SAG Awards red carpet: Drew Barrymore’s dress is pretty, but Adam Lambert’s makeup is better


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Drew Barrymore, this award show season’s most fearless fashionista, has taken another risk, choosing a navy blue gown with a stiff, asymetrical peplum, beaded chiffon ribbons and embroidery at the hem by L.A.'s own Monique Lhuillier.

She has one of the evening’s many untidy up-dos too, and a nude lip. Not sure the makeup is up to the glamour of the gown.


Adam Lambert’s makeup is much prettier.

And hold up, Kate Hudson’s white long-sleeve Emilio Pucci gown is Jennifer Lopez-low in the back. It has a pleasing Halston-esque slinkiness to it, but the crystal embroidery on the side brings to mind sutures. Ouch. Maybe I just need a better look.

I like Marion Cotillard’s white Elie Saab dress a lot more now that I see it’s short with white feathers at the hem. Isn’t it strange that going short on the red carpet is such a radical move? More people should try it.

--Booth Moore


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Left photo: Drew Barrymore, credit: Matt Sayles / Associated Press; Right photo: Adam Lambert, credit: Paul Buck / European Pressphoto Agency