Sunday 17 February 2019

Oscar Nominees' Best Red Carpet Moments

Best Actress (Wild) Reese Witherspoon: She was beautiful in blue at the 2013 Oscars in Louis Vuitton.
She won the Best Actress Oscar in 2006 and Best Dressed for this vintage Dior gown.
Best Actress (The Theory of Everything) Felicity Jones: Nailed it with this Helmut Lang suit combination.
Best Actress (The Theory of Everything) Felicity Jones: We saw a glimpse of what to expect at the Golden Globes, and frankly, we love it.
Best Supporting Actress (Into The Woods) Meryl Streep: She's a vision in white Chris March at the 2010 Oscars.
Meryl wore this to the 2000 Oscars, because nobody tells Meryl what to where.
Best Supporting Actress (The Imitation Game) Keira Knightley: She was sheer elegance in this Chanel haute couture gown in 2012.
Her 2006 Oscars look is iconic.
Best Supporting Actress (Birdman) Emma Stone: Her Thakoon dress at the 2014 Met Gala stood out for all the right reasons.
Emma nailed it at the 2012 Oscars in this Giambattista Valli Haute Couture number.
Best Actress (Still Alice) Julianne Moore: It's so wrong, but so right.
Her 2013 Golden Globes Tom Ford look was Audrey Hepburn meets Working Girl post-millennium and somehow, it worked.
Best Actress (Two Days One Night) Marion Cotillard: She was red carpet perfection in this shimmering Christian Dior gown at the 2010 Met Gala.
When she accepted her 2008 Oscar for La Vie En Rose, she was a hit in this Jean Paul Gaultier number.
Best Supporting Actress (Wild) Laura Dern: Her blush pink Alberta Ferretti gown at the 2014 Oscars was classic elegance.
Best Actress (Gone Girl) Rosamund Pike: Electric yellow with cut-out detail and she still pulls it off.
This Louis Vuitton number polarised critics, but Rosamund plays by her own style rules and we love her for it.
Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette) was a style star at this year's Golden Globes.

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