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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Oscars 2015: Red Carpet fashion trends:

Hello everyone! We all have been waiting for this 'Star studded' fashion evening of the year! Like always the 'Oscars 2015' red carpet was dazzling with style and glamor. Here is the list of hits and misses at the Oscars this year. 
Sexy cutouts were replaced with high collars and blacks and whites took hold of the Oscars red carpet Sunday night with help from a smoking Saint Laurent worn by Margot Robbie and a pearled look for fashion It girl Lupita Nyong'o

Lupita Nyong’o re-affirmed her place in the pop culture conversation with a custom gown by Francisco Costa of Calvin Klein that looked like jewelry rather than dress. She was, quite literally, dripping in pearls, looking like an ethereal mermaid who’d risen from the sea.  

Rosamund Pike was looking absolutely stunning in a  a perfectly fitted and wonderfully flattering red, strapless Givenchy gown. Her makeup and hair were perfect and she was completely a hit on the red carpet. Take a look

Anna Kendrick was in a coral silk-and-chiffon gown with a jeweled halter collar by Thakoon.

Jessica Chastain was seen wearing a double-layered dress with bodice of sparkle that was tight at the hip with a high slit. It had the online snark machine decrying the look as a tad too much Jessica Rabbit.

The best dressed was Emma Stone. She was dressed in a drop dead beaded Elie Saab in celery green. The back was low, the side slit high and the lines of embellishment were impeccable.
The men, too, used fashion to set themselves apart. David Oyelowo wore a crimson Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo that uncomfortably called to mind the 1970s and discos. But still, it made a memorable impression of him that was fun and hip — a world away from his work in “Selma.” Common, the cool rapper, wore distinguished white tie from Prada. And Michael Keaton — the Hollywood actor making a comeback in a movie about a comeback — looked rich, successful and dashing in a perfectly tailored Ralph Lauren tuxedo.

Fashion is so integral to the Oscars that the choices don’t just speak to the message the actors want to send. They also speak to the state of the fashion industry itself. Sienna Miller represented a nod of sentimentality and sweetness in a black guipuire lace gown directly from the Oscar de la Renta fall 2015 runway — the first collection by the brand’s new creative director Peter Copping. It quietly symbolized the vitality of the house and its next chapter.

So these were the main highlights of 'Oscars 2015'. Hope you enjoyed it!

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