OSCARS 2018: All The Red Carpet Looks
After the Golden Globes #TimesUp dresscode, there was no dress code for the Oscars and celebrities pulled all the stops and stepped on the carpet to make an impact. We love the dramatic ball gowns and bold colours seen on the carpet. From Whoopi Goldberg to Andra Day, let’s see what the stars wore to the 2018 Oscars hosted by Jimmy Kimmel at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.
The cast of Black Panther stepped on the carpet shining and wearing some of the best looks! First up is Danai who wore a strapless a pale pink Gabriela Heast gown with a train and Messika jewellery. This colour looked gorgeous on Danai’s skin tone.
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Lupita stood out from the crowd in a glittery gold gown by Atelier Versace which featured black studded detailing that ran from her right shoulder down to her hip. Trust Lupita to always shake things up on any carpet. This look was simply a vision!
Jennifer looked beautiful in glittering sweet-heart Dior Pre-fall 2018 silk gown which featured thin straps and pleated skirt. Even though she looks gorgeous in this gown, we think she played it a bit safe.
Wonder Woman star Gal as always looked regal. The star wore a metallic Givenchy Spring 2018 Haute Couture dress with dramatic layers of silver and gunmetal fringe. We love the 1920s feel this gown had.
Nicole also chose to wear blue but in a darker version for the Oscars and we glad she made that choice as she looked absolutely breath-taking in strapless sculptured thigh-high slit gown by Armani Prive. She’s never been one to shy away from drama and colour and once again she nailed it.
Emily opted for a Victorian inspired blue Schiaparelli gown with tulle shoulders, frilly bodice and dramatic train. She always looks amazing on the carpet, can’t remember if she’s ever been on any worst dressed list.
Perfection! Zendaya walked the carpet looking like a Grecian goddess in a one shoulder voluminous sleeve brown chiffon Giambattista Valicouture number. She accessorized with diamond earrings and a statement diamond bracelet.
Mmm… we don’t know how we feel about this look, we have a love and hate relationship about this gown. Salma wore a shimmery pale purple gown with layered ruffles and silver jewelled detail around her décolletage. We think this look would’ve suited a taller frame, it’s a bit heavy for Salma’s small frame.
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