High Fives: Our Top Five from the SAG Awards

The SAG awards red carpet hasn't traditionally been known for stellar gowns, but this past weekend was -- in these five cases -- a remarkable exception.

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The star of the red carpet was inarguably Diane Kruger, who rocked an off-the-shoulder Jason Wu gown with a glamorous mustard-yellow color and feminine draping that made us think of Michelle Williams' stuff-of-legend yellow Vera Wang from the 2006 Oscars.
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Marion Cotillard went short for the event and absolutely dazzled in a bright white Elie Saab cocktail dress. The texture on this piece is absolutely incredible -- especially the architectural one-shoulder element -- and really suits her curves just perfectly.
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Sandra Bullock embraced a richly-hued gown (much like her purple Golden Globes dress), and we're more and more convinced that she should clad herself entire in jewel tones from here on out. This deep, moody McQueen had just the right amount of sparkle, and the slim fit looked incredibly flattering on.
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While her Golden Globes gown seemed slightly ill-fitted an droopy, Carey Mulligan's scarlet Lanvin was perfectly draped to her form, and her short-cropped 'do really allowed her to wear a more dramatic gown without the whole look seeming too busy.
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So, it's true: Kate Hudson was again wearing a white-and-sparkling slim-fit gown (in this case, by Elie Saab). And yes, it seemed to channel Hilary Swank's winning backless look. But bottom line: She looks fantastic, her hair is flawless, and the dress is simple and sexy.
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