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The ladies of the red carpet glimmered in gorgeous jewel tones at this year's SAG awards. Diane Kruger dazzled in her one ...
shoulder, citrine Jason Wu gown. Drew Barrymore took her glamorous style to another level in her sapphire gown by Monique Lhuillier. Anna Kendrick looked radiant in a purple silk chiffon Alberta Ferretti gown. Newcomer Lea Michele flaunts a head-turning emerald green stunner by Catherine Malandrino.
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Diane Kruger in Wu, Drew Barrymore in Lhuillier, Lea, & Anna in Jewel Tone
Diane Kruger was a style standout at the 2010 SAG Awards in her magnificent one-shouldered citrine Jason Wu with a stunning trim, a criss-cross bodice and beautiful rushing details at the back, Kruger sets the bar high. Her bright blue eyes and Crimson lips were her best accessories. And boyfriend Joshua Jackson didn’t look so bad on her arm either.
Looking man with—Monique, Drew Barrymore rock to deep blue strapless tiered sapphire masterpiece, Drew didn’t disappoint. Anna Kendrick followed in the jewel tone tradition glowing in her gorgeous Alberta Ferretti purple gown—for silk chiffon bustier dress with a lever clutch.
Another colorful contender was Glee gal Lea Michele who wowed us in her emerald green gown by Catherine Malandrino. Lea bares an apologetic plunging neckline in this ruffled sleeveless confection. Looking every bit the gorgeous creation goddess!
This year’s red carpet was a treasured pillar. Good work to Hollywood’s glimmering gals.