Newz Feed | The 10 Best Dressed Celebrities at the 2019 Oscars
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-16504,single-format-standard,woocommerce-no-js,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,columns-4,qode-theme-ver-10.1.2,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.1,vc_responsive

The 10 Best Dressed Celebrities at the 2019 Oscars

Hollywood’s most fashionable leading ladies stepped out on the Oscars red carpet in a stunning array of gowns.

Charlize Theron


The actress stepped out in a freshly chopped dark bob and a backless, dusty blue long-sleeved Dior gown. She accessorized the look with BVLGARI’s Serpenti collection, including a white gold double necklace with a matching bracelet, and a diamond necklace of over 75 carats. Bling, bling.

Constance Wu


The Crazy Rich Asians star was a standout in off-the-shoulder custom yellow Atelier Versace gown, complete with Swarovski crystal detail at the bodice, worn with a simple, elegant ponytail.

Gemma Chan


Another Crazy Rich Asians breakout star, Chan is a fashion icon on the rise in a high-neck fuchsia taffeta gown with expanding frills from Valentino’s most recent Couture collection. The pockets are just an added bonus.

Jennifer Lopez


We bow down to this disco ball of a human, in a metallic embroidered mirror mosaic long-sleeved gown by Tom Ford. It’s all glamour for the most glam night of the year.

Kacey Musgraves


Even in a sea of pink on the Oscars red carpet, the country star was a standout in layered tulle Giambattista Valli dress with a crystal belt at the waist. The singer wears all that volume like a couture dream.

Lady Gaga


The A Star is Born nominee channelled Audrey Hepburn in a breath-taking, custom, sculptural black gown by Alexander McQueen. She paired the look with a 128-carat Tiffany diamond necklace and perfectly Gaga elbow-length black leather gloves.

Laura Harrier


Harrier brought the capital F fashion to the red carpet in an ethical and eco-responsible Louis Vuitton creation. The gown was custom made in silk, embroidered with glass beads, Swarovski crystal shards, and sequins

Regina King


King glowed in one of the few white gowns of the evening: an ivory, strapless number with sculptural hand draping and an asymmetrical train, custom made by Oscar de la Renta.

Sarah Paulson


Another gorgeous lady in pink, Paulson is elegant yet statement-making in a Brandon Maxwell gown with short sleeves and cut-outs at the waist, worn with a diamond choker and chic middle-part chignon.

Tessa Thompson


As one of the evening’s presenters, Thompson made all-black a moment in a silk muslin bustier dress with gold beads by Chanel. The dress required 225 hours of work and 51,500 elements but looked utterly effortless.

No Comments

Post A Comment