Who wore what to the Producers Guild Awards: from Charlize to Constance and Kate Beckinsale
The pared-back red carpet offered some stylish, very wearable looks
Awards season is in full swing, with Saturday night all about the Producers Guild Awards.
The annual honour was established in 1990, and it celebrates those behind the scenes: the producers that make TV and movies happen each year.
The red carpet was understated but stylish, with Charlize Theron in Givenchy, Nicole Kidman in J. Mendel and Constance Wu in Etro. Kate Beckinsale brought the most all-out glam (and her look is probably the most divisive) with a bling Zuhair Murad jumpsuit.
The Producers Guild Awards are sandwiched between the Critics' Choice Awards and the Screen Actors Guild Awards. It's all about the run-up to the Oscars (on February 9), with the Directors Guild, Writers Guild and Grammy awards still to come before then.
At Saturday night's Producers Guild Awards, Octavia Spencer received the Visionary Award and Marta Kauffman of Friends and Grace and Frankie fame won the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television.
As for the movies that won, Toy Story 4 won top animation, Leaving Neverland top non-fiction TV, Apollo 11 was deemed top documentary motion picture and the movie Bombshell won the Stanley Kramer Award.
Updated: January 19, 2020 11:32 AM