The Producers Guild Awards are back on Jan. 18, 2020, but before the prizes are handed out, it's time to look back at the show's best fashion over the years. From bold shades to a surprising number of minidresses, Wonderwall.com has rounded up the standout style moments, starting with this one: It was all black with dashes of lace for Angelina Jolie at the 2012 Producers Guild Awards where the beauty donned a fitted Michael Kors design featuring lace sleeves, paneling at the waist and a thigh-high slit. Keep reading for more PGA fashion…
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One of our favorite looks of all time from this awards show? Mindy Kaling's killer one-shouldered emerald green Oscar de la Renta gown at the 2019 Producers Guild Awards. From the hue to that fun ruffle detail , we loved every inch of this bold and beautiful frock.
Lovely in lace! Kerry Washington opted for this magnificent Marchesa number at the 2013 Producers Guild Awards. The strapless dress featured lace detailing on a sweetheart neckline and along the hemline, and to add a few pops of color, she rocked a red clutch and a bold red lip.
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Sarah Paulson is one of our favorite stylish stars. She rocked this strapless Prabal Gurung number featuring orange and yellow textured strokes throughout at the 2016 Producers Guild Awards.
Gal Gadot arrived at the 2018 Producers Guild Awards in custom Armani. From the spaghetti straps to the intricate spiral detailing at the neckline to the semi-sheer hemline, this black gown was anything but boring and paired perfectly with her strappy black sandals and bold red lip.
At the 2015 Producers Guild Awards, Keira Knightley stunned in Chanel straight from the runway — a white top with floral appliques and a funky floral-print skirt finished off with black pointy-toe pumps.
Pretty in peach! Freida Pinto picked this Donna Karan design — a sleeveless fitted frock with plenty of ruching — for the 2009 Producers Guild Awards. To accessorize, she added dashes of metallics: bronze peep-toe pumps and a silver clutch.
Lupita Nyong'o's dusty pink Stella McCartney dress stands out thanks to its unique asymmetrical shape. The star wore the eye-catching mini to the 2014 Producers Guild Awards, pairing it with a snakeskin clutch and strappy sandals.
We still remember Jessica Chastain's black Balenciaga moment at the 2012 Producers Guild Awards. The perfectly tailored frock featured spaghetti straps and a delicate train that exuded glamour on the red carpet.
Lily Collins was a vision in bright green at the 2017 Producers Guild Awards. The actress arrived in this Emanuel Ungaro halter-style gown with a keyhole cut-out and a ruffled and tiered skirt.
Most of our favorite looks from the PGAs have included bright pops of color, like this fiery orange Roland Mouret number that Amanda Seyfried wore in 2013. She accessorized with a black clutch and platform peep-toe pumps to complement the dress's belt.
Rami Malek looked dapper in a tux and white dress shirt at the 2017 Producers Guild Awards. The most surprising part of his look? That he went sans tie, keeping his modern menswear a little edgy.
Outstanding in orange! Tracee Ellis Ross made a style statement at the 2018 Producers Guild Awards in this brightly hued Tory Burch design that featured long sleeves, a high neck and beautiful silver embellishments throughout.
Though the Brock Collection frock that Alison Brie wore to the 2019 Producers Guild Awards was polarizing for fashion critics at the time, we loved the interesting confection. From the spaghetti straps to the floral corset to the frilly skirt, the romantic design was complemented perfectly by equally over-the-top shoes.
At the 2006 PGAs, Sandra Oh matched the red carpet in this gorgeous cap-sleeved ruby red gown. Extra points for pairing it with delicate silver accessories.
Diane Lane wowed in navy blue at the 2008 Producers Guild Awards. Her elegant gown featured a sweetheart neckline and subtle pleating.
Linda Cardellini served up serious style at the 2019 Producers Guild Awards. The actress arrived in this strapless Georges Chakra design featuring just the right amount of delicate sequined detailing and tulle without overdoing it. We adored that shade of pink and the way it paired perfectly with that clutch.
Minidresses on a formal red carpet can be tricky, but January Jones pulled it off in this Elie Saab number at the 2009 Producers Guild Awards. Her sparkly strapless dress with geometric patterns screamed "aughts," but at the time, it was a very chic look — as were the gunmetal gray peep-toe pumps she wore.
Another mini that worked? Amy Adams' little black dress at the 2011 Producers Guild Awards. The long-sleeved frock featured a plunging neckline with a butterfly-shaped embellishment at the base and paired well with Amy's peep-toe platforms.
Emma Stone donned a unique shade of yellow at the 2019 Producers Guild Awards. The actress's long-sleeved, fitted Louis Vuitton dress was accessorized with a super-bold statement necklace that took this look to the next level.
Tyra Banks shimmered at the 2007 Producers Guild Awards in this lovely black gown. The design's sweetheart neckline and full skirt gave it a fairy princess vibe, helping the supermodel stun on the red carpet.
Claire Danes' jazzed-up black dress at the 2015 Producers Guild Awards certainly turned heads! The sleeveless frock by Roksanda featured an orange panel and a subtle dash of blue plaid at the waist, which flowed into a full skirt with an asymmetrical hemline.
Emerald green is always a strong color choice, and Greta Gerwig's Monse design at the 2018 Producers Guild Awards was a winner. We liked this gown's surprising cut-outs at the shoulders, the high neck detail and the ruching at the sleeves.