In the scope of all of the conversations in Hollywood these days, it feels slightly strange that The Shape of Water is sort of quietly marching towards the Best Picture Oscar, right? It’s often said that the guild awards are the best indicators of where the Oscar race will end up, and The Shape of Water won the big prize at the Producers Guild Awards on Saturday, the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures. I’m not saying The Shape of Water is a bad movie – I haven’t seen it yet – but it does seem odd that a fantasy-drama film about a “mute” woman and her love for a tortured fish-man would be so universally beloved (of course, on paper, Pan’s Labyrinth shouldn’t work either but that film is incredible).
Other notable PGA Award winners included Jordan Peele picking up the Stanley Kramer Award for Get Out, and using his speech to talk about the real-life Sunken Place (the Trump presidency). Ava DuVernay won the Visionary Award, and Patty Jenkins picked up the David O. Selznick Achievement Award for Wonder Woman. You can read more about the PGAs here. Here are some of the fashion photos from the event, which was technically a “daytime” event but most people were in evening/cocktail dress. Allison Williams wore an Ulyana Sergeenko jumpsuit. I kind of love it?
Tracee Ellis Ross in Tory Burch. I love her, but it looks like she’s wearing a repurposed Indian wall hanging.
Margot Robbie in Louis Vuitton. I’m not feeling this, but I’m rarely feeling anything from LV.
Mary J. Blige in Elie Saab. She looks amazing and I almost always hate yellow gowns.
Gal Gadot in a custom Armani Prive. This is… pretty and also sort of meh.
Kerry Washington in Paolo Sebastian Couture. I love this. This is one of my favorite dresses from Kerry in a long time.
Reese Witherspoon in Dolce & Gabbana. Why are people still wearing D&G? I don’t know. I hate to say this though, but this is a cute dress.
Greta Gerwig in Monse. She looks good. I love the color.
Photos courtesy of WENN.