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SAG Awards: One-shoulder looks stand out on the silver carpet

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Rachel Weisz, left, and Emma Stone arrive at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
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Seventy-seven degrees and sunny was the weather forecast Sunday for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and celebrities took advantage of the unseasonably warm January day by baring their arms — or at least one of them.

After playing on-screen rivals in “The Favourite,” Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz appeared to be twins, sharing a unique silhouette on the silver carpet at the Shrine Auditorium. Donning a black and silver gown by Givenchy, Weisz bared her left arm, while her right side was covered from shoulder to elbow. Stone did the same; her gold and black pantsuit by Louis Vuitton featured a long sleeve on the right and nothing on the left.

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Sandra Oh at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Gemma Chan from “Crazy Rich Asians” topped her one-shoulder pink gown by Oscar de la Renta with a puffy bow perched on the edge of her left clavicle. “Killing Eve” star Sandra Oh also opted for an asymmetrical look in a red one-shoulder embellished crepe gown from Jenny Packham. So did Sydney Sweeney from “The Handmaid’s Tale,” in a tricolor silk tulle asymmetric dress by Delpozo.

Stepping out of her lawyer uniform from the TV drama “How to Get Away With Murder,” Aja Naomi King shone in a bright yellow gown by Ralph & Russo with straps that crisscrossed smoothly over her left shoulder.

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Aja Naomi King at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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“Choosing the Ralph & Russo couture dress was an easy choice,” said Wayman Bannerman, half of the styling duo who worked with King. “The color was rich on her skin tone, the slit and cutout was bold and a new for direction for Aja.”

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Styling partner Micah McDonald added, “We wanted her to explore a new silhouette that personified her innate sultry aura.”

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