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SAG Fashion: Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway Tops (24 Photos!)

Jennifer Lawrence shows off her Dior gown, her signature brand so far this awards season.

Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway led the fashion marathon that’s better known as Hollywood’s awards season, with bold gown at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards last night.

Red carpet appearances, shows and after-parties are almost non-stop, and each calls for a different dress and different look.

Lawrence, 23, exuded sexiness in a navy-blue strapless Christian Dior gown on the red carpet.

She continued her run, winning a SAG Award for best actress in a comedy for “Silver Linings Playbook.” At the Golden Globes, where she also won, she stuck with her signature Dior label, wearing a stunning red, strapless gown.

Hathaway has also been on a winning streak, picking up a SAG Award for best supporting actress in “Les Miserables” on the heels of her Golden Globe win in the same category.

Deep Blue Colors Shade SAG Red Carpet

She rocked the SAG red carpet in a black Giambattista Valli gown with sheer top and skirt.

Navy blue and black were the colors of the night. Amanda Seyfried was stunning in a strapless Zac Posen gown that unfortunately was virtually the same color as Lawrence’s dress with close to the same lines, except for the fishtail flourish.

Nicole Kidman also opted for navy blue in a frilly, sleeveless Vivienne Westwood gown that had a high neck. It wasn’t her best look.

Claire Danes wore a stunning black Givenchy gown. Tina Fey also was decked out in an all-black, wearing an Oscar de la Renta strapless gown.

Marion Cotillard wore a Christian Dior gown with a white top and also a navy blue skirt.

White isn’t Julianne Moore’s best color because of her fair skin, but she went with a white Chanel gown with a plunging V-neckline and a black floral print.

Naomi Watts made more than one best-dressed list with her stunning Marchesa strapless gown in pale cobalt blue with lace designs.

Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny in the comedy series “The Big Bang Theory,” went with a hot red Romona Keveza strapless dress, which complimented her fair skin and blonde hair.

Julianna Margulies was lauded for her “bold, risky look” by E! fashion police, for wearing a Chado Ralph Rucci gown with a black sleeveless tank top look and flowing black and white skirt with a modest slit.

Downtown Abbey’s Michelle Dockery was stunning in a black Chado Ralph Rucci gown that included a daring side cut top that provided a sintilating view of her breasts. The public television show won a SAG for best television drama.

Elisabeth Moss wore a sexy Dolce & Gabbana sequined dress highlighted by Forevermark Diamonds, while Kelly Osbourne wore a conservative Jenny Packham gown.

Rose Byrne wore a Valentino dress with over-the-top frills, a riot of pastel colors and floral design. And, Freida Pinto wore a Roland Moure gown that was an explosion of fuschia, a popular color this year.

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