Who wore what this weekend: LACMA Gala, Screen Actors Guild Foundation Anniversary and more



From the LACMA 2015 Art+Film Gala Honoring James Turrell And Alejandro G Inarritu to the Screen Actors Guild Foundation 30th Anniversary Celebration, this weekend saw stars sporting their Hollywood best as they dazzled on the red carpets. Stars were seen working their boldest ensembles this weekend in celebration of the best artists in the industry.

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The biggest theme this weekend was color. We're talking patterned pumps, bright bags and pastel frocks. As most stars at the LACMA 2015 Art+Film Gala rocked Gucci getups, it's no surprise that we saw so many daring, colorful looks on the red carpet. We especially loved Gwyneth Paltrow's Gucci ruffle dress (similar style here). The short frock was a sea blue-green shade with a sweet red flower at the neckline. The dress shimmered in a way that had Paltrow absolutely glowing. We also loved Salma Hayek's pink Gucci gown (get the look here). We're obsessed with the fusion of pink and red and the corset bodice flatters Hayek's amazing figure.

Another popular look this weekend was jumpsuits and pantsuits. From Diane Kruger's blue Monique Lhuillier ensemble to Abigail Spencer's Ralph Lauren pantsuit, Saoirse Ronan's Nafsika Skourti jumpsuit, Brit Marling's Gucci pantsuit and Camille Belle's Ralph Lauren jumpsuit (get the look here), stars proved that pants are absolutely red carpet appropriate.

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Watch this video to see more of Kim Kardashian's look at the LACMA Gala:

Kim Kardashian Showed Off Her Baby Bump
Kim Kardashian Showed Off Her Baby Bump



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