The gowns, bling and beauty from the Oscars
Published on February 10, 2020 at 10.59
Celebrities outshined each other at the Oscars
Natalie Portman used her Maria Grazia Chiuri’s embroidered cape to showcase the names of female directors snubbed by the Academy stitched into the fabric.
Billie Eilish donned fuzzy, oversize Chanel jackets and pants to go with her bright green and black hair.
Janelle Monae stunned in silver Ralph Lauren with a hood, long sleeves and about 170,000 Swarovski crystals.
Florence Pugh wore a tiered gown in welcome green from Louis Vuitton.
Margot Robbie hit the carpet in Chanel from the brand’s spring 1994 haute couture collection. It was a black fitted bustier gown with detached sleeves that practically touched the ground. A pearl pendant was front and center.
Timothée Chalamet detoured from a slew of classic black tuxedos in a custom Prada navy gabardine jacket with satin racing stripes and matching trousers.
Regina King’s pale pink Versace with just the right amount of silver embellishment was a flawless fit.
Cynthia Erivo shut it down in a white custom Atelier Versace one-shoulder bustier gown.
Sandra Oh’s puffer sleeves might not have gone down well with all, but for us she was a vision in her Elie Saab gown
America Ferrera channeled a bit of Statue of Liberty in an Alberta Ferretti gown
Rebel Wilson looked classic in a Jason Wu gold gown. AP
Scarlett Johansson's Champagne-hued Oscar de la Renta was a strapless wonder with strand details at the top.