Julianne Moore isn't just the Oscar frontrunner in the Best Actress category for her devastating performance in "Still Alice," she also hits home run after home run with her style on the red carpet.
The 54-year-old actress won a Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her aforementioned part, and looked every bit a winner on stage. Wearing an emerald green tank column dress from Givenchy Haute Couture, the star's show-stopping look was made even more special as the light reflected off of her gown's fringe-like bead work.
Moore accessorized with nude nails and lavender Chopard earrings, but this is not the first time she's worn Givenchy during this awards season. Back at the Golden Globes, the "Maps to the Stars" actress donned a silver and black ombré Givenchy Haute Couture gown comprised of sequins and feathers. She took home a trophy that night, too. Moore's been sticking to several different looks over the past few weeks, and rocked a long-sleeved, partly-sheer black Saint Laurent dress at the Critics Choice Awards. Yes, she also won that night.
Yet, as Moore's trophy case continues to grow, so too does her humility. While accepting her SAG Award statue, she kicked off her speech with, "When I was on 'As the World Turns,'" which got a big laugh from the crowd. Later on, as the "Birdman" cast said their thank yous for winning Best Ensemble Cast, Zach Galifianakis lovingly parroted Moore's line, earning a bigger audience guffaw.
Congratulations, Julianne on another big win and for contributing to both the night's best style moment and biggest laugh!
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