We are in the midst of all the guild awards right now. The Producers Guild Awards took place about a week and a half ago and was won by Green Book, the Screen Actors Guild Awards took place last night and was won by Black Panther. The winner of the Directors Guild of America Award for Best Motion Picture is definitely going to point to who may win at the Oscars at the end of next month. On the red carpet we tend to see more than just the nominated directors. We also usually see some of the members of the casts of nominated films and television shows. So I am interested in seeing what everyone will bring to the red carpet this coming Saturday at the DGA Awards. Irina Shayk hasn’t been the most consistent plus one in awards season history. Though when she has stepped out to support her lover Bradley Cooper she has been very consistent in wearing designs from her good friend Donatella Versace. I don’t know if we would see Irina on the red carpet at the DGA Awards, where Bradley is nominated for both Best Director of a Feature Film and Best First Time Feature Film Director, but I do think we may see her snuck in the side door. I don’t think she wants to take away from any of his spotlight. She definitely would if she stepped onto the red carpet on Bradley’s arm wearing this blue Atelier Versace Fall 2018 Couture column gown which features a corseted bodice, satin straps and waist panels, intricate sequin embellishments, and a thigh high split, and I wouldn’t mind. I have been imagining this gown on Irina for a very long time, but have been waiting for the right red carpet to use it for her. I really do believe that this is just the right night for her to bring this gown to life. A sleek high ponytail, thick defined eyes, soft red lips, a pair of blue Gianvito Rossi ‘Portofino’ sandals, and Chopard Red Carpet Collection diamond chandelier earrings all would make it the perfect plus one moment. Last night was actually the first time that we saw Laura Harrier step out of Louis Vuitton since the Palm Springs Film Festival Awards Gala. She wore a custom pink LOEWE gown for the SAG Awards, and I will honestly say that I was underwhelmed. I want to see her shun the brand again on Saturday night if she steps out to support her nominated BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee. I love this gunmetal grey Paco Rabanne Pre-Fall 2019 chain-link gown which features a v-neckline and short fluid sleeves for Laura. I would remove the chain link sleeveless turtleneck that the gown was paired with in the lookbook, but the gown itself definitely is something I think that would look very chic on Laura. She hasn’t given us much of a 70’s vibe on the red carpet, but I think that this gown pays tribute to the era of the film and Laura would make it an effortless moment especially when paired with a sleek updo, smokey eyes, soft dark rose pink lips, a silver Louis Vuitton ‘Petite Boite Chapeau’ epi leather top handle evening bag, a pair of silver Louis Vuitton ‘Sihouette’ sandals, and statement Amwaj diamond waterfall earrings. Patricia Clarkson didn’t wear her lucky designer, Georges Chakra, last night, and she ended up not winning a SAG Award for her performance in Sharp Objects. I have been LOVING what Patricia has been cooking up with her stylist Victor Blanco since the two started working together last year at the start of the Sharp Objects promo tour. I want to see Patricia bring her biggest designer moment yet to the red carpet this weekend at the Directors Guild of America Awards wearing this black Prada Spring 2019 RTW disc paillette embellished cocktail dress which features long sleeves, a defined waist with gold buttons, and a crew neckline. I have been wondering who could bring this dress to life on the red carpet, and when I was thinking of the perfect dress for Patricia to wear it just clicked. This dress paired with a sleek updo, defined eyes, red lips, a black and gold Malone Souliers ‘Morissey’ pointed toe d’orsay pumps, and 18k gold Djula ‘Sun’ diamond drop earrings would be a major moment for Patrica to bring to life on this red carpet. Rounding out the list is The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel herself Rachel Brosnahan. She did take home the SAG Award last night and I want to continue to see her bring gorgeous moments to the red carpet. I would love to see her give us dramatic ballerina vibes wearing this royal blue Pamella Roland Pre-Fall 2019 teal length tulle gown which features v-neckline with a fitted bodice, an A-line silhouette and tiers of pleated organza. She did wear a tea length custom Dior Couture gown last night, but I have to say I wasn’t impressed. I think that this gown would be a real wow moment on Rachel. She does color really well and I know that she would be able to really carry that dramatic neckline. A cobalt blue Judith Leiber Couture ‘Cherry Cayman’ crocodile box clutch, a sleek updo, defined rimmed eyes, soft red lips, a pair of simple blue Rene Caovilla crystal embellished sandals, and Bulgari ‘Le Magnifiche Creazioni’ diamond and sapphire cluster earrings all would perfectly compliment this very chic and bold moment.
The 2019 Directors Guild of America Awards will take place on February 2, 2019.