The 2018 Oscar winners have been announced! This is the place to be to see who won big at the 90th Academy Awards including who took home Best Picture, Best Actor and Best Actress honors at Oscars 2018! The Shape of Water, Frances McDormand, Gary Oldman, Allison Janney and Sam Rockwell all had a memorable night. In this article we are giving list of The Best-Dressed Celebrities at The Oscars.
Paris Fashion Week may still be in full swing, but all eyes in the fashion industry were on the Dolby Theater for the 90th Academy Awards and its famed red carpet. Even in the throes of the MeToo and Time’s Up movements in Hollywood and beyond, attendees piled on the pomp and pageantry, showcasing the toniest ensembles to millions of viewers.
In essence, the Oscars is a bash that commemorates the best motion pictures of the year, but it is also a chance for those at home to celebrate fashion (something the Paris runways relegates to select purveyors). So, it was nice to see the glitz return after the solemnity of the Golden Globes, where everyone wore black. Instead, celebrities vocalized the need for change—notably, best actress winner Frances McDormand, who rousingly asked all the women nominees to stand, and for Hollywood to take notice that they were ready to tell their stories.
The Oscars 2018 showed that an elegant suit or pretty dress doesn’t take away from the seriousness of the aforementioned issues. Yes, it is a great platform to take a stance and have people listen, but it is, after all, Hollywood’s biggest night, and watchers expect to be entertained and escape for a few hours. Duly, the event walked the line of gravitas and glamour nicely.
Check out the best-dressed celebrities at the Oscar 2018.
Nicole Kidman is a red carpet queen, a perennial on best-dressed lists—especially for the Oscars. This is year was no different. Her cobalt blue Armani Privé dress was tailored to perfection. The length; the height of the front slit; the iridescence of the satin and even the large bow on the waist all blended together seamlessly, accentuating her statuesque figure. It was simple and dramatic at the same time: a true standout. The “Big Little Lies” star accessorized it with Christian Louboutin shoes, Fred Leighton earrings and an Omega watch.
Timothée Chalamet is having a banner moment, appearing in Lady Bird and Call Me By Your Name, two films nominated for best picture—the latter of which put him in contention for the best actor prize at the tender age of 22. So, instead of looking like a fuddy-duddy, he dressed his age, imbuing an über cool energy in an all-white Berluti tux.
As Viola Davis walked down the golden-hued Oscar stage to present the award for best supporting actor, her hot-pink Michael Kors gown burned even brighter than it did on the red carpet. The look definitely had a disco vibe to it, which was highlighted by a matching Roger Vivier clutch, large diamond hoops by Norman Silverman and Diana Ross-esque hairdo.
Dressed in a spiffy bronze blazer by Brunello Cucinelli and sleek Tod’s shoes, Daniel Kaluuya looked every bit the golden boy when he attended his first Academy Awards telecast as a best actor nominee for his star-making role in Get Out.
Zendaya is a fashion darling. Tall and slender with a glowing mocha complexion, the star of The Greatest Showman is a virtual mannequin for designer clothes. She put that distinction on full display when she stepped on the red carpet in a chocolate brown Grecian-style dress by Giambattista Valli, Bulgari jewelry, Brian Atwood heels and Roger Vivier clutch.
Black Panther is no mere action film. It is a cultural phenomenon that put Africa’s rich imagery, colors and patterns to the forefront. Its star, Chadwick Boseman, played up the hype when he wore an embroidered ensemble by Givenchy Haute Couture and David Yurman jewelry.
Having been in the film industry for over six decades, Jane Fonda has attended her fair share of Oscar presentations. Through it all, she has embodied the essence of an A-list star, dressing in the most exquisite fashions of the times. Her sexy bold-shouldered white Balmain gown, accessorized with Chopard jewelry and Salvatore Ferragamo shoes, spoke to this credo.
Host Jimmy Kimmel called him the “the kid from Comedy Central” in his opening monologue, but by night’s end; Jordan Peele walked away an Oscar winner for his thrilling and humorous screenplay for Get Out. And he looked the part in a white Calvin Klein suit and Montblanc watch.
Also in Calvin Klein was best actress nominee Saoirse Ronan. The Lady Bird star was dressed in a powder pink silk faille strapless dress that featured an oversized bow and train in the back. It was bright and pretty, yet sleek and glamorous.
Like his Call Me By Your Name co-star, Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer thought outside the box with his red velvet Giorgio Armani tux. Even though it was different, there was something Old-Hollywood about it.