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Dress Brands Spotted At The Oscars 2018

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Oscars 2018 Dress Brands

Dress Brands at Oscars 2018

The audience in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, LA on 4th March 2018 was high on adrenaline. The red carpet fashion included divas and goddesses dressed in gowns, jaw-dropping dresses and jewels, and bold (and hot) colors of today and tomorrow. You can say the Oscars 2018 red carpet showed us how phenomenally pretty the celebrity guests and nominees can look in their gowns – part Cinderella to part Wonder Woman.

Oscars 2018

Okay – should I start dropping the names now? Well. there was Jennifer Lawrence in an embellished Christian Dior, there was Lupita Nyong’o in a gold Versace outfit. The dresses were dramatic but so were the dress brands. From fab frills to statement necklines to haute couture masterpieces, the Oscars 2018 was unique in every way.

Here are the dress brands that rocked the Oscars red carpet (in no particular order) which are food for thought in terms of fashion for Spring-Summer and Fall-Winter 2018.

Eiza Gonzalez, the presenter was a showstopper in her floor-length backless canary yellow Ralph Lauren gown.

Eiza Gonzalez Oscars Dresses

Jennifer Lawrence whose Christian Dior chain mail gown was a hit. It was a mix of classic elegance and modern fabric.

Jennifer Lawrence Dress at Oscars

Emma Stone looked a master of the red-carpet pants in her custom Louis Vuitton burgundy, pink and navy Duchesse satin tuxedo.

Emma Stone Dress at Oscars

Zendaya styled by Law Roach in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture chiffon goddess gown looked ethereal. Her look was further accented with diamond jewels from Bulgari’s heritage collection and Jennifer Behr hairpins.

Zendaya Dress at Oscars

Gal Gadot looked like a gorgeous Wonder Woman in her metallic dress the fringe accents on her skirt gave it a futuristic note. And then there was her Tiffany & Co. necklace which literally stole the show.


Gal Gadot Dress at Oscars

Lupita Nyong’o in custom Atelier Versace looked stunning.

Nicole Kidman in her strapless cobalt blue gown with a bow-front detail by Armani Privé looked no less than a show-stopper.

Sofia Carson in Giambattista Valli looked dazzling.

Sofia Carson Dress at Oscars

Saoirse Ronan looked like a modern-day princess in a bubblegum pink Calvin Klein dress that had a statement bow and train at the back.

Saoirse Ronan Dress at Oscars

Margot Robbie who stood out in her white Chanel Couture gown that had off-shoulder embroidery. It was indeed one of the best all-white looks that evening. And then there was Robbie’s bob hairstyle with a simple S-wave.

Margot Robbie Dress at Oscars

Jennifer Garner in Atelier Versace looked impressive.

Jennifer Garner Dress at Oscars

Emily Blunt in Schiaparelli Haute Couture also grabbed the fashion headlines.

Emily Blunt Dress at Oscars

Allison Janney stood out in her red-carpet red Reem Acra gown which had a plunging neckline and angel sleeves. Commented AJ’s stylist Tara Swennen “We loved the shape and the color of this dress! The bold sleeves are modern and eye-catching, and the classic red is timeless.”

Allison Janney Dress at Oscars

Viola Davis looked hot pink in her shimmering Michael Kors look and Davis’fun curls.

Viola Davis Dress at Oscars

Saint Vincent, the singer, sported a quirky look in her Saint Laurent costume which might go down in history.

Saint Vincent Dress at Oscars

Sandra Bullock looked ravishing in her classic black-and-gold Louis Vuitton gown. The dazzling outfit boasted of more than 100,000 paillettes and hand embroidery that took more than 500 hours to create this masterpiece.

Sandra Bullock Dress at Oscars

Rita Moreno the 86 year old actress wore the same dress she wore to the Oscars of 1962 when she won an award for her role in West Side Story.

Rita Moreno Dress at Oscars

Agnes Varda, the 89-year-old feminist filmmaker as well as style icon looked bright and subtle in her full silk Gucci set.

Agnes Varda Dress at Oscars

I do hope you got floored by the costumes and the premiere dress brands worn by the Hollywood divas at the Oscars this year. Which costume did you like the most? Tell us in the comments box.

Images Source: hawtcelebs, dailymail.co.uk

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