Although Hollywood won big at the Academy Awards, designers were making strides, too. Celebrities stepped into the spotlight dressed to the nines this year, reminding us all why designers still create Resort collections. The Oscars ended award season with a bang, with the best fashion seen this year. Let’s take a look at the best dressed at the 90th Academy Awards.
Uneven hems and off-the-shoulder necklines graced the red carpet this year. Sandra Bullock’s dress featured subtle asymmetry, while Camila Alves’ Vivienne Westwood gown featured a drastically uneven hem. Both Jennifer Garner in Atelier Versace and Laura Dern in Calvin Klein by Appointment went with uneven sleeves, while Zendaya’s Giambattista Valli Haute Couture gown had one long sleeve off the shoulder and a bare arm.
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Garments glittered at the Oscars, with dresses bedecked with silver and gold. Salma Hayek’s custom Gucci gown featured jewel trim over the bust, while Keala Settle in Chistian Siriano x Laura Basci and Molly Sims wore gowns with floral prints patterns made of stones. Lupita Nyong’o wore a stunning custom Atelier Versace gown of chainmail that featured a bejeweled sash, and Gal Gadot’s 20’s style Givenchy gown was made of stones and fringe.
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Blush gowns were everywhere on the red carpet this year. Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein by Appointment and Danai Gurira in Gabriela Hearst both wore simple blush gowns that let the beautiful color and simple silhouette speak for themselves, while Abbie Cornish wore an Elie Saab gown that stood out with a plunging neckline and spectacular sleeves. Gina Rodriquez’s Zuhair Murad Couture gown featured a lovely train over the skirt, and Mira Sorvino’s Romona Keveza gown featured simple flowers that bloomed all over the dress.
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The plunging neckline was revealed to be popular with stars and celebrities this award season. Betty Gabriel’s Tony Ward gown had the most extreme neckline of the evening, while Greta Gerwig’s Rodarte gown went a little lighter on the plunge. Both Kelly Marie Tran’s Jenny Packham gown and Mirai Nagasu’s Tadashi Shoji gown were a beautiful light blue, and Leslie Bibb’s J. Mendel dress was a simple black chiffon over a beige layer.
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It’s no surprise that red was big on the red carpet this year, as 2018 has been bursting with garments of fiery red. Allison Janney won big last night, snagging Best Supporting Actress for her role in “I, Tanya,” and her Reem Acra gown was another win, featuring statement sleeves and a plunging neckline. Maryl Streep wore a simple Christian Dior Haute Couture gown belted at the waist, while Sofia Carson wore an elegant Giambattista Valli Resort gown that featured a beautiful cape. Leslie Mann wore a beautiful gown from Zac Posen Resort, and Christine Lahti’s Romona Keveza gown was a classic, with a leg slit and long train.
Don’t worry, we didn’t forget the men on the red carpet! Velvet blazers were featured on the red carpet quite a bit, with Hollywood’s biggest upcoming celebrities sporting this trend. Ansel Elgort wore a stunning emerald blazer, and Daniel Kaluuya of “Black Panther” and “Get Out” wore a beautiful gamboge blazer. Mahershla Ali wore a classic black blazer in velvet, while Armie Hammer went all in with a red velvet suit.
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What was your favorite look on the red carpet this year? I’m in love with Allison Janney’s gown, but I’m all about Daniel Kaluuya’s gamboge blazer.