earrings and rings, plus Casadei platforms.
Bringing some high-shine glam to the carpet, Aubrey Plaza dazzled in a bronze sequin Michael Kors halter gown with major cutout and center thigh-high slit.
Sheryl Lee Ralph
Looking like the queen she is, the Abbott Elementary star twirled on the carpet in her capped Tadashi Shoji champagne-colored gown. The actress told People that she and Shoji go way back, in fact, the designer created Ralph’s wedding gown when she married Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Hughes. She teamed the look with eye-catching Fernando Jorge hoop earrings.
Looking pretty in purple, Kathryn Newton chose a fit-and-flare princess-style tea-length dress with a black ruched bodice, paired with matching purple pumps with dainty bows and plenty of Cartier jewels, including a necklace, bracelet, earrings and rings.
The Till star shimmered in a custom Louis Vuitton high-shine spaghetti-strap gown with hand-embroidered sequin petals across the scallop skirt, accessorized with a Bulgari High Jewelry necklace and diamond ring.
Eddie Redmayne switched up the traditional suit in a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello blouse with bow and velvet wide-leg pants.
Jamie Lee Curtis
You know the first thing that came in your head seeing Jamie Lee Curtis looking red-hot in her plunging red long-sleeve gown was, “She is all of us!”
The actor looked dapper in a custom midnight blue Valentino double-breasted suit, teamed with Santoni shoes, an Omega watch and David Yurman jewelry.