Saturday, February 21, 2015

Let's Talk Oscar Fashion

Birdman may have been the bigger winner last night but these talented women won the night too! From white to blush tones and a pop of red ruled the Oscar's red carpet last night.  
Here a few red carpet looks from last night.

Nothing says spring is right around the corner like white. It is always refreshing to see white on the red carpet.

 Julianne Moore, Best Actress Winner wore a floral embroidered Chanel Haute Couture gown.We love her polished hair and a berry lip to complete her winning look!

Marion Cotillard, a nominee wore a Haute Couture gown by Dior. 

 Lupita Nyong'o, last year winner for Best Supporting Actress wore a custom design by Francisco Coast of Calvin Klein Collection. According to reports her gown had 6,000 natural pearls, that must have weighed a ton.

Reese Witherspoon, another nominee (Yay, for Wild) wore a Tom Ford gown. 

One of the biggest trends of the night was blush tones from coral, pale pink, to nude. 
This is a very popular color for spring also.

Anna Kendrick (How great was her performance with host Neil Patrick Harris in the opening number?) wore a coral gown from designer Monique Lhuiller.

Zoe Saldana worn a gown by Atelier Versace. 

 Gwyneth Paltrow in Ralph & Russo. We are getting a little Carrie from Sex and the City vibe with the floral detail but those earrings are amazing!

Jennifer Aniston opted for this sparkly nude Versace number instead of her classic black. 

Leave to J. Lo to bring the glam to the red carpet in this beaded Elie Saab gown.

The pop of color of the night goes to red. 

Dakota Johnson wore an one-shoulder gown by Yves Saint Laurent. 

 Rosamund Pike, another nominee (If you haven't seen Gone Girl yet please do so, one of my favorite performances of the year is from Rosamund.) wore Givenchy Haute Couture gown.

 Parallel's favorite looks of the night goes to Emma Stone and Margot Robbie!
Emma Stone is always one to stand out with her red carpet choices, this one didn't disappoint either. A stunning glittery floor-length gown in an acid green color by Elie Saab was a show stopper.

Margot Robbie rocked this plunging femme fatale gown by Yves Saint Laurent which stole the show for us. She paired her gown with an eye-catching statement necklace by Can Cleef & Arpels. According to the actress "It's worth more than my life."

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times

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