2017 Directors Guild of America Awards Red Carpet Wish List

amy-adams-2017-directors-guild-of-america-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Last night the likes of Nicole Kidman, Janelle Monae, Sarah Paulson, Lily Collins, Kerry Washington, and Thandie Newton all descended upon the Producers Guild of America Awards cheer on the people that made their awards nominated performances happen. I would imagine that the same will happen at the Directors Guild Awards on Saturday (February 4, 2017.) I only pulled from the feature film nominees at the DGA Awards, but I could be that some of the stars of the nominated TV series will be in attendance. When I was planning out who to feature in this post I picked Amy Adams because I was expecting her to make stops campaigning for an Oscar, but shockingly the Arrival star did not receive and Oscar nomination this year. With that news still settling in I would still like to see Amy on the red carpet at the DGA Awards to support her Arrival director Denis Villeneuve. I think that this strapless Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2017 floral jacquard cocktail dress which features a straight across neckline, a strapless silhouette, and allover floral print would be a very chic and feminine moment for Amy to wear on the DGA red carpet. Amy loves to go for that classic sheath or a-line look on the red carpet and I think that this very lady-like dress would fit perfectly into her red carpet repertoire. Finishing the look with old Hollywood waves, a light pink lip, and a pair of gold pumps would really make this a gorgeous red carpet moment for Amy. emma-stone-2017-directors-guild-of-america-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Emma Stone did come out of the Academy Award nominations with one of the much coveted Best Actress nominations (and is among the top contenders for who could win) so I would imagine that we will be seeing Emma on the red carpet at a lot of the events leading up to the Academy Awards. Her La La Land director Damien Chazelle has swept the major awards shows thus far and is looking like a lock to win both the Directors Guild Award and the Best Director award at the Oscars. I would love it if Emma stepped out to support Damien at the DGA Awards wearing this  strapless barely lemon Chanel Spring 2017 Couture cocktail dress which features a strapless neckline, column silhouette with a draped peplum, and gorgeous embellishments. Some have voiced concerns that Emma will mostly wear Chanel through awards season, but I don’t think that is the case. I think there are one or two more Chanel looks in store for this season, but that Emma will be on so many red carpet that we will still get a variety of different looks and labels from the gorgeous red head. On the runway this dress was paired with a pair of silver pumps, but I would have Emma go the nude pump route with a chic updo, pink lip, and diamond cluster earrings to really make this an extremely chic red carpet moment. hailee-steinfeld-2017-directors-guild-of-america-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Hailee Steinfeld may have only received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in The Edge of Seventeen and her director Kelly Fremon Craig is nominated at the DGA awards for Outstanding Directorial Achievement of a First-Time Feature Film Director for 2016. I would love to see Hailee take to the DGA red carpet to support Kelly on the red carpet. I would love to see Hailee go for feminine glamour with this nude Elie Saab Spring 2017 Couture long sleeve, a-line midi dress which features gorgeous blue floral embroidery. Now this might be a more covered, classic, and feminine style than Hailee is used to any more, but I really think that it would be a gorgeous moment for Hailee to wear on the red carpet. I would love to see Hailee pair this dress with the Rihanna x Manolo Blahnik beaded denim sandals adding a chic bun, lined eye, nude lip, and diamond cluster earrings to perfectly round this look out for Hailee. naomie-harris-2017-directors-guild-of-america-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Naomie Harris has been the biggest style star of this awards season and I am really excited to see what she is going to wear as the Academy Awards draw ever closer. For the Directors Guild Awards, where her Moonlight director Barry Jenkins is nominated, I would love to see Naomie hit the red carpet wearing this modern and flirty acid yellow Diane von Furstenberg Pre-Fall 2017 cocktail dress which features an asymmetric one shoulder silhouette, ruffled bodice layer, and knee length fitted silhouette. This is such a modern moment, and the color is extremely bold making it the perfect look for Naomie to wear on the red carpet. Diane von Furstenberg has been making a red carpet comeback in a major way and I am looking forward to continue to seeing what lies ahead for the brand, and this would be another major moment. Since she has been killing her shoe game recently I would love to see Naomie wearing another really bold pair of shoes with pair of bold Sophia Webster ‘Chiara’ sandals. A sleek pinned back hairstyle, lined eye, nude lip, and a black clutch would let the dress and the shoes do all of the talking. nicole-kidman-2017-directors-guild-of-america-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1And last but not least is Nicole Kidman. I have been extremely disappointed in the looks that Nicole Kidman has put forth on the red carpet this year. Last year Nicole narrowly missed out on being on my Best Dressed of the Year list and this year she has a bunch of looks already in contention for Worst Dressed of the Year. I am hoping that as the race to the Oscars turns into the final sprint that the Best Supporting Actress will turn everything around. For the Directors Guild Awards I would love to see Nicole go for feminine and masculine all at the same time with this floral print Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 black suit on the red carpet. I think that if done correctly that this suit would be absolute perfection. A sleek low bun, nude lip, lined eye, diamond cluster earrings, and a pair of black pointed toe pumps would totally make this the turn around moment for Nicole on the road to the Oscars.

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