Falling between the more glamorous Golden Globe and Oscar ceremonies, the Screen Actors Guild Awards doesn't usually call for celebrities to pull out all the fashion stops. Even so, it provides red-carpet walkers the opportunity to have some fun with fashion.
Here are some of the night's more interesting looks.
Most Controversial Cleavage: Jennifer Aniston in a vintage John Galliano gown with a plunging neckline and fiance Justin Theroux by her side, drew a lot of attention on the red carpet.
Aniston wore a red Gucci tux with a similarly plunging neckline that showed a lot of side boob to the recent Critics Choice Awards and while some members of the new Fashion Police team voiced mixed feelings on Aniston showing so much cleavage, they then agreed that, unlike many other Hollywood actresses, at least her breasts are real.
Sexiest Couple: Sofia Vergara, in a Donna Karan red silk georgette gown and her own Sofia Vergara for Kay Jewelers jewelry, and Joe Manganiello (left in photo) seemed made for each other. But who spends the most time looking in the mirror?
Most Fashion Forward: The always stylish Emma Stone rocked the red carpet in a Dior Haute Couture black tuxedo gown with silk chiffon skirt and silk crepe jacket.
Most Improved: Keira Knightley, in an Erdem purple lace gown that gracefully hid her baby bump, with hubby James Righton. Most fashion observers thought Knightly's look was a vast improvement over the Chanel "Amish" gown she wore at the Golden Globes.
Best Print: Colorful prints don't usually work on the red carpet but Lupita Nyong’o proved the exception to the rule in this Elie Saab watercolor print long sleeve gown with plunging neckline.
Best Male Duo: Dallas Buyers Club co-stars Matthew McConaughey, in a cerulean tuxedo with black lapels, and Jared Leto, in a black tux accessorized with a pink flower that matched his socks, out dazzled many of the ladies.
Best Use of Color: Yellow is a hard shade to wear but Orange Is The New Black co-star Uzo Aduba looked spectacular in a Angel Sanchez sleeveless yellow macramé gown.
Best Showcase of an Acclaimed Designer Hardly Ever Seen on the Red Carpet: Marc Jacobs is consistently considered the hottest American designer by the fashion crowd, but his designs rarely show up on the red carpet. However, Homeland star Claire Danes showcased an on-trend Jacobs look in an olive halter gown with a peek-a-boo cutout at the navel.
Best Alternative: Julia Roberts wore a Givenchy black corseted jumpsuit that was a fresh alternative to the traditional red carpet looks.
Best Custom Looks: Some stars have the clout to have red carpet looks designed directly for them. Givenchy's Ricardo Tisci designed a green haute couture gown for Julianne Moore that complemented her red hair while Giorgio Armani's custom gown with structured cape top and black silk crepe skirt for Sarah Paulson was a chic standout.
Slinkiest Gown: Reese Witherspoon's form-fitting Giorgio Armani custom white one-shoulder gown with matte sequin detailing evoked a bit of old Hollywood style.
Most Fun Couple: Wouldn't you want to hang out at an awards show with Felicity Huffman (in a Lorena Sarbu dress) and William H. Macy?
Most Dazzling Transformations: Orange Is The New Black co-stars Dascha Polanco, in a form-fitting lace gown, and Laverne Cox, in a blush-toned Johanna Johnson gown, glammed up for the evening, although Polanco seemed to be trying a little too hard to emulate a Kardashian.
One Gown We Bet Looked Better In Person: We're thinking Gone Girl Rosamund Pike's Dior Haute Couture embroidered dark ink blue silk dress is beautiful when viewed up close, but it sure doesn't photograph well.
Best Example of Less Is More: Viola Davis' simple white halter Max Mara gown, accessorized with beaded earrings, suited the occasion.
Best Family Portrait: Debbie Reynolds, center, who was honored with a SAG Lifetime Achievement Award, enjoyed the evening with daughter Carrie Fisher, left, and her gorgeous granddaughter, Billie Lourd.