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We don’t know if it was the frothy, pink tulle Molly Goddard dress Villanelle wore in ‘Killing Eve‘ that inspired it, but pink was certainly the colour du jour at the Oscars 2019.Linda Cardellini, star of ‘Green Book’ went all in and rocked up on the red carpet wearing one of the frothiest gowns we’ve ever clapped eyes on. While some applauded the look, others likened the former ‘Scooby Doo’ star to a Muppet. Fashion-forward Brit Gemma Chan opted for a look just as extravagant: a tiered, voluminous dress by Valentino. The very same look that caused Celine Dion to shed a tear of joy during Haute Couture Fashion Week.Angela Bassett put her own spin on the micro trend, wearing a dramatic, sweeping look in the fuchsia hue.But it was Julia Roberts, pretty in pink, who left fans giddy. Popping up at the prestigious awards at the last minute to present the Best Picture accolade, the Oscar-winner ensured she was on trend in a a one-shoulder, ruffled affair.
The director tried to storm out of the Dolby Theatre when the controversial film picked up the top prize on Sunday night.
Billy Porter was not playing with his 2019 Oscars outfit. The award-winning actor and musician showed up on the red carpet in a custom designed Christian Siriano gown that defines the meaning of fabulous. Naturally, social media lit up at the unexpected and refreshing look, but it was Oscar nominee Glenn Close who had the best reaction.
Oscar-nominated actress Sondra Locke was among those who were missed out during the annual 'In Memoriam' section of this year's Oscars.
For Rami Malek, winning the Oscar for Best Actor will unfortunately always come hand-in-hand with the the time he fell off the stage at the Dolby Theater.
The pair won the Oscar for Best Original song, sharing the award with Mark Ronson who co-wrote the number.
The Oscars fashion doesn’t stop at the awards ceremony’s red carpet; there are just as many iconic outfits to peruse at the annual Vanity Fair after party.This year, the A-list event was even more starry than the Academy Awards itself.Renée Zellweger made a rare appearance in a thigh-high split dress and newlywed Priyanka Chopra had a fairytale moment in a tulle ballgown.Kerry Washington looked beautiful in a layered gown while Julia Roberts’ niece Emma Roberts turned up the temperature in a semi-sheer, slinky number.But it was model Kendall Jenner’s, er, loin cloth inspired gown that will stick in our minds for years to come.
The British star of The Favourite won Best Actress on Sunday night, ahead of Glenn Close for The Wife and Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born.
The Oscars 2019 was just as star-studded as expected. Celebrities including ‘The Favourite’ lead Olivia Colman, ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Emilia Clarke and even tennis superstar Serena Williams took to the red carpet, wearing an array of wow-factor ensembles.For the most part, the A-list pack stuck to simple cuts and block colours – barely a print was seen at the awards.Even ‘A Star Is Born’ star Lady Gaga toned down her look and arrived wearing a black strapless, drop-waist McQueen number paired with her leather gloves. A 128-carat necklace (last worn by Audrey Hepburn) from Tiffany & Co completed the outfit.Helen Mirren, 73, was one of the best dressed at the Oscars 2019 in a coral Schiaparelli number. Jennifer Lopez, meanwhile, brought the glamour in a metallic, form-fitting Tom Ford look. Charlize Theron rocked custom Dior – and a new brunette hairdo that left her almost unrecognisable.The men were equally fashion-forward. Bradley Cooper and Rami Malek suited up in tuxedos while ‘Captain America’ star Chris Evans wore a velvet, blue suit jacket.Reporting by Elizabeth Di Filippo and Alison Coldridge.