Who wore what to the Oscars?
Going to the Oscars is an exciting event; The #RedCarpet event was a jaw dropping fashion show, from amazing silhouettes to detailed embroidery, sexy lace to stand out colors. This Oscars was the most exciting fashion show yet. It was the epitome of inspiration and glamour!
Pink is wearing an Elie Saab haute couture dress and Forevermark jewels.
The women that made a splash at the Oscars!
The biggest event of the year was without a doubt the most important night to make a fashion splash; despite the cold weather these women brought it. Some of our favorites were Jennifer Lawrence in her skintight Dior gown and Lupita Nyong’o in baby blue Prada. Amy Adams wore a Flawless strapless Gucci Dress in navy blue with simple but stunning jewels by Tiffany and Co. The jewel of the night was Cate Blanchett in an amazingly detailed Armani dress – she shined.
I discovered that joy is not the negation of pain, but rather acknowledging the presence of pain and feeling happiness in spite of it.
– Lupita Nyong’o
Keeping it classic and tasteful was executed by some our favorites.
Sandra bullock in Alexander McQueen, satin navy blue dress stole the show with the amazing fit and intricate details in the dress. Charlize Theron killed it in a curve hugging black lace Dior with a plunging neckline. Looking like a spring flower Camila Alves wore a pale pink Gabriela Cadena gown that draped gorgeously over one shoulder. Ann Hathaway graced our presence in an open back Gucci. She looked striking and edgy shining like a diamond with minimal makeup to create a fresh look. Another gem of the night was Kate Hudson in her backless Versace gown.
The Oscars this year were more story forward and relaxed than we’ve seen in decades. From Ellen DeGeneres’ ease and comedic delivery to the spontaneous #Instagram pics, this was a year that set a new pace. The fashion was reminiscent of times passed with a modern day twist that propelled the ambiance of the evening’s event with a candor of both optimism and humanity.
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