2013 SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARD WINNERS

MOVIES
Picture cast

Argo

Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis, Lincoln

Actress
Jennifer Lawrence, Silver Linings Playbook

Supporting actor
Tommy Lee Jones, Lincoln

Supporting actress
Anne Hathaway, Les Misérables

TELEVISION


Drama cast
Downton Abbey

Comedy cast
Modern Family

Actor, drama
Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad

Actress, drama
Claire Danes, Homeland

Actor, comedy
Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock

Actress, comedy
Tina Fey, 30 Rock

Actor, TV movie or miniseries
Kevin Costner, Hatfields & McCoys

Actress, TV movie or miniseries
Julianne Moore, Game Change


Photo Gallery: 2013 SAG Awards: Red Carpet Fashion

Color was yet again a big trend on the red carpet. Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, it was all about blues, purples and greens with some red thrown in for good measure.

It was clear from the moment Busy Philips tweeted she'd be arriving in a slinky blue Gabriela Cadena dress.

Blue was seen on Zuleikha Robinson, who wanted to break away from her austere character on "Homeland" so she chose a strapless princess gown by Gustavo Cadile in blue watercolor floral print on tulle.

Kerry Washington arrives at  the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium  in Los Angeles, California on January 27, 2013.
Kerry Washington arrives at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on January 27, 2013. (John McCoy / Staff Photographer)

"I love the color," she said, looking like she'd been picked from Monet's garden.

Edie Falco wore a sleeveless lace dress by Chagoury Couture all in blue with gold stitching. Heather Morris chose a dress by Gomez-Garcia that looked like it had turquoise ruffled ribbons sewn into mesh. Nicole Kidman sparkled in navy blue by Vivienne Westwood.

Sally Fields wore a lavender dress by J Mendel. Melissa Rauch went with a custom purple princess gown.

Jessica Pare came in a green ruched gown. Jessica Chastain skipped the press line and headed straight for the fans in the bleachers to sign autographs. All that was visible of her Alexander McQueen red dress was the back.

And yes, there was plenty of classic black and white as well - not to mention a few fashion stunners.

Jenna Ushkowitz was among the first to arrive in a shimmering white gown. She held up the hem as she passed by.

Other whites followed, including bombshell Sofia Vergara, who rushed by in a creamy satiny gown by Donna Karan. Julianne Moore also wore white - an odd fitting dress she could hardly walk in - with all-over black embroidered flowers by Chanel Haute Couture.

Black was the choice of Clare Danes, Anne Hathaway and Naya Rivera, all sporting a modern twist on a different era. Anna Gunn also wore a lovely wrap-around gown in black by Roland Mouret. With its unfinished edges, it looked like it had just been cut.

As for the stunners?

Look no further than Jennifer Garner who looked like a million bucks as she high heeled it by in gold.