Watch: 2022 SAG Awards Noms: SNUBS & SURPRISES

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The 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will kick off Sunday, Feb. 27, from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif..

The ceremony, which will be broadcast live on both TNT and TBS, will feature the biggest names in television and film, including Nicole KidmanAndrew Garfield and Jennifer Aniston going head-to-head in categories devoted entirely to acting.

But for fashion fans, the night also marks the triumphant return of the red carpet. Last year, due to the COIVID-19 global pandemic, the SAG Awards were an entirely virtual affair. The shortened, one-hour ceremony was pre-recorded and winners were informed ahead of time so they could pre-tape their acceptance speeches.

There was also no red carpet, meaning honorees were forced to showcase their glamorous SAG looks from their homes on social media. But this year, presenters and nominees will finally get the chance to strut their stuff again on the red carpet.  

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As we get ready to ogle over all the 2022 fashions, keep scrolling to take a look back at the best SAG Award looks of all time—from Halle Berry's vibrant number in 2000 to Margot's Robbie's memorable Miu Miu moment in 2018.




The Euphoria star rocked the 2023 red carpet in a gorgeous, rosy Valentino pink gown. 

Selena Gomez

The Only Murders In The Building star slayed at the 2022 ceremony in a dramatic Oscar de la Renta gown. 

Jennifer Garner

The Alias alum wowed in a red Dolce & Gabbana that was a standout on the silver carpet in 2020. 

Julianna Marguiles

After QMS Medicosmetics and Thrive Causemetics teamed up with makeup artist Rachel Goodwin to perfect The Morning Show star's glam, the actress was ready to wow in 2022 with her vintage Narciso Rodriguez dress. 

James Marsden

The Jury Duty star proved that switching things up can pay off when he arrived on the 2023 red carpet in a sky-blue Dolce & Gabbana suit.

Vanessa Hudgens

The High School Musical alum looked was like a breath of fresh air on the 2022 red carpet in an aqua Atelier Versace dress. She styled the silky number with delicate Chopard jewels and gold stilettos.

Michelle Yeoh

The Everything Everywhere All At Once star put a new meaning on "all that glitters is gold" when she stepped onto the 2023 red carpet.

Halle Berry

The Oscar winner stopped traffic in a vibrant red-orange number at the 2001 ceremony. The jewel-embellished belt and boatneck detail were a chef's kiss.

Lady Gaga

Clad in Armani, the House Of Gucci star was white-hot at the 2022 event. 

Diane Kruger

In 2010, the actress stunned in a mustard-colored Jason Wu gown that featured a dramatically draped shoulder and elegant train.

Kaley Cuoco

The Flight Attendant star turned her backyard into a full-on runway as she modeled her bright and bold pink gown by Prabal Gurung for the virtual 2021 show.

Jennifer Aniston

The Morning Show star looked effortlessly chic in 2020 wearing a simple, yet striking white slip dress by Dior.

Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita's a style icon through and through, and this floral teal Gucci gown from the 2014 awards show is just further proof of that.

Margaret Qualley

The Maid star sealed her Cool Girl status when she stepped onto 2020's silver carpet in a Chanel suit. 

Cynthia Erivo

All eyes were on the star when she entered the room in a larger-than-life Schiaparelli gown in 2020.

Danai Gurira

The Black Panther actress was a vision in white at the 2019 show with this angelic Ralph & Russo design. The feathery confection was both fierce and fabulous!

Eva Longoria

In 2016, the Desperate Housewives alum made heads turn with her risqué Julien Macdonald dress. From the plunging neckline to the intricate beading and lace to the unique green hue, this was a lewk to remember.

Taika Waititi

When it comes to men's red carpet fashion, sometimes a little goes along way. Take the JoJo Rabbit director's 2020 SAG Awards look: the sparkly embellishments on his suit collar help bring his all-black look to the next level. 

Zoë Kravitz

The Big Little Lies star was the definition of glamour in 2020 when she graced the red carpet in a peach-colored Oscar de la Renta gown and white satin gloves.

Sandra Oh

The Killing Eve actress made us say 'Oh!' in 2008 over this larger-than-life design, which was couture version of a Korean hanbok. From the massive hot pink bow to the billowing skirt, this gown was everything and more.


Kathryn Newton

The actress made a huge splash on the red carpet in 2020 in her bright and bold orange dress by Valentino.

Margot Robbie

The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood star oozed with glamour at the 2018 event with her blush-colored Miu Miu gown, which featured an explosion of feathers and jewel embellishments.

Janelle Monáe

The Dirty Computer singer brought high-fashion (and fun) to the 2017 event with her jaw-dropping Chanel gown. What's more? She also rocked a fabulous updo that was adorned with sparkly floral jewel accessories.

Salma Hayek

The Like a Boss actress looked like a ray of sunshine at the 2017 ceremony with her bright yellow Gucci dress, which featured delightful hints of pink.

Laverne Cox

A dress so good it made the actress do a leg pop! The Promising Young Woman star served bawdy at the 2016 ceremony with her burgundy Prabal Gurung design.

Taraji P. Henson

The Empire star showed off her sweet and daring side in 2017 with a sheer, princess-like gown by Reem Acra. 

Constance Wu

The Hustlers actress dazzled from head-to-toe in 2019 with her silver sequins gown by Oscar de la Renta.

Julianne Moore

The award-winning star's flawless style speaks for itself, with another hit in 2015 with this emerald-beaded Givenchy gown.

Melissa McCarthy

The comedian and actress lit up the red carpet in 2019 wearing a shimmery silver gown by Lorane. From the billowing sleeves to the plunging neckline, Melissa was a total knock-out.

Gwendoline Christie

The Game of Thrones star set the red carpet ablaze with her red hot, hot, hot halter dress by Giles at the 2015 ceremony.

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