Hollywood's movers and shakers headed to downtown Los Angeles on Saturday night for the 72nd Annual Directors Guild Awards at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. While we didn't see any of the dramatic gowns we are blessed with at the Oscars and Golden Globes, fashionable filmmakers were definitely on hand — and Wonderwall.com rounded up all of the best and worst looks of the night, starting with "This is Us" star Chrissy Metz, who had one of the best ensembles of the evening. The actress looked gorgeous in a carillon blue custom made Coyan winged gown that featured contrasting fabrics.
Chrissy Metz was glowing, with a touch of peachy blush on her cheeks. She finished off the look with jewelry by Jared Lehr.
A red Hervé Leger is never a bad idea, but Christine Lahti missed the mark with the addition of bizarre red-and-black heels, tinted glasses and a pendent necklace, which simply didn't work with the off-the-shoulder neckline.
Christine Lahti's glasses definitely were a distraction from her sexy Hervé Leger dress.
"Vikings" star Katheryn Winnick opted for a timeless and sophisticated black velvet long-sleeved gown. A coat of red lipstick completed her simple but stylish look.
Sneakers are definitely having a moment right now. Everyone is wearing them from the gym to the red carpet. While we were totally into director Catherine Hardwicke's leaf-print suit, her platform, square-toed kicks just didn't work with it.
Catherine Hardwicke rocked a white pussy-bow blouse with her gorgeous suit.
Constance Zimmer was elegantly waisted, wearing a sleeved, mock turtleneck gown that featured a gorgeous sash.
Constance Zimmer let her dress make the statement, opting for a minimal makeup look.
"Queen & Slim" director Melina Matsoukas killed it in a truly unique asymmetrical white-shirt-slash-tuxedo style number.
Director Alma Har'el's bronze lamé gown perfectly complemented her rich red locks. And her belt? So chic.
Every man needs to take a cue from Byron Bowers and invest in an emerald green suit. His look was truly menswear perfection.
Byron Bowers finished off his already perfect look with a killer bowtie.
Amy Sherman-Palladino brought a little wacky fashion to the red carpet, wearing an all-black ensemble with a top hat.
Amy Sherman-Palladino's Abraham Lincoln-esque hat deserves a closer look.
Director Ava DuVernay wore a super-delicate powder-blue gown.
Alex Meneses was one of the few people who brought pattern to the DGA awards with her attention-grabbing leopard-print slip dress.
Jessica Yu's cabernet colored gown looked perfect against her gorgeous skin tone.
Mati Diop perfectly demonstrated how a handbag can make an outfit. We love how she added a dose of color to her dark ensemble with an attention-grabbing accessory.
A perfectly tailored suit never goes out of style. "Jojo Rabbit" director Taika Waititi was clad in a perfect plaid double-breasted suit, complete with a colorful handkerchief and all.