Here are the amazing dresses and tuxedos that made trends at The 87th Annual Academy Awards' red carpet. Which one is the best dress according to you, and how about the worst one? We let you to be a fashion police this time ;)
Stunning Red Ladies
From left, “Gone Girl” Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike, “50 Shades of Grey’s” Dakota Johnson, singer Solange Knowles and model Behati Prinsloo. Rosamond Pike once said that she wanted a fitted dress this time and yes, this Givenchy rosebud killer dress was made for her.
White - Hot Trend
From left, lead actress Oscar winner Julianne Moore, Oscar nominee Reese Witherspoon, Lady Gaga and Lupita Nyong’o wear white as the very popular color for this year. Julianne Moore wore Chanel and made it to the stage for the gold man that night as the best actress in Still Alice. It didn't look clear in this photo, but Lupita Nyong'o wore a Calvin Klein dress made out of 6000 pearl! While Lady Gaga wore Alaia with the gloves that looked like a rubber Gloves. Do you hate the look or love it? :)
Amazing Patterns Look
Naomi Watts, Chloe Moretz, Oscar nominee Laura Dern, Jamie Chung and Oscar nominee Keira Knightley had fun with textures and patterns that night. Naomi always goes for something a little different in red carpets, and this time she wore a crop top to the Oscars in Armani's monochrome dress. Keira Knigthley looked lovely at the red capet again and this time she was super sweet in Valentino dress.
Splashes of Pastels
Oscar nominee Emma Stone, Anna Kendrick and Jennifer Hudson spice up the red carpet with pastels color. Once again Emma slayed the red carpet again. She wore shimmering yellow couture dress by Elie Saab that night.
Girls with Statements
Some stars wear bold dresses but Cate Blanchett, Scarlet Johansson and Margot Robbie wore statement necklaces to Hollywood’s biggest night. Cate wore black Maison Margiela lace dress with an effortless elegance turqoise necklace. Margot looked sexy in black Saint Laurent gown and vintage sparkler. Scarlett wore the green Versace dress, but some people thought that her necklace was too much, it appeared to be strangling her.
Men In Tux!
Last but not least, here are the gentlemen in tuxedos! From left, Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, David Oyelowo, host Neil Patrick Harris and Jared Leto shun traditional black-and-white tuxes for a bit of color on the red carpet. Which one do you like? :)