Top 10 Best Dressed: SAG Awards

On the heels of the Golden Globes comes the SAG Awards. It's a red carpet redemption event of sorts. Those celebs who might have 'missed' on their Golden Globes gown have a chance to redeem themselves one week later. While there were a lot of 'safe' dresses last night, there were some definite stand outs. It was another stellar evening for Lupita Nyong'o and Kerry Washington. That color on Lupita was perfection. And that crop top on a pregnant Kerry Washington? Absolutely gorgeous. I can't wait to see what those two wear to the Oscars. Here are the other celebs who topped my best dressed list.

Lupita Nyong'o Gucci SAG AwardsLupita Nyong'o in Gucci

Kerry Washington Prada SAG AwardsKerry Washington in Prada

Jennifer Lawrence Christian Dior SAG AwardsJennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior

Emilia Clarke Calvin Klein SAG AwardsEmilia Clarke in Calvin Klein

Anna Gunn Monique Lhuillier SAG Awards Anna Gunn in Monique Lhuillier

Breaking Bad Clutch SAG AwardsThe Breaking Bad Clutch

Holly Hunter Randi Rahm SAG AwardsHolly Hunter in Randi Rahm

Amy Adams Antonio Berardi SAG AwardsAmy Adams in Antonio Berardi

Claire Danes Vionnet SAG AwardsClaire Danes in Vionnet

Helen Mirren Escada SAG AwardsHelen Mirren in Escada

Jennifer Garner Max Mara SAG AwardsJennifer Garner in Max Mara

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Object of Affection - Sporty Style

Pole vaults. Jump shots. Spins. Spikes. Dives. Flips. And fashion. The Summer Olympics have been billed as the most fashionable ever. Giorgio Armani, Prada, Stella McCartney, Hermes, and Ralph Lauren all have looks debuting in London during the games. And not to be undone, Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld has a line of t-shirts (“Team Karl”) being sold in London’s Selfridges’ department store. Opening Ceremony has a pop-up store in Covent Garden.

And as if all this wasn’t enough, we can look forward to a Spice Girls reunion at the closing ceremonies on August 12 — with Victoria Beckham herself. Sporty style indeed.









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Cindy’s a communications and marketing pro, a writer, a grammar snob, and a rapacious reader. In her own words, she knows “a little about a lot”—i.e., 19th century literature, Karl Lagerfeld’s latest adventures, professional bike racing, and when to use the Oxford comma. She’s a fan of indie film and music, and bullish on local eating and shopping. And she’s recently re-reved her blog, Paris State of Mind, where she writes about all things French.