While movies are at the core of the annual cinema extravaganza called the Academy Awards, fashion is also an integral part of this event. Many wait for it to see what their favourite celebrities will step out wearing. Like every year, the 89th Academy Awards — aka the Oscars 2017 — also had celebrities walking the red carpet in their finest. Most stuck to safe options in black and white, but a few others did experiment with the colour of the night — gold.
Priyanka Chopra has mastered the art of making impressive entries at international red carpet events. Like 2016, this year, too, the actress opted for an ivory gown. But unlike the flow-y Zuhair Murad number (she wore last year), she settled for a Ralph & Russo structural silhouette this time around. Not everyone loved the look .
The Florence Foster Jenkins actress stunned in a navy blue Elie Saab Couture half gown, paired with pencil pants. The embellished off-shoulder upped the glamour quotient for the outfit.ne Twitter user compared it to a cardboard box), but we thought it was chic.
In a nude beaded Armani Prive gown, Nicole Kidman looked graceful and elegant. Her choice also showed off to perfection, her sculpted shoulders.
While Naomie Harris’ glamorous white Calvin Klein dress with an extended cape looked chic, her sandals grabbed more attention. The contrasting yellow asymmetrical stilettos were a great choice for this look.
Emma Stone brought back the ’60s with her gold Givenchy number that was accentuated with a lot of fringe. As the night panned out, her choice of colour proved to be the perfect complement to the Oscar she took home as Best Actress in a Leading Role for La La Land.
Taraji P Henson
Taraji P Henson’s deep blue Alberta Ferretti velvet gown was all about Hollywood glamour. The thigh-high slit complete with an off-shoulder would have been perfect for accepting an Oscar in — alas, she wasn’t nominated for Hidden Figures.
It was Dior Haute Couture that Kirsten Dunst opted for, for Oscar night. The voluminous off-shoulder gown was exquisitely feminine — and perfect.
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