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PHOTOS: The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions At The 2011 SAG Awards


Jan. 31 2011, Published 9:10 a.m. ET

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Hollywood's hottest television and film stars spent hours getting glammed up for the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night--but that doesn't mean they looked good! has photos of the best, worst & wackiest red carpet fashions from the annual awards show, in this special photo feature. 

Critics were split on Natalie Portman's Viktor & Rolf maternal a la mode at the Golden Globe Awards a few weeks ago (we loved it!) but the Oscar favorite certainly won over the fashion police with her white hot Azzaro number. Dripping in $2 million worth of Tiffany jewels, Natalie's baby bump was fully on display in the gorgeously embellished strapless.  Her costar, Mila Kunis, stunned in a red ombre strapless gown from the Alexander McQueen collection.  Look familiar?  The First Lady herself, Michelle Obama, wore a very similar version to the State Dinner earlier this month.

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Misses a la mode included Winona Ryder, who was dressed to wed in bridal a la mode, Angie Harmon, wearing an over-the-top princess ball gown and Nicole Kidman, who got goth in a high-necked Nina Ricci gown, which featured a cutout and lace overlay back and jewel embellished detail.

And leave to Helena Bonham Carter to up the wacky factor! Though not as ridiculous as usual, The King's Speech star refused to take off her shades, ruining the effect of her incredibly fem Marc Jacobs frock.

Susan Sarandon

When it came to trends, it was clear that color is the new black!  There was nothing dull about the overall color palate of the evening, as stars opted for hot pinks (Hailee Steinfeld, Jennifer Lawrence), radiant reds (Julianna Margulies, Mila Kunis, Sarah Hyland) and rich purples (Kim Kardashian).  There was also a bit of white hot action, with Natalie Portman, Amy Adams and Winona Ryder all wearing bridal-inspired gowns.

See all of the best, worst & wackiest fashions from the SAG Awards by clicking here.



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