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Fly or Fail: The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet

Award season is in full effect.

Just two weeks ago the Golden Globes were the topic of discussion, and last night (Jan. 26) everyone was tuned into the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Of course, the fashion's celebrities donned were to die for, some literally and others on a more positive note. While some hit the red carpet dressed to the nines others barely made the cut.

Vixens, continue clicking to check out our fly or fail roundup of the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as we weigh in on which ensembles were fly or a fail.


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TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Lupita Nyong'o

Of course, Lupita showed up and showed out in her true belle of the ball fashion. The actress righteously continues to hold the title of fashion's "it" girl, donning a beautiful floral printed Elie Saab’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection dress.

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Sofia Veraga

The "Modern Family" actress sizzled on the red carpet in a red gown by Donna Karan Atelier. Hot!

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Viola Davis

 The "How to Get Away with Murder" was a vision in white thanks to Max Mara.

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Camila Alves

Matthew McConaughey, who? His wife Camila was the center of attention as she graced the red carpet in a breathtaking velvet Donna Karan Atelier gown.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Vicky Jeudy

The "Orange is the New Black" star rocked a one of a kind Charbel Zoe Couture dress.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Emma Stone

Stone hit the red carpet in a very menswear-inspired little black dress by Christian Dior Couture, complete with a sheer train.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Dascha Polanco

The "Orange is the New Black" actress wowed us in a cream lace gown by Michael Costello that showed off her enviable curves.

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Lenny Kravitz

The rockstar's undeniable swag was on one hundred as he donned a two piece suit and polka dot button up by Saint Laurent.

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Julia Roberts

Veteran actress, Roberts, stole our hearts in this perfectly tailored Givenchy jumpsuit.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Laverne Cox

Cox was all glitz and glam in a Johanna Johnson custom fit gown.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Jennifer Anniston

Anniston wore vintage Galliano on the red carpet. We've seen her in better, but we do love the combination of the plunging neckline and lariat necklace.

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Uzo Adubo

Adubo looked gorgeous in a yellow Angel Sanchez gown.

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Danielle Brooks

Thanks to Brooks' navy gown by Christian Siriano, this hue is on our radar as the season's hottest color.

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Reese Witherspoon

Witherspoon was flawless in a one shoulder custom Armani gown.

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Paula Patton

Patton hit the carpet wearing an Aiisha Ramadan gown that was a bit too matronly for our taste.

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