Updated: February 25, 2019 6:41:46 pm
The much-anticipated and star-studded Oscars night just concluded. The red carpet, much like every year, witnessed a wide array of stars and compelled the fashion police to take notice. While some actors gave us major fashion inspiration, the others left us disappointed. In case you are curious regarding who wore what, here are some of the most interesting looks from the evening.
Lady Gaga channeled old-world charm in this stunning Alexander McQueen gown. But what rounded out the look perfectly was the dazzling neckpiece from Tiffany & Co.
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Sarah Paulson picked a Barbie pink outfit at the red carpet. There’s nothing about this Brandon Maxwell gown we like, not even the in-built pockets.
Jennifer Lopez, quite effortlessly, owned the red carpet in this mirror dress by Tom Ford. The look was accessorised with diamonds and a matching clutch.
Krysten Ritter graced the red carpet and flaunted her baby bump. We quite like her maroon lacy dress from Reem Acra.
Emma Stone wore a shimmery and sculptural sequin dress at the red carpet. We think she could have done better.
Rachel Weisz was spotted at the red carpet in Givenchy Couture. The all-red gown featuring a PVC crop top and red sequins left us rather underwhelmed.
Serena Williams graced the red carpet in a custom gown from Armani Privé. The look was rounded out with hair tied neatly at the back and jewellery from and Forevermark Diamonds.
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Maya Rudolph too was spotted in pink. The floral prints and the matching cape failed to impress.
Glenn Close might not have won the Oscar but she made quite a statement at the red carpet in a gorgeous caped dress. The look was accessorised with diamond earrings.
Emilia Clarke looked lovely in a lavender dress by Balmain. We love the short hairdo that added a chic factor to her look.
Who do you think looked the best?
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