The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards celebrated its annual event of the year at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center honouring outstanding performances from 2016 in film and television. Broadcasted live on TNT and TBS, the event marks the 20th telecast of this prestigious industry event on TNT and the 11th simulcast on TBS. Highlight of the evening saw Lily Tomlin receiving the 2016 SAG Life Achievement Award for her career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment – an award presented annually to an actor who fosters the ‘finest ideals of the acting profession’. This multi-award winner has an extraordinary collection of industry and public honour, which includes a 2014 Kennedy Center Award, two Peabody Awards, multiple Emmys, numerous American Comedy Awards, two Tony Awards, a Grammy and more. 121,546 members in good standing of SAG-AFTRA were sent voting instructions last December. The Screen Actors Guild Post-Awards Gala is hosted by PEOPLE magazine and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) for the 21st consecutive year.
Ana Locking closes the humanitarian trilogy with “The Dreamer” collection that conveys the message of “The power to the dreamer”. A sober palette of colours where the nude, camel, red and black were combined with a great wealth and variety of materials and textures.
Miguel Marinero has demonstrated perfect and refined patterns, revolving around the image of the 1980s and combining it in an initially impossible way with the sixteenth-century Spain. The mixture of garments of different styles and the perfect combination of materials have created modernity and sensuality from memories of the past.
Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada
Summer has ended but the fun continued when Ágatha Ruiz transformed her world into a collection of candy-inspired garments that wrap the body in the shape of cupcakes, doughnuts, pies, lollipops, gift boxes and everything you can find at a great party for a parade of true delights and treats.
The “Adam and Eve in Paradise” collection by Francis Montesinos is a call to nature and a tribute to the principality of Asturias – its places, landscapes and countryfolk. It takes a giddy leap into the future while displaying exuberance, character and nature.