It was a case of no red carpet, no worries for Aussie icon Nicole Kidman, who staged an award ceremony-worthy photoshoot in her very own backyard for the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night (US time).
The 55-year-old was simply stunning in a sheer, beaded gown by Giorgio Armani while posing up a storm in the sunshine outside her lush LA home.
Nicole thrilled fans by uploading a selection of gorgeous snaps by photographer Zack Whitford to her Instagram account in the lead-up to the SAG awards which were held virtually due to the COVID pandemic.
"Backyard Photoshoot for the #SAGAwards tonight," the Moulin Rouge! star captioned the pics.
"Thank you to all of my fellow actors for this so appreciated acknowledgment, and thank you @GiorgioArmani for the dress. Love to you all! xx" she added.
Nicole's exquisite floor-length frock featured long sleeves and masses of pink, purple and blue beaded flowers that, coupled with the garden setting, was positively nymph-like.
The mum-of-four complimented her gown with sparkling Harry Winston diamonds and a whimsical fishtail braid.
While Nicole didn't win on the night — she was nominated for The Undoing but lost out to The Queen's Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy — she certainly cleaned up in the style stakes.
"So pretty," gushed fellow Aussie actor Naomi Watts in the comments.
Channel 10 entertainment editor Angela Bishop added, "Stunning!!!"
"You're a VISION Nicole!" wrote the official SAG awards account.
SAG awards best-dressed
In lieu of an in-person red carpet, SAG organisers had nominees stay COVID safe by getting glam at home for the pre-recorded event.
Here are some of the best-dressed celebs who proved you don't need all the bells and whistles of an award show to look darn good.
Jurnee Smollett in Zuhair Murad
Lily Collins in Georges Hobeika
Florence Hunt in Valentino
Karen Robinson in Badgley Mischka
Jamie Chung in Oscar de la Renta
Hannah Waddingham in Dolce & Gabbana
Kathryn Drysdale in Jenny Packham
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