The 2020 Oscars kicked off on Sunday night at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles by bestowing trophies to Hollywood’s elite — but that doesn’t suggest they all received awards when it arrived to red carpet style. Below, our winners checklist of the greatest-dressed stars of the night, from nominees clad in glamorous, Previous Hollywood robes to frothy, around-the-major frocks — and some unconventionally cool capes to boot.
One term: goddess. The double nominee for “Marriage Story” and “Jojo Rabbit” is glowing in a custom champagne Oscar de la Renta masterpiece, with an sudden fishnet bodice and dripping elaborations, that hugs her hourglass figure to perfection (and exhibits off her back again tattoo!).
She’s on cloud nine, and it exhibits! The “Harriet” nominee is the belle of the ball in a brilliant-white Atelier Versace robe and sky-higher platforms that she paired with Piaget jewels — and diamond rings on pretty much every single finger.
The “Bombshell” nominee may have received the cold shoulder tonight (Laura Dern took property the Best Supporting Actress trophy), but we welcome this vintage Chanel — influenced by a glimpse worn by Claudia Schiffer from the spring/summer months 1994 Haute Couture assortment — on to our favorites checklist as a clean substitute to the ubiquitous extended black dresses on the carpet.
It is no secret the night’s particular performer didn’t just come to perform, but to slay in a flashy, custom Ralph Lauren masterpiece with matching hood comprised of 168,000 Swarovski crystals. And the bold red lip? Extraordinary and tasteful.
This picture screams: Hi there, I’m très stylish! The Spanish actress is all smiles in her Chanel Haute Couture that is the epitome of sophistication. It may well be genuine that only Cruz could make a grandma-accepted floral brooch and pearl waist-belt glimpse captivating, and we adore to see it.
Last but not least, a column gown performed correct. The “Judy” star’s Armani Privé selection is the ideal equilibrium of nominal and sparkly, with subtle nonetheless intricate sequins and beading covering every single inch of the completely-fitted material.
A total-length black cape could strike a somber notice on the red carpet, but Portman’s Dior Haute Couture variation, draped around a gold-embroidered robe with wrap-close to rope belt also by the French house, is main — and meaningful. The flooring-length topper lists the past names of feminine administrators snubbed this calendar year by the academy, which includes Greta Gerwig, who directed “Little Women,” and Melina Matsoukas, the mastermind powering “Queen & Trim.” So, for the sake of female ability, we’re here for it!
Guaranteed, it will help that the “Outlander” actress — who also starred in Best Photo nominee “Ford v Ferrari” — is 5’10” and gorgeous, but we nonetheless give her an A for magnificence in a Valentino Haute Couture gown overlaid with a sheer, billowy pussy-bow major. Which is one way to sass up a basic black glimpse.
Bling on extra capes! The “Captain Marvel” foremost girl appears to be like like a sultry-sweet superhero many thanks to the plunging neckline, higher-slit, and serious sparkle on her Celine by Hedi Slimane design and style.