SAG Awards: Glee Fashion!

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The Glee ladies shined on the SAG Awards red carpet. Most of the cast’s leading ladies chose light colors, like Lea Michele in a sparkly dress by Oscar de la Renta, Heather Morris in a blush chiffon Romona Keveza gown and Jayma Mays in a peach Jenny Packham dress that featured a beaded sleeve. Meanwhile, Amber Riley and Dianna Agron both chose dark hues; Riley in a black Anne Barge mermaid gown and Agron in a navy tea-length Chanel couture look. “I’ve never felt girlier!” said Agron, pictured. See the Glee cast’s red-carpet style in the gallery.

MORE! See the full SAG Awards red carpet!

How Hailee Steinfeld Picked Her Golden Globes Dress

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Finding the perfect dress for the Golden Globes isn’t an easy task. Just ask True Grit‘s Hailee Steinfeld. “I honestly tried on probably a countless amount of dresses,” the 14-year-old actress told us at the Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where she wore a peach one-shoulder mini by Marchesa. “The one I picked [for the Globes] was the last dress I tried on. After you’ve tried on a number of dresses, you don’t even want to put on anymore and you’re so upset by the fact that you haven’t found one. Then I put this one on and I fell in love with the way it fit.” The one that stole her heart? A cream gown by Prabal Gurung (shown), which she accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes. “Fashion is something I’ve gotten into these past couple months,” Steinfeld told us. “When I see something that I really like, I just go for it.”

Sharon Clott, with reporting by Lindzi Scharf

Our Top Picks for 2011 Designer Planners

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