Fashion Trends set by the SAG Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Many watch the awards shows just because they want to see what the current or future fashion trends are. After every award night we often tend to discuss the various styles and fashion trends that celebrities are going with and that is what reflects in shopping trends as well when you go to the market to find that perfect dress for your party time. For instance take the Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016 red carpet which took place on last Saturday in Los Angeles where all the famous personalities from both the television and the film were gracing the night to celebrate and of course doing it in their designer looks.
Since the very casual beginning back in the year 1996, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards have really come a long way in terms of style and fashion. In the start the stars were more interested in wearing black dresses with not much accessories adorned. However, with the passage of time the celebrities are emphasizing more over the couture avatar then mere blacks. The Red Carpet of this years Screen Actors Guild Awards was studded with loads of stylish looks and were as diverse as the celebrities that were making their appearances. And we all know that how much influence these red carpet looks have on our lives and styling. These red carpet looks actually initiate the fashion trends and the way consumer trends behave in the market as well.
Shining & Shimmering
The Swedish beauty, Alicia Vikander was a stunner on the Sag Awards red carpet as she looked fashionable and modern with the gown that was decorated with geometric patterned sequin columns and long sleeves. The dress was designed by her favorite designer Nicolas Ghesquiere of Louis Vuitton. Alicia was looking splendid in her dress just like her performance in The Danish Girl which won her the awards too. Other beauties who went all shine and sparkle include Nicole Kidman, who wore a multicolored gown which was a produce of Gucci while Eva Longoria was wearing an emerald green gown. Her shimmering dress was designed by Julien Macdonald.
The Jewel Tone Colors
Naomi Watts was looking as elegant as ever. She was wearing blue appliqued dress from Burberry and with it she perfectly adorned a belted waistline for her petite frame. Her undone hair and romance laded make up was giving her a complete vintage styling equipped with her short sleeved dress. Julianne Moore was the one who took the jewel tone color very seriously at the awards night. She was wearing couture dress designed by Givenchy Haute Couture and was sopping in ebullient Paris green shiny outfit. She has always been the one who embrace bold trends with a chic elegance. On the other hand, our beloved Kate Winslet, chose to wear a more traditional approach for adorning jewel tone colors. She chose to wear a very classy gown with cap sleeves and an A-line silhouette designed by Armani. The thing which made this dress elegant was the architectural neckline trimmed in black which kept the look modern for the regal design.
The trend British designs was not very much noticeable to the eye but was definitively existing. The amount of Britain-based designers was extensively seen on the award night. Kiernan Shipka from Mad Meri wore a floral strapless gown for the night designed by Erdem while Ellie Kemper went for a patterned dress designed by Peter Pilotto. As mentioned above Eva Longoria opted for a gown designed by Julien Macdonald and Christina Ricci selected pastel rainbow dress designed by Christopher Kane. Claire Danes was another one who picked a dress designed by Stella McCartney. So the trend of English designers was very much in.
The Fuchsia Fever
Another trend that was seen to be set was the good old, ladies favorite fuchsia color. Nobody knew that Winter is going to bring this color up but one thing is for sure, fuchsia is definitely going for the kill and will be the color to go for in the comping Spring season. Emilia Clarke, Priyanka Chopra and Sofia Wergara were adorning this vibrant tone. So bold shades are surely it for the coming season.