words by Sarah Kennelly

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Last night, the 30th annual SAG Awards took place in Los Angeles, honouring a star-studded cast of actors and actresses. Airing live for the first time on Netflix, the show was presented with more laid-back energy than usual. Quasi-host, Idris Elba, set the tone for the night when he dropped a casual F-bomb in his opening dialogue, breaking free from the stuffy rules of cable TV. 

This light-hearted atmosphere continued throughout the night, with some hysterical moments worth watching back. For one, Meryl Streep was joined by Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt to give us the ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ reunion we always dreamed of. And while presenting an award, Billie Eilish autographed Melissa McCarthy’s forehead with a permanent marker. Even certain winners, like Pedro Pascal, made the audience chuckle, by admitting he was too drunk to be giving an acceptance speech and running off-stage. 

But it wasn’t all skits and faux pas’, with some of the best movies and TV series of the decade getting some well-deserved recognition. 

As expected, Oppenheimer and The Bear dominated the awards, landing three wins each in their respective categories. Cillian Murphy and his “Oppenhomies” took to the stage to thank their fellow actors for supporting the record-breaking blockbuster of the year. While Ayo Edebiri’s win for The Bear, made her one of just four black women to win an Emmy, Golden Globe, Critics Choice, and SAG award. 

Here is a list of winners who took home an award.


Film categories:

  • Best actor: Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer
  • Best actress: Lily Gladstone – Killers of the flower moon
  • Best supporting actor: Robert Downey Jr – Oppenheimer
  • Best supporting actress: Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers
  • Outstanding performance by a cast: Oppenheimer
  • Best stunt ensemble: Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One

    Television categories:
  • Best actor in a TV movie or limited series: Steven Yeun – Beef
  • Best actress in a TV movie or limited series: Ali Wong – Beef
  • Best actor in a drama series: Pedro Pascal – The Last of Us
  • Best actress in a drama series: Elizabeth Debicki – The Crown 
  • Best actor in a comedy series: Jeremy Allen White – The Bear
  • Best actress in a comedy series: Ayo Edebiri – The Bear
  • Best ensemble cast in a drama series: Succession
  • Best ensemble cast in a comedy series: The Bear
  • Best stunt ensemble in a TV series: The Last of Us

Although only some actors were lucky enough to take home an award last night, many stole the show in beautiful couture gowns and tuxedos. Here is a list of our 10 best-dressed of the night. 

Ali Wong

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Ali Wong of The Beef, stunned in an Iris Van Herpen dress, dawning a beautiful wing-like sculpture of geometric petals made from dazzling fibreglass.

Elizabeth Debicki

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Elizabeth Debicki, of The Crown, exuded grace in a custom powder-blue Armani gown that scooped below her lower back, sprinkled with delicate beading that hugged her body. 

Colman Domingo

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Colman Domingo, double nominee for The Colour Purple and Rustin, wore an impeccably tailored custom Off-White tuxedo, setting the bar for what men’s fashion should look like. 

Danielle Brooks

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Danielle Brooks, of The Colour Purple, wore a show-stopping Christian Siriano dress that was part-tuxedo. The perfect nod to her award-winning movie. 

Maddie Ziegler

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Maddie Ziegler, Dance Moms star and actress, was an unexpected addition to the best dressed list. But she was the epitome of fashion-forward in a vintage Alexander McQueen dress, showing you can be sustainable and sexy. 

Margot Robbie

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Margot Robbie, star of Blockbuster hit Barbie, wore a little black Schiaparelli dress with a beautiful bubble-gum pink sash, adding drama to the blue carpet. 

Selena Gomez

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Selena Gomez, stunned in a dazzling white Versace dress, accentuated by her long brown bombshell curls. 

Jeremy Allen White 

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Jeremy Allen White of The Bear, strikes again, but instead of making jaws drop in his white calvins, his white Saint Laurent tuxedo did the trick. 

Emma Stone

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Emma Stone, of Poor Things, swept us off our feet in a plunging halter-neck Louis Vuitton dress. 

Bel Powley

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Bel Powley, of A Small Light, went hyper-feminine with a ballerina-inspired Chanel dress surrounded by tulle perfection.

Editor Marie-Pauline Cesari