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The best red carpet looks from the Oscars 2019

18.03.2019

It was a host-less Oscars, it was the Oscars celebrating diversity, it was in a way, the Oscars of pink. From the tears of joy to the best red carpet moments, we have gathered up some of the most memorable looks worn by the celebs during the long night that just unfolded in Los Angeles.

Spike Lee’s purple homage to Prince

Winning his first Oscar ever, here for best adapted screenplay for the film ‘’BlacKkKlansman’, Director Spike Lee wore a purple suit, paying homage to his close friend Prince, who died almost three years ago; he sported a custom-made diamond and opal necklace shaped as the symbol of Prince over an Ozwald Boateng purple suit.

 

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Rami Malek’s suit and bow tie

No one could probably anticipate this stellar success for the biopic movie on Freddie Mercury and Queen; Rami Malek, who played Freddie Mercury took best actor and stepped on stage wearing a Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. His words moved the audience and this is what he said:

“I am the son of immigrants from Egypt, a first-generation American. And part of my story is being written right now. And I could not be more grateful to each and every one of you, and everyone who believed in me for this moment. It’s something I will treasure for the rest of my life.”

 

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Lady Gaga in Alexander McQueen

Lady Gaga first big role as actress landed her an Oscar for the original song ‘Shallow’ from the movie A Star is Born. She duetted with Bradley Cooper on stage wearing an Alexander McQueen dress that left her recent La Vie En Rose tattoo on her back on show; the chemistry between Lady Gaga and actor Bradley Cooper had everyone melting.

 

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Regina King’s total white

It was a head-to-toe white look for Regina King, who won best actress in a supporting role for “If Beale Street Could Talk.” She gave that Oscar de la Renta a very good spin on the red carpet.

 

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Emma Stone’s sculpture dress

It was a showstopper look for actress Emma Stone, who was nominated for best actress in a supporting role for ‘’The Favourite’’: her Louis Vuitton dress had that goddess feel, created by an optic construction of rhombi sequins in rust brown, an elegant sculpture that yet had movement aplenty.

 

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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez both in Tom Ford

For the 91st Annual Academy Awards JLo and Alex Rodriguez mastered one of the best couples looks; the actress/singer wrapped her body in a mosaic of silver tiles, perfectly positioned on the dress according to size to flatter her ridiculously stunning body shape. The former baseball player worn a white tuxedo jacket over black pants.

 

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Adam Driver in Dior

Nominated for best actor in a supporting role for Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman’’, Adam Driver stepped on the red carpet with his wife Joanne Tucker. Mr. Driver in a Dior Men suit.

 

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Sarah Paulson’s pink dress

She wasn’t the only actress sporting pink at the 2019 Oscars, as Angela Bassett, Maya Rudolph, Linda Cardellini, Marie Kondo and Gemma Chan’s full gown all showcased different shades of pink on the red carpet. But Paulson’s dress was the one that you couldn’t miss, with its built-in choker and peek-a-boo slits.

 

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Billy Porter in Siriano’s couture

When you come to the Oscars, you must dress up.

And that is exactly what actor/performer Billy Porter did with his velvet tuxedo gown for the Oscars 2019 red carpet. He stated in an interview with Vogue Us that his was an attempt to challenge expectations of masculinity.

 

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