This weekend, the biggest stars in Hollywood will honor their peers at the 24rd Screen Actors Guild Awards and once again will descend upon a red carpet full of glamorous gowns. This 2017 SAG Award nominees for Best Actress recognize
Margot Robbie, Saoirse Ronan, Sally Hawkins, Frances McDormand, and Judi Dench, while on the television side, Millie Bobby Brown, Claire Foy, Elisabeth Moss, Laura Linney, and Robin Wright are among those vying for a statue. Also up for major awards: Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, and Mary J. Blige. In short, expect plenty of fashion come Sunday evening. Here, a look back at some of the most stylish looks that have hit the red carpet over the past years.
At the second ever SAG Awards, Jodie Foster kept it casual in a white short-sleeved t-shirt and matching trousers.
A young Kirsten Dunst attended the 2000 ceremony in an olive green column gown with lace embroidery down the sides.
Lucy Liu went for a shocking turquoise hue in 2000.
Nominated for her role in
Friends, Jennifer Aniston arrived at the 2003 awards in a black gown with a daring double cutout.
Sarah Jessica Parker channeled Carrie Bradshaw for her 2003 look, pinning an oversized flower pin to her black and white dress.
In 2004, Catherine Zeta-Jones went for the gold in a sparkling Elie Saab look.
Liv Tyler matched her bold red lips to a similarly-hued crimson sash in 2004.
Renee Zellweger kept it simple in 2004, adding a single diamond necklace to her strapless black gown.
Eva Longoria looked to the past for her vintage-inspired lace ensemble at the 2006 awards.
America Ferrera made a case for grey on the red carpet, wearing Monique Lhuillier in 2008.
More is more was the mandate for Debra Messing’s 2008 look, a golden Oscar de la Renta column gown.
Kate Winslet won big in 2009, wearing a cobalt blue Narciso Rodriguez dress.
Emily Blunt made a statement in 2009 wearing silver sequins.
Evan Rachel Wood enhanced her Monique Lhuiller gown with contrasting violet accessories.
Diane Kruger stunned in a mustard gown by Jason Wu in 2010.
Kate Hudson went backless in Pucci at the 2010 ceremony.
Newcomer Hailee Steinfeld made a bold entrance at the 2011 awards in striped Prada.
Mila Kunis pulled of print with aplomb, wearing Alexander McQueen in 2011.
Michelle Williams went tea-length in a lace Valentino dress at the 2012 awards.
In 2012, Tilda Swinton chose a goddess-esque custom Lanvin dress.
Zoe Saldana arrived to the 2012 red carpet wearing an intricate Givenchy design.
Naomi Watts kept it simple in 2013, wearing a strapless Marchesa gown.
Amanda Seyfried amped up her Zac Posen dress with stunning Lorraine Schwartz pendant necklace in 2013.
Kerry Washington turned to Rodarte for her lace-covered look in 2013.
Julia Roberts made a major statement at the 2014 awards in a hot pink jumpsuit by Valentino.
Never one to shy away from a bright hue, Lupito Nyong’o stunned at the 2004 awards in a turquoise Gucci gown.
Jennifer Lawrence wore a rainbow of Dior sequins to the 2014 ceremony.
Cate Blanchett showed why she is queen of the red carpet in 2014 wearing a pale pink Givenchy dress.
Amy Adams contrasted her famous red hair with a royal blue Antonio Berardi gown at the 2014 awards.
Julianne Moore took home the Best Actress statuette in 2015 wearing an emerald green Givenchy creation.
Emma Stone remixed the classic tuxedo with a sheer black skirt, courtesy of Dior.
Saorsie Ronan was pretty in pink Michael Kors at the 2015 awards.
Sticking to her goth aesthetic, Rooney Mara opted for a plunging Valentino dress.
Brie Larson went asymmetrical in Versace for the 2016 awards.
Alicia Vikander showed why she is the face of Louis Vuitton in a stunning sequined column gown by Nicolas Ghesquière.
Evan Rachel Wood stunned in a blue velvet suit by Altuzarra at the 2017 ceremony.
Michelle Williams matched up stripes and sequins in Louis Vuitton in 2017.