From Lea Michele's emerald-green Malandrino gown to Diane Kruger's mustard-yellow Jason Wu; from Anna Kendrick's purple Alberta Ferretti bustier gown, to Carey Mulligan's raspberry strapless Lanvin worn with a crystal brooch at the waist, the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards was a rainbow of color.
But the best looks were more notable for having an interesting structure and silhouette than for their hue.
Drew Barrymore, this award season's most fearless fashionista, didn't disappoint. Her dramatic strapless royal-blue tulle Monique Lhuillier gown, with a structured trumpet skirt trimmed in ribbons and beads, was befitting of Hollywood royalty.
She had one of the evening's many untidy updos, and a nude lip. The makeup may not have measured up to the glamour of the gown -- Adam Lambert's was prettier.
Kate Hudson's slinky white jersey Emilio Pucci gown looked demure from the front, but was Jennifer Lopez-low in back, with crystal embroidery at the side. The tassel necklace, worn in the back, was a great touch.